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V. KltTIIYll TYDVIL. AM> T.-SKCON, I February In our last number we gave a report of tha judgment in the queslio vexala of the LSrnintrce Church Wale, as delivered in the Coiti-t of Exchequer by the Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, at the head of all the Judges of that Court and the Barons of the Exchequer. I'lie iii(igiii,-iit tlier(,ft)re liiid all the so!etiiiiitv a.-i well as all the authority which could be imparted to it by the presence and concurrence of the most venerable and distinguished Judges of the 1-1-1(1 -1 and this unwonted array was rendered necessary, inasmuch as the proceedings had arrived at the stage, and came before the Court in the shape of a writ of error from a judgment if the Court of Queen's Bench, where the validity of the rate as laid by the Churchwardens was substantially affirmed, inasmuch as that Court declined to entertain the application for a prohibition to issue restraining the interference of the Ecclesiastical Courts where suit had been instituted to compel payment of the rate so made. liy and in the name of the Court of Appeal, so constituted as above, Sir NICHOLAS TINDAL, I the Lord Chief Justice, after a patient investi- gation into the merits of the case, reversed the I judgment of the Queen's Bench, and found the rate illegal. For the clear perception of the reasons which led to this decision, by which, as it would seem, the validity of a Church Rate, unless proposed I

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