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THE

RIGHTS, DUTIES AND RELATIONS

OF

DOMESTIC SERVANTS

AND THEIR

MASTERS AND MISTRESSES.

WITH A SHORT ACCOUNT OF

SERVANTS INSTITUTIONS, &c.

AND THEIR ADVANTAGES,

By T. HENRY BAYLIS, M.A.,

OF DRASENOSE COLLEGE, OXFORD;
BARRISTER-AT-LAW OF THE INNER TEMPLE.

FOURTH EDITION,
WITH CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS,

BY

EDWARD P. MONCKTON, Esq., B.A.,

OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE;
BARRISTER-AT-LAW OF THE INNER TEMPLE.

LONDON:
BUTTERWORTHS, 7, FLEET STREET,
Eaw Publishers to the Queen's most ercellent Majesty.

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PRINTED BY C. ROWORTH AND SONS,

NEWTON STREET, HIGH HOLBORN,

PREFACE

TO

THE FOURTH EDITION.

At the urgent request of many friends and others, I have been induced to publish a fourth edition of this work, numerous applications also having been made to the publishers for a fresh edition, the former having been long since exhausted.

This has been done through my great friend and late pupil, Mr. E. P. Monckton, Barristerat-law, of the Inner Temple, to whose care I have entrusted it.

T. HENRY BAYLIS.

2, Paper Buildings, Temple:

Jan. 1873.

PREFACE

TO

THE THIRD EDITION.

In consequence of finding that the publication of this little work has made the law better known, and so instrumental in effecting amicable settlements of disputes between domestic servants and their employers, I have been induced to publish a third edition with the recent decisions.

T. HENRY BAYLIS.

Inner Temple:

12 June, 1860.

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