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etc., in which they have a common jurisdic-
tion.— Thirteenth Edition. By SAMUEL PRENTICE, Esq.,
one of Her Majesty's Counsel. 2 vols. Demy 8vo. 1879. 3?. 3s.
Archibald's Country Solicitor's Practice; a
Handbook of the Practice in the Queen's
Bench Division of the High Court of Justice;
with Statutes and Forms. By W. F. A. ARCHIBALD, Esq.,
Barriater-at-Law, Author of " Forms of Summonses and Orders,
with Notes for use at Judges' Chambers." Royall2mo. 1881. 1/. 5s.
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Ball's Short Digest of the Common Law; being

the Principles of Torts and Contracts. Chiefly founded upon the
works of Addison, with Illustrative Cases, for the use of Students.
By W. EDMUND BALL, LL.B., late " Holt Scholar " of Gray's
Inn, Barrister-at-Law and Midland Circuit. Demy 8vo. 1880. 16s.
" The principles of the law arc very clearly and concisely stated. ' — Laie JourtMl.

Bullen and Leake.— Firfc "Pleading."

Chitty.— FiWe "Forms." Foulkes.— Fw/e "Action."

Prentice. — Vide "Action."

Shirley. — Vide "Leading Cases."

Smith's Manual of Common Law.— For Practitioners

and Students. Comprising the fimdamental principles and the points

most usually occurring in daily life and practice. By JOSIAH W.

SMITH, B.C.L., Q.C. Ninth Edition. 12mo. 1880. 14s.

COMMONS AND INCLOSURES.— Chambers' Digest of the

Law relating to Commons and Open Spaces,

including PuIjHc Parks and Recreation Grounds, with various official
documents ; precedents of by-laws and regulations. The Statutes in
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tors of Companies, under the Companies' Acts, 1862 to 1880.
Thii-d Edition. With an Appendix on the Conversion of Business
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Company, and the benefit of so doing. "With Notes ou " Single
Ship Companies." Third Editiou. By F. B. PALMER, Esq., Bar-
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Thring. — Vide "Joint Stocks."

CONTINGENT REMAINDERS.— An Epitome of Fearne on
Contingent Remainders and Executory De-
vises. Intended for the Use of Students. By W. M. C. Post
8vo. 1878. 63. 6d.

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CONTRACTS. — Addison on Contracts.— Being a Treatise on

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on the Law of Negligence," &c.,&c. [Rmdij in December.)

Pry. — Vide "Specific Performance."

Leake on Contracts. — An Elementary Digest of the Law
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Contracts"). By STEPHEN JLVRTIN LEAKE, Barrister-at-
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Smith's Law of Contracts. — Seventh Edition. By
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CONVEYANCING.— Dart. — Vide " Vendors and Purchasers."

Dawson's Synopsis of the Conveyancing and

Law of Property Act, 1881; ^v-ith Index and Forms.

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Harris and Clarkson's Conveyancing and Law
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CLARKSON, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barristers-at-Law,and Fellows
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Humphry's Common Precedents in Convey-
ancing. Together with the Conveyancing Acts, 1881-82, and
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Edition. By HUGH M. HUMPHRY, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn,
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Palmer's Company Precedents. — For use in relation
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Arranged as follows : — Agreements, Memoranda and Articles of
Association, Prospectus, Resolutions, Notices, Certificates, Deben-
tures, Petitions, Order.s, Reconstruction, Amalgam.ation, Arrange-
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CONVICTIONS.— Ppley's Law and Practice of Sum-
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preliminary and subsequent to Convictions, and the responHlLility
of convicting Magistrates and their Officers, witli Fonus. Hixth
Edition. " By W. H. MACNAMAKA, Esq., liarrister-at-Law.
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Templer. — Vide " Summary Convictions."

Wigram. — Vkle "Justice of the Peace."

CORONERS.— J ervis on the Office and Duties of
Coroners. — With Forms and Precedents. Fourth Edition. By
E.E.MELSHEIMER,Esq.,Barrister-at-Law. PostSvo. 1880. I2s.

COSTS.— Morgan and Wurtzburg's Treatise on the
La>Ar of Costs in the Chancery Division of the
High Court of Justice.— Being the Second Edition of
Morgan and Davey's Costs in Chancery., With an Appendix,
containing Forms and Precedents of Bills of Costs. By the
Right Hon. GEORGE OSBORNE MORGAN, one of Her
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E. A. WURTZBURG, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
DemySvo. 1882. 30«.

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Scott's Costs in the High Court of Justice
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Taxation. By Wm. FRANK SUMMERHAYS, Solicitor, and
THORNTON TOOGOOD. Fourth Edition. (In prqxiratwn.)

Webster's Parliamentary Costs. - Private BUk,

Election Petitions, Appeals, House of Lords. By LDWAKU
WEBSTER Esq., of the Taxing and Examiners Office, fourth
Edition. By C. CAVANAGH, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Auth.*
of " The Law of Money Securities." PostSvo. 1881. 205.

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COUNTY COURTS.— Pitt-Lewis' County Court Prac-
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with Additional Forms and a Full Index. Second Edition, con-
taining the County Courts (Costs and Salaries) Act, 1S82, and the
Important Legislation (as to Married Women's Property, Bills of
Sale, Inferior Courts Judguicnts, &c. &c.) of the Session, 1882.
By G. PITT-LEWIS, of the Middle Temple and Western Circuit,
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Four Inns of Court, assisted by H. A. De Colyar, of the Middle
Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. In 2 vols. DemySvo. (I n the press.)
"The late Lord Chief Justice of England in his written judgment in
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and counter-claim is correctly stated by Mr. Pitt-Lewis, in his very
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Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence in
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" L<jading Cases made Easy," assisted by C. M. ATKINSON, M.A.,

E.C.L., Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1880, 7s. 6d.

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DIARY Lawyer's Companion (The), Diary, and Law-
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