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The Lord Chief Justice, in writing to the Lord Chancellor in the names of all the judges, protested most strongly against the proposal now before Parliament to bring election petitions before the Court of Queen's Bench and the superior courts. At present the Judges have very little to do with political matters, and the less they have to do the better, Sir Alexander Cockburn thinks. Let them be mixed up in a few election disputes, and their decisions will soon cease to be respected. They did not bargain for this when they were made judges. Besides, It cannot be done; they have toa much werk already. There are many barristers who, if not briefless, have at least abuadant leisure and learning. Why not give it to them ?

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