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VALUABLE LAW WORKS
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Pollock's Digest of the Law of Partnership.-By FREDERICK POLLOCK, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Author of Principles of Contract at Law and in Equity." Demy 8vo. 1877. Price 8s. 6d. cloth. The object of this work is to give the substance of the Law of Partnership (excluding Companies) in a concise and definite form.
Goddard's Treatise on the Law of Easements.-Second Edition. By JOHN LEYBOURN GODDARD, of the Middle Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1877. Price 163. cloth.
The Author was appointed by Her Majesty's Digest of Law Commissioners to prepare a specimen Digest of the Law of Easements.
"Nowhere has the subject been treated so exhaustively, and we may add, so scientifically, as by Mr. Goddard. We recommend it to the most careful study of the law student, as well as to the library of the practitioner."-Law Times.
Russell's Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors.-Fifth
Edition. By SAMUEL PRENTICE, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Counsel. 3 vols.
"We may safely assert that the fifth edition of 'Russell on Crimes' has, under the careful hand of Mr. Prentice, fully reached the standard attained to by the preceding editions."-Law Journal, January 27, 1877.
"No more trustworthy anthority, or more exhaustive expositor than 'Russell' can be consulted." -Law Magazine, February, 1877.
"We are amazed at the patience, industry and skill which are exhibited in the collection and arrangement of all this mass of learning."-The Times, December 26, 1876.
Morgan's Acts and Orders, 1876.-The Statutes, General
Orders, and Rules of Court relating to the Practice, Pleading, and Jurisdiction of
"This new edition will maintain and enhance the high reputation deservedly gained by the original work."-Law Magazine, February, 1877.
In the shape in which it now appears we have no doubt this editition will meet with a very favourable receiption by the professions, and will exceed in demand any of its predecessors."-Law Journal, December 30, 1876.
"This edition of Mr. Morgan's treatise must, we believe, be the most popular with the profession." -Law Times, December 9, 1876.
Theobald on Wills.-A Concise Treatise on the Construction of Wills, with Table of Cases, and full Index. By H. S. THEOBALD, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. Demy Svo. 1876. Price 11. cloth.
"This is a book of great ability and value. It bears on every page traces of care and sound judgment. It is certain to prove of great practical usefulness, for it supplies a want which was beginning to be distinctly felt."-Solicitors' Journal, February 24, 1877.
"His arrangement being good, and his statement of the effect of the decisions being clear, his work cannot fail to be of practical utility, and as such we can commend it to the attention of the profession."- Law Times, December 23, 1876.
"Includes within the compass of a thick cctavo volume the whole body of law relating to testamentary disposition with leading cases down to the most recent time."-Daily News, Dec. 26, 1876.
Williams' Law and Practice in Bankruptcy.-Comprising
the Bankruptcy Act, the Debtors Act, and the Bankruptcy Repeal and Insolvent Court Act of 1869, and the Rules and Forms made under those Acts. Second Edition. By ROLAND VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, of Lincoln's Inn, and WALTER VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, of the Inner Temple, assisted by FRANCIS HALLETT HARDCASTLE, of the Inner Temple, Esars., Barristers-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1876. Price 11. 8s. cloth. praise of the present work
"It would be di profession has now
ise on the Law of Bankruptcy."
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Seton's Forms of Decrees, Judgments, and Orders, in the High Court of Justice and Courts of Appeal, having especial reference to the Chancery Division; with Practical Notes. Fourth Edition. By R. H. LEACH, Esq., one of the Registrars of the Supreme Court of Judicature, and Senior Registrar of the Chancery Division; F. G. A. WILLIAMS, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law; and HENRY W. MAY, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. In 2 vols. Royal 8vo. Vol. I. 1877. Price 11. 10s. cloth. (Vol. II. in the press).
Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing.-With Dissertations on its Law and Practice. Eighth Edition. By FREDERICK PRIDEAUX, late Professor of Real and Personal Property to the Inns of Court, and JOHN WHITCOMBE, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1876. Price 31. 10s. cloth. "Prideaux' has become an indispensable part of the conveyancer's library.
new edition has been elited with a care and accuracy of which we can hardly speak too highly."_ Solicitors' Journal, October 14, 1876.
"We may also be allowed to add our tribute of praise to these precedents for their conciseness, perspicuity, precision, and perfection of drafting."-The Law Journal, Sept. 23, 1876.
Pollock's Principles of Contract at Law and in Equity; being a Treatise on the General Principles relating to the Validity of Agreements, with a special view to the comparison of Law and Equity; and with references to the Indian Contract Act, and occasionally to American and Foreign Law. By FREDERICK POLLOCK, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1876. Price 11. 4s. cloth.
The Lord Chief Justice in his Judgment in "Metropolitan Railway Company v. Brogden and Others," said, "The Law is well put by Mr. Frederick Pollock in his very able and learned work on Contracts."-Vide "THE TIMES," February 19, 1877.
Greenwood's Manual of Conveyancing.-A Manual of the Practice of Conveyancing, showing the present Practice relating to the daily routine of Conveyancing in Solicitors' Offices. To which are added Concise Common Forms and Precedents in Conveyancing, Conditions of Sale, Conveyances, and all other Assurances in constant use. Fifth Edition. By H. N. CAPEL, Esq., B.A., LL.B., Solicitor Demy 8vo. 1877. Price 158. cloth.
"The information under these heads is just of that ordinary practical kind which is learned from experience, and is not to be gathered from treatises. A careful study of these pages would probably arm a diligent clerk with as much useful knowledge as he might otherwise take years of desultory questioning and observing to acquire."-Solicitors' Journal.
Butlin's New and Complete Examination Guide and Introduction to the Law; for the use of Articled Clerks and those who contemplate entering the legal profession, comprising Courses of Reading for the Preliminary and Intermediate Examinations and for Honours, or a Pass at the Final, with Statute, Case, and Judicature (Time) Tables, Sets of Examination Papers, &c., &c. By JOHN FRANCIS BUTLIN, Solicitor, &c. Demy Sco. 1877. Price 18s. cloth.
"In supplying law students with materials for preparing themselves for examination, Mr. Butlin, we think, has distanced all competitors. Tuition of this kind will do much to remove obstacles which present themselves to commencing students, and when examinations are over the book is one which may be usefully kept close at hand, and will well repay 'noting up.'”—Law Times, February 21, 1877.
Boyd's Merchant Shipping Laws; being a consolidation of all the Merchant Shipping at Passenger Acts from 1854 to 1876 inclusive; with Notes of all the leading Engh and American Cases on the subjects affected by Legislation, and an Appendix containing the New Rules issued in October, 1876; forming a complete Treatise on M Law. By A. C. BOYD, LL.B., of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and Midland Circuit. Demy 8vo. 1876. Price 11. 58. cloth.
"Mr. Boyd confines himself to short, and as far as we can judge, correct statements of the effect of actual decisions."--Solicitors' Journal, January 20, 1877.
"The great desideratum is obviously a good index, and this Mr. Boyd has taken particular care to supply. We can recommend the work as a very useful compendium of shipping law."— Law Times, December 30, 1876,
"For practical purposes the work now produced by Mr. Boyd has accomplished almost all that could be desired in a legislative code. The value of such a work can hardly be over estimated.-Irish Law Times, December 9, 1876,
Rogers' Elections, Registration, and Election Agency, with an Appendix of Statutes and Forms. Twelfth Edition. By F. S. P. WOLFERSTAN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 12mo. 1876. Price 11. 10s. cloth. "Mr. Wolferstan has added a new chapter on election agency, which contains a careful and valuable digest of the decisions and dicta on this thorny subject."-Solicitors' Journal, October 28, 1876.
"The book maintains its reputation as a well arranged magazine of all the authorities on the ubject."-Law Journal, August 19, 1876.
All Standard Law Works are kept in Stock, law calf and other bindings.