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Name Index to a Devonshire case reported in

Reports of Cases Heard and Decided in the House of Lords on Appeals and Writs of Error, During the Sessions 1834-6. Vol. III,

Champernowne versus Brooke, pp. 4-25

by

C Clark & W Finnelly

London: W T Clarke (1838) 763. pp.

Transcribed by Michael Steer

The case heard before the House of Lords in July 1834 and again in March 1835, related to property transactions in the "Borough, Manor and Lordship of Honiton". These complex transactions affected a relatively large number of persons and included impressively large sums of money, resulting in protracted litigation. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the Bodleian Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Those on which copyright has expired are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

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Atkins 16, 23
Barber 16
Beague, John 8
Bere, Richard 8
Blake, Malachi 8
Blount 16, 18, 21, 23
Brackenbury 14
Brooke, Elijah 4-7, 9
Brooksbank, Henry 5, 7-8
Brougham, Lord 16-8, 21, 23
Champernowne, Arthur 4-10
Creuze 15, 20
Greenwood, Charles 5, 8
Davy 16
Dickenson, John 8
Drewe, J R 5, 7-8
Dunsford, Henry 8
Esdaile 17
Follett, Sir W 14, 22
Hammersley & Co 4-9
Hammersley, Hugh 5
Hardwicke, Lord 23
Hawkins, Sir Christopher 5
Jones 17=8
Loughborough, Lord Chancellor 15
Lowth 15, 20
Lyndhurst, Lord 12, 15, 17-8, 21, 25
Mudd 17-8
Nowell, Richard 4-8
Pearse, John Buller 4-7, 9
Pemberton, Mr 18
Scott, Charles 4-5, 19
Smith, Richard 4-7
Spedding, Mr 8-9
Stephenson 17
Tillard, William Peard 8
Townsend, James 4-7, 9