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VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, JUNE 30. Mr B. Montagu took his seat within the bar upon his appointment as King's Counsel. IN RE ANN Fox.—Mr Kindersley and Mr Duck- worth supported this petition, praying for the discbarge [ of an order which had been obtained on the ex parte I application of a person named Marston, for a writ de ventre tnspllendQ affecting the present petitioner. There being an objection to the production of an affidavit in consequence of its only having been filed at a late hour yesterday. Mr Knight consented to let the matter stand over till Saturday, to enable the party to answer the ffida- vit, but proposed, in the meantime, that the petitioner, who was the widow of a currier in Staffordshire, should consent to an investigation by tworespectable matrons, and a medical gentleman. It really appeared foolish to tal lv of nervousness and fright as an objection, for ^ie lady was constantly in the habit of attending meetings of a re:igious description, as late as 9 o'clock at night. It was not intended to adopt the severer mode of our ancestors, of confining the lady in a castle, nor did his client desire to exercise the slightest degree of harsh- ness, but if the present proposal was not accepted, it would be his duty to insist on his right at common law. Mr Kindersley, on the part of the petitioner, said the proposition might be considered as acceded to, if he should not be instructed to mention the subject again.

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