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LADY'S WIG AID GOwN. I A lady dressed in a wig and gown on Tuesday appeared before Mr. Justice Neville in the Chancery Division to ma.k e an application. Sho said her name was Lady Eliza Rose, and that she desired to make an application in her, own P-ause." but his Lordship refused to hear her or allow her to remain in court in that costume." She had only time to state her name, when Mr. Justice Neville said, Are you a member of the bar ? Lady Rose: I am a member in my own cause. His Lordship: The garb you are wear- ing is reserved for members of the Bar. I can't have you ma.^querading in that costume. lady Rose; As. a barrister, I am en ti tled- His Lordship: Not in this court. You are not a member of the Bar of England. Lady Rose: I was given permission by Mr. Justice Joyce to go to any court I pleased. His Lordship: You have come to this court, with the resuilt that I direct you to leave, and I refuse to allow you to remain in that costume. The lady th-n left the court, murmuring that she would go before the Lord Chief Justice. c It was understood that she went to the Timer Temple to try to obtain permission b wear the wig and gown.

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