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ACTION AGAINST A RAILWAY COMPANY.

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ACTION AGAINST A RAILWAY COMPANY. In the Court of Exchequer yesterday, before the Chief Baron and a special jury, an action for damages was brought against the Great Western Railway Com- pany; by a person of the name of Brown, who sustained injuries in the same accident, which resulted so seriously to Mr. Biller, who recovered £3,000 from the same company. In the present case the plaintiff whe is an accountant in the city of London brought his action for injuries sustained on the 7th of December last, whilst travelling in a first class carriage, by a collision which occurred near Bishops Road Station at the spot where the Great Western line crosses the Metropolitan line. Mr. Brown, however, unlike Biller, was able to attend and give evi- dence for himself in court, and from his testimony it appeared that he had suffered mueh by shaking through the collision, besides amongst his peeniiiary losses he was deficient of LE200, as well as being unable to attend to his business. The jury gave plaintiff a ver- dict for £360. Mr. Digby Seymour, Q.C., and Mr. Benjamin were counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr. Huddleston, Q.C., and Mr. J. 0. Griffiths for defendants.

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