suit, he intimated that he had seen a notice of mine datedc
26th December, accompanying an official copy of the judg-
ment,* and that the six weeks' delay for giving security
must be computed from the 26th of December, the date
of the notice, instead of the seventh, the day of the judgment.
Supplying in a note a copy of the judgment, I must add
that Chief Justice Duval would listen neither to demonstra-
tion nor to entreaty, and, as usual, behaved offensively. I
thereupon left him, and, having understood from Judge
Caron that he would take the trouble to see the Chief Justice,
I waited until the ensuing day. Having then called again
on Chief Justice Duval, I was told that, being sick, he could
not be seen.
Then, obtaining a small piece of paper, I wrote at his
table below stairs, and sent to him by his servant, the
" Being unable to see you, I take the liberty to submit:
" The period fixed by your judgment and by law, was six
" weeks, ending on 18th inst.
* COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.
THE 7TH DECEMBER, 1871.
The Five Judges.
B. C. A. GUGY,
WILLIAM BROWN AND GEORGt HARTE,
Judicial Adviser to said William Brown,
The Court, on motion of J. B. Parkin, Esquire, on behalf of the said
Respondents in this'cause, by and with the consent of the ,said Appellant,
doth permit the said Respondents to appeal to Hler Majesty in her Privy
Conncil, in that part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,
called England, from the final judgment of the Court here rendered in
this cause, this day, upon the said Respondents giving the security required
by law within tix weeksfrom this date.