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As well the costs of defending any decree or sentence appealed from as of prosecuting any appeal, or in any manner intervening in any cause of appeal, and the costs on either side, or of any party, in the court below, and the costs of opposing any matter which shall be referred to the said Judicial Committee, and the costs of all such issues as shall be tried by direction of the said Judicial Committee respecting any such appeal or matter, shall be paid by such party or parties, person or persons, as the said Judicial Committee shall order, and such costs shall be taxed as in and by the M1Judicial Committee Act 1833 is directed respecting the costs of prosecuting any appeal or matter referred by Her Majesty under the authority of the said Act, save the costs arising out of any ecclesiastical [F1or maritime] cause of appeal, which shall be taxed by the registrar hereinafter named, or his assistant registrar.
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