Court of Exchequer

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Court of Exchequer

Exchequer Court of Canada

Exchequer, Court of

The Court of Exchequer

Exchequer, Court of

Court of Exchequer

DUCLOS, Arnold Willard (1874 - 1947), Registrar of the Exchequer Court of Canada since 1919; Barrister

ANGERS, Eugène-Réal (1883 - 1956), Judge of the Exchequer Court of Canada, 1932–53

CASSELS, Walter (1845 - 1923), Judge of the Exchequer Court of Canada since 1908

BURBIDGE, George W. (died 1908), Judge of the Exchequer Court of Canada from 1887

Accounts of Dinners Held for the Court of Exchequer at Westminster Hall, March 1573–February 1574

POLLOCK, Charles Edward (1823 - 1897), JP; Baron of the Exchequer, 1873–75; Justice of the High Court of Justice (Exchequer Division), 1875–79; of Queen’s Bench Division, 1879

DUNLOP, John (1837 - 1916), Puisne Judge of Superior Court of Province of Quebec since 1904, and Admiralty Judge Exchequer Court of Canada since 1906

HODGINS, Thomas (1828 - 1910), Judge of the Admiralty Division of the Exchequer Court and Master-in-Ordinary, Supreme Court, Ontario

MORSE, Charles (1860 - 1945), Registrar Exchequer Court of Canada, 1912–32; now practising as Counsel in Dominion Courts

THORSON, Joseph Thorarinn (1889 - 1978), PC Canada, 1941; President of Exchequer Court, Canada, from 1942, retired; Barrister-at-law, Winnipeg

The Supreme and Exchequer Courts of Canada Act, 1900, R.S.N.S., 1900, Chapter 154 (Canada [ca])

SUTHERLAND, Robert Franklin (1859 - 1922), PC; KC 1899; BA; a Puisne Judge of the Exchequer Division of the High Court of Justice for Ontario since 1909

467 By the King. A Proclamation for the removing of the Courts of KingsBench and of the Exchequer, from Westminster to Oxford. [Oxford 1 January 1644]


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The administrative body that collected royal revenue and the court which originally dealt with fiscal matters, but which became an ordinary court of justice, from the mid‐16th century, comparable with that of Chancery. The records are kept at The National Archives in class E; many have been printed. The court was merged with the High Court of Justice in 1880. In Scotland, after the Act of Union 1707, a remodelled Exchequer was responsible for forfeited estates, particularly after the failure of the rebellions of 1715 and 1745. The records are kept at The National Archives of Scotland, which has published extracts and summaries.

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