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1816, Strange's Notes of Cases, 1798-1816
Notes of cases in the Court of the Recorder and in the Supreme Court of Judicature at Madras; Commencing in the year 1798, and ending in the year
1816; To which are added copies of the statutes, charter, and of the rules of the Supreme Court; by Sir Thomas Strange, Vol. 1–3, Madras, pr. at the
Asylum Press, 1816. (Vol. 3 is termed a Supplement and contains the extra matter mentioned in the title. The reporter's name is derived from internal
matter. The Recorder's Court was established by royal charter dated 1 Feb. 1898. Prior to 1798 the only Madras court with civil jurisdiction over
Europeans was a Mayor's Court, consisting of the Mayor and nine aldermen. Criminal matters were adjudged by the Governor in Council. Strange held the office
of Recorder until 1801, when he was appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, newly established in that year.)
Title:   Notes of cases in the Court of the Recorder and in the Supreme Court of Judicature at Madras ; commencing in the year 1798, and ending in the year 1816 : to which are added, copies of the statutes, charter, and of the rules of the Supreme Court.
OCLC Number:   138040669
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