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DEATH OF DTrf, JUSTICE CAVE. ♦ ^SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] ot. James' Gazette regrets to announce ,at Mr. Justice Cave died this (Tuesday) morning, at two o'clock, at the Manor House, Woodmansterne, near Banstead. His lordship was seized with paralysis last Thursday, and never recovered. SKETCH OF HIS CAREER. The Hon. Sir William Lewis Cave (says Men and Women of the Time) was born July 3rd, 1832, at Desborough, in Northamptonshire, where his father owned a small estate, and was educated at Rugby under Dr. Tait. In 1851 he was elected to an exhibition at Lincoln College, Oxford, and took his B.A. degree in 1855, having been placed in the second-class classics in the final examination. In 1856 he was admitted as a student at the Inner Temple, and in June, 1859, was called to the Bar. In the following year he joined the Midland Circuit, and subsequently left it to join the new North-Eastern Circuit. Mr. Cave was ap- pointed a revising barrister in 1865, and held the office until he obtained the silk gown in 1875. In 1873 he was appointed Recorder of Lincoln. Mr. Cave was elected a Bencher of his Inn in 1877, and in the same year was made a Commissioner of Assize for the Autumn Circuit. In 1880 he was appointed a Commissioner to inquire into the Parlia- mentary elections at Oxford. In March, 1881, Mr. Cave was appointed one of the Justices of the High Court, and in April received the honour of knighthood, together with Mr. Justice Mathew. In December, 1883, Mr. Justice Cave was appointed Judge in Bank- ruptcy, in which position he had to administer the new Bankruptcy Act, which came into operation on January 1st, 1884. Mr. Justice Cave has edited several law books. From 1861 to 1865, in conjunction with the Hon. E. Chandos Leigh, Q.C., he edited the Reports of the Court for the Con- sideration of Crown Cases Reserved.' In 1861 Mr. Cave, in conjunction with Mr. Bell, edited the seventh edition of 'Stone's Practice of Petty Sessions.' In 1869 he edited the sixth edition, and in 1875 the seventh edition of Addison's Treatise of the Law of Contracts,' and in 1879 he edited the 5th edition of the same author's 'Law of Torts.'

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