2 edition of Miners" Federation of Great Britain in the Supreme Court of Judicature found in the catalog.
Miners" Federation of Great Britain in the Supreme Court of Judicature
Denaby and Cadeby Main Collieries Limited.
|Statement||transcript from the shorthand notes of William Rogers.|
|Contributions||Rogers, William., Great Britain. Court of Appeal., Yorkshire Miners" Association., Miners" Federation of Great Britain.|
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Miners' federation of Great Britain: in the Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Royal Courts of Justice, Tuesday, 11th April,before the Master of the Rolls, Lord Justice Mathew, and Lord Justice Cozens Hardy: Denaby and Cadeby Main Collieries Limited v.
the Yorkshire Miners' Association, and George Cragg and ten others. Miners' federation of Great Britain: in the Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Royal Court of Justice, Friday, 19th May,before the master of the rolls, Lord Justice Mathew, and Lord Justice Cozens Hardy: Denaby and Cadeby Main Collieries Limited v.
the Yorkshire Miners' Association, George Cragg and ten others: (application of defendants Wadsworth, Parrot, Frith, and Hall, for.
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The Judicature Acts, and Containing the Statutes, Rules of Court and Orders in Council, with NotesAuthor: Great Britain, William Decimus Inglett Foulkes, John Mounteney Lely. The Supreme Court of Judicature acts, and Schedule of rules and forms, and other rules and orders.
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The company also built the local shools, Parish Church, shops, a public house called the Denaby Main Hotel (but known as The Drum) and all were controlled by the company.
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