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But, it appeared, his hon. and learned
friend doubted whether there really was an
increase in the quantity of business in
Chancery – and he owned he was very much
surprised at that doubt, for from the
information sustained given in the Report – especially
as to the great increase of motions
he should have thought it impossible to
deny deny that the business has been
very considerably increased. Thus as to the
arrear of causes in Chancery, altho although
that had not been noticed in the
Report, it has been uniformly conceded,
as he understood, that there was in
reality an a long arrear. Indeed it has
been stated by his hon. and learned friend
himself or at least by the hon. Gent
who moved for the committee that
as the strongest ground for that motion
that the business presumed arrear of causes in
the Court of Chancery had so much
increased that if a cause were now
set down there was no prospect of its
being heard and a final decree obtained till after
the lapse of several years.

In a Yet As to the state of the Jus
business done now compared with what had


Identifier: | JB/149/222/001
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149

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constitutional code

Folio number

222

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Image

001

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Category

copy/fair copy sheet

Number of Pages

4

Recto/Verso

recto

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c5 / / /

Penner

Watermarks

[[watermarks::[fleur de lys motif]]]

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Paper Producer

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ID Number

50076

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