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in the work, as well as many to which there are no separate articles corresponding, but as to which something is said under the heads referred to.

In presenting this new edition the Publisher feels called upon to state, that it is an exact reprint of the previous one published by Jr. Charles Knight, at £1 16s., and that the only alteration is in the title and price.

York Street, Sept. 1848.

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Ancient Demesne. [Manor.]

Assignee.

Anglican Church. Established Church Assignment.
of England and Ireland.]

Assignment, Scotch Law.

Annals.

Assize.

Annates.

Assize, Scotland.

Annuity.

Associations. [Societies.]

Annuity, Scotch.

Assurance.

Annus Deliberandi.

Asylum.

Anti-League. [League.)

Atheling, or Ætheling.

Apanage.

Attachment, Foreign.

Apothecaries, Company of.

Attainder.

Apparent Heir.

Attaint. (Jury.]

Apparitor.

Attorney.

Appeal, Criminal Law.

Attorney-General.

Appeal, Civil Law.

Aubaine.

Appeal.

Auction.

Appraisement.

Auctioneer.

Appraisers.

Auditor.

Apprentice.

Augmentation, Court of.

Apprising.. [Adjudication.]

Aulic Council.

Appropriation. [Advowson.)

Auxilia. [Aids.]

Approver.

Average.

Arbitration.

Avocat.

Arbitration, Scotch Law.

Avoirdupois. [Weights and Measures.)

Archbishop. (Bishop.]

Ayuntamiento, Justicia, Concejo, Cabildo,

Archdeacon.

Regimiento.

Arches, Court of.

Archive, or Archives.

BACHELOR.

Areopagus, Council of.

Bailiff.

Aristocracy,

Bailiwick.

Armiger. [Esquire.)

Bailliage.

Armorial Bearings. (Heraldry.]

Balance of Power,

Army.

Balance of Trade.

Armies. [Military Force.]

Ballast.

Arraignment.

Ballot. [Voting.)

Arrest, Personal. [Insolvent.]

Ban.

Arrestment.

Banishment.

Arson. [Malicious Injuries.]

Bank, in Law.

Articles of War. [Mutiny Act.] Bank, Banker, Banking.

Assent, Royal.

Bankrupt.

Assembly, General, of Scotland. (Gene- Banneret.
ral Assembly.]

Banns of Marriage. (Marriage.]

Assembly, National. [States-General.] Bar.

Assembly of Divines. [Westminster As- Barbarian.

sembly.]

Barber-Surgeons.

Assessed Taxes. [Taxes.]

Barkers. (Auction.]

Assessor.

Baron, Barony.

Assiento Treaty.

Baronage.

Assignat.

Baronet.

Assignation. [Assignment.]

Barrister.

Assignee-of a Bankrupt. (Bankrupt.] Barrister in Scotland. [Advocates, Fa-

Assignee-of an insolvent debtor's estate. culty of.]

[Insolvent.)

Barter.

Assignee—of Bill of Lading. (Bill of Bastard.

Lading.]

Bath, Knights of the.

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Bawdy-Houses. [Prostitution.]

Brief (in Law).

Beacon.

Brief, Church

Beadle.

Brief, Papal.

Bed of Justice.

Broker.

Bedchamber, Lords of the.

Brothel. [Prostitution.]

Bede-House.

Budget.

Beggar. [Mendicity.]

Building, Acts for Regulating.

Benfice.

Bulletin.
Beneficiuin.

Bullion.

Benefit of Clergy

Bulls, Papal.

Benevolence.

Burgage Tenure.

Betrothment.

Burgess. [Municipal Corporations; Com-

Bigamy.

mons, House of.]

Bill-Broker. [Broker.]

Burgomaster, Burgermeister.

Bill-Chamber.

Burial. [Interment.)

Bill in Chancery. (Equity.]

Burnel, Acton, Statute of.

Bill in Parliament.

Butter.

Bill of Exchange. [Exchange, Bill of.] By-Law.

Bill of Exchequer. (National Debt.]

Bill of Health. (Quarantine.]

CABAL.

Bill of Lading.

Cabinet.

Bill of Rights.

Cachet, Letters de.

Bill of Sale.

Canon.

Bill of Sight.

Canon Law.

Bill of Store.

Capacity, Legal. [Age; Insanity; Wife.]

Billon.

Capital

Bills of Mortality.

Captain.

Bishop.

Cardinal.

Bishopric.

Carrier.

Black-Mail.

Cash Credit. [Bank, p. 278.]

Black-Rod, Usher of the.

Cathedral.

Blasphemy.

Catholic Church (Roman).

Blockade, Law of.

Caucus.

Board.

Cavalry.

Bona Fides, and Bona Fide.

Cemetery. [Interment.]

Bona Notabilia. [Executor.]

Censor. Census, Roman.)

Book Trade.

Censorship of the Press. [Press.]

Booty... [Admiralty Courts, p. 29.) Census, The, at Rome.

Bordarii.

Census.

Borough-English

Central Criminal Court. (Circuits.]

Borough, Municipal. [Municipal Cor- Certificate. [Bankrupt, p. 292.]
porations.]

Certiorari.

Borough, Parliamentary. [Parliament.] Cessio Bonorum.

Bottomry, Bottomree, or Bummaree. Cession. (Benefice, p. 349.]

Bounty.

Cestui que Trust. [Trustee.]

Bounty, Queen Anne's. (Benefice, pp. Challenge. [Jury.]

343, 345.]

Chamberlain.

Bread. (Adulteration; Assize.]

Chancel.

Brevet.

Chancellor.

Brewer. (Alehouses, p. 99; Adultera Chancellor of Scotland.

tion, p. 36.]

Chancery.

Bribery:

Chancery, Inns of. [Inn.]

Brick.

Chantry:

Bridewell.

Chapel

Bridges.

Chaplain.

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