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Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant, with an Appendix containing Forms of Leases, by ROBERT HUNTER, Esq., Advocate. Third Edition, carefully revised. Two Vols., royal 8vo. Price £2, 2s.
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Bell's Law Dictionary.
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Bell's Lectures on Conveyancing.
Lectures on Conveyancing, by the late ALEXANDER MONTGOMERIE
Hendry's Manual of Conveyancing.
A Mannal of Conveyancing, in the form of Examinations, embrac-
Hendry's Styles of Deeds. Second Edition.
Styles of Deeds and Instruments in accordance with the Titles to
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Ross' Leading Cases.
Leading Cases in the Law of Scotland ;-Land Rights. Prepared
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Buchanan on Teinds.
A Treatise on the Law of Teinds or Tithes, by WILLIAM BUCHANAN,
"The reader will find abundant information on every conceivable point connected with the law of this description of property, and the rights of the Church, the heritor, the patron, and the titular."- Journal of Jurisprudence
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Nicolson on Elections.
A practical Treatise on the Law of Parliamentary Elections in
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