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AR DDAM WAIN, A RAGLUNIAETII.

COURT OF CHANCERY, DEC. 12.

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COURT OF CHANCERY, DEC. 12. SHiP REGISTERS.— WARD V. DANCY. Mr. Agar moved in this cause, which was highly interesting to the commercial worid, for all order or injunction to annul a certain contract, for the transfer or assignment of a ship now freighted in the Port of London, from the Defendant to the Plaintiff, on the ground of defective papers ami vouchers of sale, for want of the necessary endorsement by the vendor on the certificate of assign- ment. Mr. Leach and Mr. White opposed the mo- tion, on lh ground of practice in the Registry Office, under the Act ot King William 11 Land the Acts of the 24th and 34th of the present King, regulating such transfers; by the last of which the old register was lodged in the proper office, with an endorse on taking out a new register, which required no endorse- ment. The Lord Chancellor, with some warmth, observed, that he Ould not sutler such an important point of practice, although merely a point a practice, to remain longer unsettled, as Air. Agar suggested the danger of seizure of the ship to-morrow, for not hav- in j- her papers perfected hy the endorsement, within the tune limited after the assignment, which had here elapsed. Judgment was deferred till to-morrow morn- BANKRUPTCY, EMBEZZLE-

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