Sir WILLIAM MULOCK.
If an opinion upon that point were at all necessary in order to deal with the present question I would be bound to give that opinion but I do not think it has the slightest bearing upon the subject. Obiter dicta are very unwise utterances. It is never expedient for any one to indulge in them and I think I cannot do better than adhere to that determination.
Subtopic: THOMAS PREST.