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NISI PRIUS BUSINESS. EDMONDS V MORRIS. This was an action in which the plaintiff sought to recover from the defendant n debt amounting to £ 98 odd. A verdict in favour of the plaintiff for the amount was taken by consent. Attorney for the plaintiff, Mr. David for the defence, Mr. T. G. Phillpotts. JOHN GRIFFITHS COLE V JANE WILLIAMS. This cause, which stood fifth in the cause list, was settled out of court, defendant giving plaintiff ( by consent) judgment. Attor- ney for plaintiff, Mr. C. T. Rhys, Cowbridge; for defendant, Mr. Bird, Cardiff. GIBBON V WARUBN. This was an action of debt brought to rceover£156 odd. Mr. Chilton, Q. C., and Mr. A. Jenkin, appeared for the plaintiff; Mr. Grove and Mr. Benson for the defendant. It appeared, from the opening address of the counsel for the plaintiff', that the plaintiff was a mason and builder at Aberavon the defendant was a railway contractor residing at Neath, and, in answer to the plaintiff's claim pleaded (with the exception <'f £ 11 odd) the payment and the general issue. This £ 41 had been panV ,e court. It appeared that the plaintiff had entered into a cro&vV with the defondan t to construct certain bridges and viaducts Sue South Wales Rail- way in the neighbourhood of Aberavon and Taibach The differ- ence between the parties arose from the different admeasurement by the various surveyors employed. The Court now arose.







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