This is the admission marked D referred to in the annexed affidavit of Joseph Atkinson Philipson sworn before me this 5th day of September 1881
A Commissioner &c
This is the certificate marked D referred to in the affidavit of Francis Logan sworn before me this 17th day of January 1882.
A Solicitor &c
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
Forasmuch as upon Examination and Enquiry touching the fitness and capacity of Francis Logan of 1 Bentinck Villas Newcastle-on-Tyne to act as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court, I am satisfied that the said
is duly qualified to act as a Solicitor of the said Court; and be the said
having this day taken and subscribed in open Court the Oath directed to be taken by Solicitors’ by the Statute of the Sixth and Seventh years of the Reign of Queen Victoria, Chapter Seventy-three, I do admit him the said
A SOLICITOR OF THE SUPREME COURT,
and direct his name to be enrolled as a Solicitor of the said Court.
DATED this thirty first day of March one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine.
ENROLLED the same day
[signature] Archibald Murray
G. Jewel [?] MR [?]
This is the admission marked D referred to in the affidavit of Francis Logan sworn before me this 4th day of May 1882
A.R. Fletcher Johnston
A Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand.
EDW. COX & SONS
LAW STATIONERS, PRINTERS & LITHOGRAPHERS,
102, CHANCERY LANE
(ADJOINING LAW INSTITUTION)