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AFFAIRS IN ASHANTEE.

DR. KENEALY, M.P., IN CHANCERY.

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DR. KENEALY, M.P., IN CHANCERY. A motion has come before Vice-Chancellor Hall on behalf of the trustees, treasurers and benchers of Gray's Inn, for the purpose of consolidating two preceding Chancery suits against Dr. Kenealy. Dr. Kenealy, formerly a Queen's counsel, occupies a set of rooms in No. 2, Gray's inn- square, which he holds in trust as the property of the Gray's-inn Society. When Dr. Kenealy was disbenched the Society of Gray's Inn re- quired the learned doctor to give up possession of the set of rooms, and to execute a conveyance of the trust pro- perty to new trustees. This he refused to do, and as the result two suits were commenced against him—one to eject him, and one to compel him to execute the necessary conveyance to new trustees. The passing of the new Judicature Act enables the plaintiffs to proceed under one action, under order 17, section 2.— Mr. Wallingham now moved the Vice Chancellor to sanction the consolidation of the suits.—There was Bo opposition, and the necessary order was made, the Vice-Chancellor remarking that the motion was a very proper one.

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