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ST. ASAPH DIOCESAN RAH^ APPEAL.…

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ST. ASAPH DIOCESAN RAH^ APPEAL. 7 jOtP In the Queen's Bench Division on TueS',aX ult, before Mr Justice Wills and Mr Justice jf.P-! sitting as a divisional court, Mr Ellis Grifl^j Vj, for the appellants, said in the case of the Chapter of St Asaph v. the Assessment Co tP of the Llanfyllin Union, he had to app^ Court to extend the six months during special case from Quarter Sessions must w The case was heard on January 2nd last>. appellants submitted their special case to side on the 26th of March. They made applications to the representative of the dents to send the case back, but it was not r until June 11th. When the documents "f 0^ back, only about half of the case survrv-ecl 1 f nally submitted. The representatives spondents had struck out and added a £ re^rdlf %!he matter, the result being that there were basis upon which the parties were agree geSs^°ue appellants intended to apply to Quarter g tP for Montgomeiyshire on Thursday a.$te Court itself to state a case.—Mr Ju9^°f asfc vL Being so far apart as you are, you tnns Quarter Sessions to settle the matters forYOU. rter Griffith That is why we are going to -yw Sessions next Thursday.—Mr Justice 9gp^. well. We will extend the time for filing tb0 g case to the 1st November. The matter iV,oVcJJ° tioned at the Quarter Sessions held at Ne*v the 2nd inst.

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