Cause number: 1868 M81. Short title: Morris v Ashbee. Documents: Two bills. ...
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Cause number: 1868 M81.
Short title: Morris v Ashbee.
Documents: Two bills.
Plaintiffs: John Stuart Crosbie Morris.
Defendants: William Ashbee and Lewis Simonson.
Amendments: Amended by order 1868. Edward Dutton and Alexander Francis Lamb added as defendants.
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- C - Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
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- C 16 - Court of Chancery: Clerks of Records and Writs Office: Pleadings 1861-1875
- C 16/514 - Chancery pleadings described at item level.
- C 16/514/M81 - Cause number: 1868 M81. Short title: Morris v Ashbee. Documents: Two bills. Plaintiffs: John Stuart Crosbie Morris. Defendants: William...