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All orders and directions in relation to any money paid into the [F1Senior Courts] under this Act, or the securities in or upon which the same may be invested, or the dividends or interest on such money and securities, which under the said Acts the Court of Chancery is empowered to make or give on motion or petition, may be made or given by the Master of the Rolls or any of the Vice-Chancellors while sitting at chambers, upon summons, in like manner as in other cases in which proceedings may be so had before the Master of the Rolls and Vice-Chancellor, subject, nevertheless, to any general rules and orders which may hereafter be made concerning the practice, proceedings, or business of [F2the said Courts].
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