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of the present state of the law." — The Spectator.

EASEMENTS.— Goddard's Treatise on the Law of

Easements.— By JOHN LEYBOURN GODDARD, Escj,,

Barrister-at-Law. Second Edition. Demy 8vo. 1877. 16«.

"The book is invaluable: where the cases are silcut the author has taken pains to

ascertain what the law would be if brought into question."— Z,aic Journal.

"Nowhere has tho subjt-ct been treated so exhaustively, anJ, we may add. so scientifi-
cally, as by Mr. Goddard. We recommend it to tho most careful study of the law student,
as well as to the library of tlie practitioner."— Z,at« Tvii-es.

ECCLESIASTICAL LAW.— Dodd's Burial and other-
Church Fees and the Burial Act, 1880 :— With
Notes. By J. THEODORE DODD, M.A., Banister-at-Law, of
Lincoln's Inn. Royal 12mo. 1881. 48.

Phillimore's (Sir R.) Ecclesiastical Law. — The
Ecclesiastical Law of the Church of England. With Supplement,
containing the Statutes and Decisions to end of 1875. By Sib
ROBERT PHILLIMORE, D.C.L., Official Principal of tlie Arches
Court of Canterbury ; Member of Her Majesty's Most Honourable
Privy Council. 2 vols. 8vo. 1873-76. 3^. 7». 6d.

*^* The Supplement may be had separately, price 4s. 6d., sewed.
ELECTIONS— Browne (G. Lathom.)— Fide "Registration."
FitzGerald.— Ficfe "EaUot."

Rogers on Elections, Registration, and Election
Agency. — Thirteenth Edition, including Petitiox.s and Muni-
cipal Elections and Registration. With an Appendix of Statutes
and Forms. By JOHN CORRIE CARTER, of the Inner Temple,
Esq., and Midland Circuit, Barrister-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 1880.

1^. 12s.
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" A book of long standing and for information on the common law of elections, of
which it contains a mine of extracts from and references to tho older authorities,
will always be resorted to." — Late Journal

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT.— Macdone 11.— TiV/c "Master and

Servant."
Smith. — Vide " Negligence."
ENGLAND, LAWS OF,— Bowyer.— Ftrfc "Constitutional Law."
Broom and Hadley. — Fide " Commentaries."
Chitty's Equity Index.— Fic/c "Digests."

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EQUITY, and Vide CHANCERY-

Seton's Forms ot Decrees, Judgments, and
Orders in the High Court of Justice andCourts
of Appeal, having especial reference to the Chancery Division,
with Practical Notes. Fourth Edition. By R. H. LEACH, Esq.,
Senior Registrar of the Chancery Division ; F. G. A. WILLIAMS,
of the Inner Temple, Esq. ; and the late H. W. MAY, Esq. ; suc-
ceeded by JAMES EASTWICK, of Lincohi's Inn, Esq., Barristers-
at-Law. 2 vols, in 3 parts. Royal 8vo. 1877 — 79. il. 10s.

*^* Vol. II., Parts 1 and 2, sepai-ately, price each 1^. 10s.
"The Editors of this new edition of Seton deserve mvich praise for what is .almost if
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There can be no douljt that in a book of practice like Seton, it is much more imporfcmt
to be able to see at once what the law is tlian to know how it has become what it is ;
and the Editors have evidently taken great pains to carry out this principle in pre-
senting the law on each division of their labours to their readers." — The Times.

" Of all the editions of ' Seton ' this is tlie best. . . . Wo can h.ardly speak too
liighly of the industry and intelligence wliich have been bestowed on the preparation
of the notes." — Solicitors' Journal.

" Now the book is before us complete ; and we advisedly say complete, because it
has scarcely ever been our fortune to see a more complete law book than this. Exten-
sive in sphere, an.l exhaustive in treatise, comprehensive in matter, yet apj)osite in
details, it presents all the features of an excellent work . . . The index, extend-
ing over 278 pages, is a model of comprehensiveness and accuracy." — Law Journal.

Smith's Manual of Equity Jurisprudence. —

A IManu.al of Equity Jurisprudence for Practitioners and Stitdents,
founded on the Works of Story, Spence, and other writers, and on
more than a thousand subsequent cases, comprising the Fundamental
Principles and the points of Equity usually occurring in General
Practice. By JOSIAH W. SMITH, B.C.L., Q.C. Thirteenth
Edition. 12mo. 1880. 12s. 6d.

"There is no di.-iguisiug the truth ; the proper mode to use this book is to learn its pages
by heart." — Late Magazine and Review.

" It will be found as useful to the practitioner as to the student." — Solicitors' Journal.

Smith's Practical Exposition of the Principles

of Equity, illu.strated by the Leading Decisions thereon. For

the use of Students and Practitioners. By H. ARTHUR SMITH,

M.A., LL.B., of the Middle TemiDle, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy

8vo. 1882. 20s.

" lu a moderately-sized volume, siich as no lawyer who has his own advantage in

%-iew could object to ' read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest,' Mr. Smith sets forth

succinctly and in due order all the fundamental principles administered by Courts of

Equity, showing huw they have bj' recent cuactmout been engrafted on the Conmion

Law, and carefully abstaining from overlaying his suttjuct-uiattcr with nuiltifarious

details of )iractice which miglit tend to confuse and mystify. . . . Writing as he

does for practising lawyei-s and students, he sees plainly enough that what such

people want to know is, what tilings are, not what they have been, or how they camo

to bo what they are. . . . We must again state our opinion that this is a most

remarkable book, containing in a reasonable space more infonuation, ;uid that

lietter arranged and conveyed, than almost any other law book of recent times which

Las cc.nie under our notice." — Sati'nlai/ Riviiio, .luly S, 1SS2.

EXAMINATION GUIDES.— Bedford's Guide to the Pre-
liminary Examination for Solicitors.— Fourth
Edition. 12mo. 1874. Aet, 3s.

Bedford's Digest of the Preliminary Examina-
tion Questions in Latin Grammar, Arith-
metic, French Grammar, History and Geo-
graphy, with the Answers. Second Edition. DeniySvo. 1882. ISx.

Bedford's Preliminary Guide to Latin Gram-
mar.— 12mo. 1872. Aet,3s.

Bedford's Student's Guide to Smith on Con-
tracts. Demy Svu. 1879. 3s. 6rf.
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EXAMINATION G\J\DES.-Co'Uinued.

Bedford's Final Examination Guide to Bank-
ruptcy.— Fourth Edition. (In prfpfjr'Uuin.)
Bedford's Student's Guide to the Eightli Edition
of Stephen's New Comnnentaries on the Laws
of England.— Second Edition. DemySvo. 1881. 12».
" Here is a book which will be of the gi-outcst ser^nce to students. It roducefl the
' Commentaries ' to the form of question and iinwwcr ... We muHt also give
the author credit, not only for his selection of questlon.s, but for his au.swcrH thereto.
These are models of fulness and concisenesc, and lucky will be the candidate who oan
hand in a paper of answers bearing a close resemblance to those in the work i>efore
us." — Law Journal.

Bedford's Final Examination Digest : containing a

Dige.st of the Final Examination Question.? in matters of Law and
Procedure determined by the Chancery, Queen's Bench, Common
Pleas, and Exchequer Di\dsion3 of the High Court of Justice, and
on the Law of Real and Personal Property and the Practice of
Conveyancing, with the Answers. 8vo. 1879. 16«.

" "Will furnish stud»jnts with a large armoury of weapons with which to meet the
attacks of the examiners of the Incoi-porated Law Society."— Zau? Tinut.

Shearwood's Law Student's Annual.— Containing

the Questions with Answers to the Solicitor's and Bar Examinations

(Michaelmas Term, 1881, to Trinity Term, 1882, inclusive), with

Remarks and Comments. A list of l^ooks suggested for Students,

the Rules for the Solicitors' and Bar Examinations. 1883, and the

Scholarships, etc., at the different Inns of Court, Cases and Statutes,

Extracts from Law Students' Debating Societies, and a subject for

Prize Essays. Edited by JOSEPH A. SHEARWUOD. Esq., Bar-

rister-at Law, Author of "A Concise Abridgment of Real Property,"

and of " Personal Property," etc. Demy 8vo. 1882. 5s.

Shearw^ood's Student's Guide to the Bar, the

Solicitor's Intermediate and Final and the

Universities Law Examinations.— With Suggestions

as to the books usually read, and the passages therein to which

attention should be paid. By JOSEPH A. SHEARWOOD, B.A.,

Esq., Barrister-at-law. 8vo. 1879. 5s. 6d.

•' Anv student of average iniellisence who conacientiously follows the path and obeys the

instructions given him by the author, need not fear to present himself as a candidate

for any of the examiuationa to which this book is iutended as a guide. —Lair JottrnaC.

EXECUTORS.— Macaskie's Treatise on the Law of
Executors and Administrators, and of the Admmi^-
tration of the Estates of Deceased Persons. With an Appendix
of Statutes and Forms. By STUART CUNNINGHAM MA-
CASKIE of Gray's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 8vo. 1881. 10s. 6d.
"An able summary of the law of administration, now forming one of the subjects

set for the general examination for call to the bar." . ^ , . . . , trjn!„^» ■ „^a
"Students may read the book with advantage iW an nitroduction to ' WiUiams and

by practitioners not possessing the larger work it will undoubtedly be found

useful." — Li'.w Journal. , , •„•_

Williams' Law of Executors and Admmis-

trators.-By the Rt. Hon. Sir EDWARD VAUGHAN

WILLIAMS, late one of the Judges of Her Majesty's Court of

Common Pleas. Ei.'bth Edition. By W.ALTER VAUCxIIAN

WILLIAMS and ROLAND VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Esqra.,

Barristers-at-Law. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1879 3/. 16«.

" A treatise which occupies .on unique position and which is recognised by the

Bench and the profession as having paramount authoniy in the domam of law with

which it deals."— iajc Journal.

FACTORY ACTS.— Notcutt's Law relating to Factories

and "WorkshOTDS. Second Edition. 12mo. 1879. 9j.

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FARM, LAW OF.— Addison ; Cooke.— Firfe "Agricultural Law."

Dixon's Law of the Farm.— A Digest of Cases connected

^v^th the Law of the Farm, and including the Agricultural Customa of

England and Wales. Fourth Edition. (Including the "Ground Game

Act, 1880.") By HENRY PERKINS, Esq., Barrister-at-Law and

Midland Circuit. Demy 8vo, 1879. 1?. 6s.

*' It is impofigible not to be struck witli the extraordinary reaearch that must have been

Hsed in the compilation of such a book as this." — Loao Jottmal.

FINAL EXAMINATION DIGEST.-Bedford.— Fide "Examination

Guides."

FOREIGN JUDGMENTS.— Piggott's Foreign Judaments
theireffect in the English Courts. The iEnglish
Doctrine, Defences, Judgments in Rem.
Status.— By F. T. PIGGOTT, M.A., LL.M., of the Middle
Temple, Esq , Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8 vo. 1879. 15s.

" A useful and well-timed volume." — Law Magaznie.

"Mr. Pigi?ott writes under strong conviction, but he la always careftil to rest his
arguments on authority, and thereby adds considerably to the value of his handy volume."
Law Magazine and Review.

Part II. — The Effect of an English Judgment
Abroad. Service on Absent Defendants. Royal

8vo. 1881. 15».

" Mr. Pigg'ott, in liis present volume, brings together a mass of details which it
would be difficult to find elsewhere in our legal literature stated in so concise and
jkccurato a form." — Law Magazine, Jlay, 18S1.

FORMS. — Archibald. — Vide "Judges' Chambers Practice."

Bullen and Leake. — Vide "Pkadinr/."

Chitty's Forms of Practical Proceedings in
the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas and Ex-
chequer Divisions of the High Court of Jus-
tice : with Notes containing the Statutes, Rules and Practice
relating thereto. Eleventh Edition. By THOS. WILLES
CHITTY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1879. 11. 18s.

Daniell's Forms and Precedents of Proceed-
ings in the Chancery Division of the High
Court of Justice and on Appeal therefrom ;
with Dissertations and Notes, forming a complete guide to the
Practice of the Chancery Division of the High Court and of the
Courts of AppeaL Being the Tliird Edition of " Daniell's Chancery
' Forms." By WILLIAM HENRY UPJOHN, Esq., of Gray's
Inn, &c., &c. Demy 8vo. 1879. • '21. 2s.

" 5Ir Upjohn has restored the volume of Chancery Forms to the place It held before
the recent changes, as a trustworthy aud complete collection of precedents." — Solicitors'
Journal.

"So careful 1b the noting up of the authorities, so clearly and concisely are the notes
expressed, that we have found it of as much value as the ordinary text books on the Judi-
cature Acts. It will be as useful a work to practitioners at Westminster as it will be to
those in Lincoln s Inn." — Law Times.

FRENCH COMMERCIAL LAW.-Goirand.-rWc"CommercialLaw.'*

HIGHWAYS.-Baker's Law of Highways in England
and Wales, including Bridges and Locomotives. Comprising
a succinct code of the several provisions under each head, the
statutes at length in an Appendix ; with Notes of Cases, Forms,
and copious Index. By THOMAS BAKER, of the Inner Temple,
Estj., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 1880. 16s.

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HIGH W AYS. -Co««n««i.

"This is distinctly a well-planned book, and oannot fail to be ufieful, not only to
lawyers, but to thoHc who may be locally engaged in the management of highways."—
Jauo Journal.

" The general plan of Mr. Baker's book is goorl. He grnnps together condensed
statements of the effect of the provi.siuns of the dilTcront Highway Attn rclutiiig to
the same nvittev, giving in all cases rcferencos to the sccti(jns, wliich are printed in
full in the appendix, 'i'o each condensed section, or (.froiip of sections, he appends a
note, stating concisely the ettect of the deei«ions."— So/icitwf" Journal.

Chambers' La^A^ relating to Highways and
Bridges, being the Statutes in full and brief Notes of 700
Leading Cases ; together with the Lighting Act, 1833. By GEO.
F. CIIAMBEES, Escp, Barri.ster-at-Law. 1878. Reduced to V2s.

INJUNCTIONS.— Seton.— Fic^" Equity."

INLAND REVENUE CASES Highmore's Summary Pro-
ceedings in Inland RevenueCases in England
and Wales. By NATHANIEL JOSEPH HIGH.MURE, of
the Middle Temple, Esip, Barrister-at-Law, and of the Inland
Revenue Department. Royal l"2uao. 1882. 6s.

" A complete treatise on tirocodiu'o applied to cases tmder the Revenue Act, and !i3

a book of practice it is the bjst we have seen." — T/ie Justice of lUe Peace, Jan. "JS, l^iSi.

INSURANCE.— Arnould on the Law of Marine Insu-
rance.— Fifth Edition. By DAVID MACLACHLAN, Esq.,
' Barrister-at-Lavv. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1877. Zl,

" As a text book, ' Arnould ' is now all the practitioner can want, and we conp-atirfate
the editor upon the skill with which he has incorporated the new decisions." — Lau) Tinxet.

Hopkins' Manual of Marine Insurance.— 3vo.
1867. 18s.

Lowndes on the Law of Marine Insurance. —
A Practical Treatise. By RICHARD LOWNDJtlS. Author of
" The Law of General Average," &c. Demy 8vo. 1881. 10s. 6d.

"It is rarely, indeed, that we have been able to express such unqualified approval
of a new legal work." — Solicitors Journal, February 12th, ISSl.

INTERNATIONAL LAW. — Amos' Lectures on Inter-
national Law. — Delivered in the Middle Temple Hall to the
Students of the Inns of Court, by SHELDON AMOS, M.A., Pro-
fessor of Jurisprudence (including International Law) to the Inns
of Court, &c. Royal 8vo. 1874. 10s. 6d.

Dicey. — Vide "Domicil."

Kent's International Law. — Kent's Commentary on

International Law. Edited by J. T. ABDY, LL.D., Judge of

County Courts. Second Edition. Revised and brought down to

the present time. Crown 8vo. 1878. 10s. 6d.

"Altogether Dr. Abdy has performed his task in a manner worthy of his roputatiou.

His book will be useful not only to Lawyers and Law Students, for whom it was primarily

intended, out also for laymen." — Solicitors' Journal.

Levi's International Comtnercial Law. — Being the
Principles of Mercantile Law of the following and other Countries
— viz. : England, Ireland, Scotland, British India, British Colonies,
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Buenos Ayres, Denmark, France, Germany,
Greece, Hans Towns, Italy, Netherlands. Norway, Portugal, Prussia,
Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, L^nited States, and Wiirtemberg.
By LEONE LEVI, Esq., F.S.A., F.S.S., Barri3ter-.at-Law, &c.
Second Edition. 2 vols. Royal 8vo." 1863. 11.15s.

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INTERNATIONAL LAW.-Coii/mxcd.

Vattel's Law of Nations.— By JOSEPH CHITTY, Esq.

Royal 8vo. 1834. H- Is-

Wheaton's Elements of International Law;

Second English Edition. Edited with Notes and Appendix of

Statutes and Treaties, bringing the work down to the present time.

By A. C. BOYD, Esq., LL.B., J. P., Barrister-at-Law. Author of

" The Merchant Shipping Laws." Demy 8vo. 1880. U. 10«.

" Mr. BoyH, the latest editor, has added many useful notes ; be has inserted in the

Appendix public documeuts of permanent value, aud there 13 the prospect that, as edited

by Mr. Boyd, Mr. Wheaton's voliitne will outer ou a new lease of life." — Tlie Times.

'' Both the' plan aud execution of the work before us deserves commendation. . . .
The text of Wheaton is presented without alteration, and Mr. Dana's numbering of the
sections is preserved. . . . The Index, which could not hare been compiled without
much thought and labour, makes the book handv lor reference."— //OU! Journal.

" Students who require a knowledge of Wheuton's text will find Mr. Uoyd's volume
very conyenient."— Xa«o Magazine.

JOINT OWNERSHIP.-Foster.— nde "Real Estate."
JOINT STOCKS.— Palmer.— Fi<fe "Conveyancing" and "Company
Law."
Thring's (Sir H.) Joint Stock Companies* Law—
The Law and Practice of Joint Stock and other Companies, including
the Companies Acts, 1862 to 1880, witlj Notes. Orders, and Rules in
Chancerj', a Collection of Precedents of IMemoranda and Articles of
Association, and all the other Forms required in Making, Administer-
ing, and Winding-up a Company ; also the Partnership Law Amend-
ment Act, The Life Assurance Companies Acts, and other Acts
relating to Companies. By SiE HENRY THRING, K.C.B., The
Parliamentary Counsel. Fourth Edition. By G. A. R. FITZ-
GERALD, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law, and late Fellow of St.
John's College, O.vford. Demy 8vo. 1880. 1^ 5s.

" This, as the work of the original draughtsman of the Companies' Act of 1862, and
well-known Parliamentary counsfil, Sir Henry Thriug, is naturally the highest authority
on the subject." — TV 7\met.

" One of its most valuable features is its collection of precedents of Memoranda .and
Articles of Association, which has, in this Edition, been largely increassd and im-
proved." — Laic Journal.

Jordan's Joint Stock Companies.— A Handy Book of
Practical Instructions for tho Formation and Management of Joint
Stock Companies. Seventh Edition. 12mo. 1881. Net, 2s. 6d.

JUDGES' CHAMBERS PRACTICE.— Archibald's Forms of
Summonses and Orders, with Notes for use at Judges'
Chambers and in the District Registries. By W. F. A. ARCHI-
BALD, M.A., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Royal 1 2mo.
1879. 12s. 6d.

" The work is done most thoroughly and yet concisely. The practitioner will find
plain direotions how to proceed in all the matters connected with a common law
action interpleader, attachment of debts, mandamtu, injunction— indeed, tlie whole
jurisdiction of the common law divisions, iu the district registries, aud at Judges
■ chambers."— Zaw TVme*. , , ^ ^ . •, , a \, t.\,

"A clear and well-digested vade mecum, which will no doubt be widely used by the
profession.'' — Law Manatine.
JUDGMENTS.— Piggott.-Fi'rfe "Foreign Judgments."

Walker's Practice on Signing Judgment in

the High Court of Justice. With Forms. By H. H.

WALKER, Esq., of the Judgment Department, Exchequer Division.

Crown 8vo. 1879. ■*«. 6d.

"The book undoubtedly meets a want, and furnishes Infortnatiou available for almost

e»ery brnnch of practice." ^ ,„ , , i

"We think that solicitors and their clerks will find it extremely useful. —Laic Journal.

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JUDICATURE ACTS. -Archibald.— ride" CommoirLawr?'
Morgan. — Viik "Chancery."

Wilson's Supreme Court of Judicature Acts

Appellate Jurisdiction Act, 1876, Rules of

Court and Forms. With other Acts, Orders, Rulert and

Regulations relating to the Supreme Court. With Practical NottH.

Third Edition. By M. IJ. CHALMERS, of the Inner Temple.

Assisted by HERBERT LUSH-WILSON, of the Inner Temple,

Barristers-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 1882. (f>p. 850.) 25«.

OPINIONS OP THE PRKSS ON TlIK THIKO EIJITION.

■'Thiscilitiuii maintainsthcixisitiunuf its iircdcccs.sor.s."—Z"t<'Jc(<'<vK7/, July 22,1882.

"Numenms as have been tlie imblicatioii.s daaluig with the practice under the

Judicature Acts, this volume has retained its hold and is the poimlar practice." — Law

Timen, August .'j, 1SS2.

" We have missed no case for which wo have looked, and have found the effect of
the decisions stated with accuracy and terseness. . . . The index sccniR to have
been entirely remodelled, and is very convenient and well arrangLd."— jSo/tc/Zord'
Journal, August 5, 1882.

" Tliis well known book, which has been from the first a general favourite in the
profession, coinos out afresh in this its third edition, tmdcr excellent atispiccs. Mr.
Chalmers, whose valuable work on Hills of Exchange has been noticed by us in these
pages, and .Mr. Lush- Wilson, to whose pen we have ourselves Ixjeii indebted for
contributions, have devoted themselves with zeal to the t.ask set lx:fore them. The
result cannot but enhance the already widely acknowlcdfjed v.alue of Wilson's
'Judicature Acts.' The Tal)le of C:ifios runs, we observe, to over fifty i>ages, and yet,
.Hlthough necessary additions have been made in several imixirtant i>articulars,
the book has skilfully been kept within a most moderate compass, so tliat Wilson's
'Judicature Aits' remains what it ahv.ays was, one of the iu(«t handy ;is well as
one (if tile bust appreciated editions of the Acis."^ Law Maffazi.ie. Au>,'ust, issj.

JURISPRUDENCE.— Pliillimore's (J. G.) Jurisprudence.—
An Inaugural Lecture on Jurisprudence, and a Lecture on Canon
Law, delivered at the Hall of the Inner Temple, Hihtry Term, 1851.
By J. G. PHILLIMORE, Esq., Q.C. 8vo. 1851. Sewed. 3«. 6rf.

JURY LAWS.— Erie's The Jury I^aws and their Amend-
l-nent. By T. W. ERLE, Es([., one of the Ma-sters of the
Supreme Court. Royal Svo. 1882. 5s.

JUSTINIAN, INSTITUTES Of-Cuniin.— Vkle "CivU Law."
Mears. — Vide "Roman Law."'

Ruegg's Student's " Auxilium " to the Institutes

of Justinian. — Being a complete synopsis thereof in the form

of Question and Answer. By ALFRED HENRY RUEGG, of the

Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Post Svo. 1879. 5».

" The student will be greatly assisted in clearing and arranging his knowledge by a

work of this kiud." — Law Journal.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.— Burn's Justice of the Peace
and Parish Officer. — Edited under the Superintendence
of JOHN BLOSSETT MAULE, Esq., Q.C. The Thirtieth Edition.
Five large vols. Svo. 1869. 71. 7s.

Stone's Practice for Justices of the Peace, Justices'
Clerks and Solicitors at Petty and Special Sessions, in .Summary
matters, and Indictable Offences, with a list of Summary Convic-
tions, and matters not Criminal. With Forms. Ninth Edition. By
WALTER HENRY MACNAMARA, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
Editor of "Paley's Summary Convictions," "Steer's Parish Law,"
&c. Demy Svo. 18S2. 25s.

" A very credifc\1)le effort has been made to condense and abridge, which h:is beeu



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