HC Deb 23 March 1891 vol 351 c1756

Return ordered—

"Of the Sittings of the County Courts in England and Wales in the year 1890, in the following form:—

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Circuit and name of Judge. Name of Court. Specific day or days in each month on which Judge or Deputy* sat in Court ring the twelve months ended 31st day of December 1890. Number of plaints returnable at each Court. Number of such plaints struck out in default of appearance of either party, or withdrawn, or not served. Number of such plaints in which the claim was paid into Court prior to hearing. Number of such plaints in which the claims were admitted, or the Defendant did not appear, inclusive of the cases under Section 86 of "The County Courts Act, 1888." Number of such plaints heard and disposed of by the Judge himself at each sitting. Number of which of such plaints the hearing was adjourned by consent. Number of such plaints adjourned for want of time. Number of matters heard by the Judge in Bankruptcy, or under Sections 65, 66, or 69 of "The County Courts Act, 1888," or under Section 17 of "The Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1884." Number of hours the Judge sat on each day.
Month. Day. By Judge. By Deputy Judge.

*Where the Judge sat by Deputy, the fact to be stated, and the name of the Deputy.

Totals of Circuits.

Summary, with totals.

(in continuation of Return presented to the House of Lords 5th August, 1873."—(Mr. Henry H. Fowler.)

House adjourned at a quarter after Twelve o'clock.