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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.-Continued.

Paley.- Vide Convictions."
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 of Matters not Criminal. With Forms. Eighth Edition.
By THOMAS SIRRELL PRITCHARD, of the Inner Temple,
Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Recorder of Wenlock. In 1 vol. Demy 8vo.
1877.

11. 108. "The design of tbe present Edition has been developed with a view to offer to Magistrates and Practitioners, in one volume of moderate size, a complete general account of the Procedure at Petty Sessions in Summary Matters and 'Indictable Offences, in such a consecutive form, according to the usual order of events as to render easily attainable information on any point of procedure as it may arise at any given period of the proceedings."-Extract from Preface.

“Justices of the Peace and Practitioners at Petty and Special Sessions who wish to have a handy volume by their side for ready reference, will find this new edition of Stone's Practice very convenient and nseful." - Law Magazine, May, 1878.

“In clearness of exposition, in choice of matter, and, above all, in orderliness of arrangement, the book leaves little to be desired

The book, as a whole, is thoroughly satisfactory, and, having gone carefully through it, we can recommend it with confidence to the numerous body of our readers who are daily interested in the subjects to which it relates.”-Solicitors' Journal, December 8th, 1877. JUSTINIAN, INSTITUTES OF.-Cumin.-Vide “Civil Law.”

Greene.- Vide “Roman Law.”
Mears.- Vide Roman Law.”

Voet.- Vide “ Civil Law.”
LAND DRAINAGE.-Thring's Land Drainage Act.-With

an Introduction, Practical Notes, an Appendix of Statutes relating to Drainage, and Forms. By THEODORE THRING, Esq.,

Barrister-at-Law. 12mo. 1861. LAND TAX.-Bourdin's Land Tax.-An Exposition of the Land Tax ; its Assessment and Collection, with a statement of the

< rights conferred by the Redemption Acts. By MARK A. BOURDIN, of the Inland Revenue Office, Somerset House (late Registrar of Land Tax). Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 1870.

48. LANDLORD AND TENANT.-Woodfall's Law of Landlord

and Tenant.-A Practical Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant, with a full Collection of Precedents and Forms of Procedure. Eleventh Edition. Containing an Abstract of Leading Propositions, and Tables of certain Customs of the Country. By J. M. LELY, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1877.

11. 168. LAW, GUIDE TO.- A Guide to the Law for General

Use. By a Barrister. Twenty-first Edition. 1878. Net, 3s. 6d. “There may be many students of both branches of the profession who will find the following pages an assistance to them in the course of their reading, not in substitution of but together with, or preliminary to, the voluminous and highly technical works

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21 LAW LIST.-Continued.

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Being some of the Principal Decisions of the Courts in Constitutional
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Bankruptcy, and Criminal Law. With Notes for the use of Students.
By JOHN F. HAYNES, LL.D., Author of “ The Student's
Statutes.” Demy 8vo. 1878.

16s. “ Will prove of great utility, not only to Students, but Practitioners. The Notes are clear, pointed and concise.”Law Times, August 17th, 1878. “We think that this book will supply a want

the book is singularly well arranged for reference."--Law Journal, aug. 24, 1878.

“The statements of the various cases are fairly full and clear, and many of the notes are good.”Law Magazine, November, 1878 LEXICON.- Vide“ Dictionary.” LICENSING.–Lely and Foulkes' Licensing Acts,

1828, 1889, 1872, and 1874; Containing the Law of the Sale of Liquors by Retail and the Management of Licensed Houses ; with Notes to the Acts, a Summary of the Law, and an Appendix of Forms. Second Edition. By J. M. LELY and W. D. I.

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These notes are usually sensible and to the point and give evidence both of care and knowledge of the subject. -Solicitors' Journal. LIFE ASSURANCE.-Scratchley's Decisions in Life As

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of Window Lights.-Second Edition. 12mo. 1864. 6s. LUNACY.-Elmer's Practice in Lunacy.-The Practice in

Lunacy under Commissions and Inquisitions, with Notes of Cases
and Recent Decisions, the Statutes and General Orders, Forms and
Costs of Proceedings in Lunacy, an Index and Schedule of Cases.
Sixth Edition. By JOSEPH ELMER, of the Office of the
Masters in Lunacy. 8vo. 1877.

21s. MAGISTERIAL LAW.-Burn.-Vide “ Justice of Peace.”

Leeming and Cross.— Vide “Quarter Sessions."
Paley.- Vide“ Convictions."
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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.-Continued.

Paley.-Vide “ Convictions."
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 of Matters not Criminal. With Forms. Eighth Edition.
By THOMAS SIRRELL PRITCHARD, of the Inner Temple,
Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Recorder of Wenlock. In 1 vol. Demy 8vo.
1877.

11. 10s. “The design of the present Edition has been developed with a view to offer to Magistrates and Practitioners, in one volume of moderate size, a complete general account of the Procedure at Petty Sessions in Summary Matters and 'Indictable Offences, in such a consecutive form, according to the usual order of events as to render easily attainable information on any point of procedure as it may arise at any given period of the proceedings.”--Extract from Preface.

“Justices of the Peace and Practitioners at Petty and Special Sessions who wish to have a handy volume by their side for ready reference, will find this new edition of Stone's Practice very convenient and nseful."- Law Magazine, May, 1878.

“In clearness of exposition, in choice of matter, and, above all, in orderliness of arrangement, the book leaves little to be desired

The book, as a whole, is thoroughly satisfactory, and, having gone carefully through it, we can recommend it with confidence to the numerous body of our readers who are daily interested in the subjects to which it relates."-Solicitors' Journal, December 8th, 1877. JUSTINIAN, INSTITUTES OF.-Cumin.- Vide “Civil Law.”

Greene.- Vide “Roman Law.”
Mears.- Vide “Roman Law.”

Voet.- Vide Civil Law.”
LAND DRAINAGE.-Thring's Land Drainage Act.-With

an Introduction, Practical Notes, an Appendix of Statutes relating to Drainage, and Forms. By THEODORE THRING, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 12mo. 1861.

78. LAND TAX.–Bourdin's Land Tax.-An Exposition of the

Land Tax; its Assessment and Collection, with a statement of the rights conferred by the Redemption Acts. By MARK A. BOURDIN, of the Inland Revenue Office, Somerset House (late Registrar of Land Tax). Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 1870.

4s. LANDLORD AND TENANT.-Woodfall's Law of Landlord

and Tenant.-A Practical Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant, with a full Collection of Precedents and Forms of Procedure. Eleventh Edition. Containing an Abstract of Leading Propositions, and Tables of certain Customs of the Country. By J. M. LELY, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1877.

11. 16s. LAW, GUIDE TO.--A Guide to the Law for General

Use. By a Barrister. Twenty-first Edition. 1878. Net, 3s. 6d. “There may be many students of both branches of the profession who will find the following pages an assistance to them in the course of their reading, not in substitution of but together with, or preliminary to, the voluminons and highly technical works which they have necessarily to examine.' LAW LIST.-Law List (The).- Comprising the Judges and Officers

of the different Courts of Justice, Counsel, Special Pleaders, Draftsmen, Conveyancers, Solicitors, Notaries, &c., in England and Wales ; the Circuits, Judges, Treasurers, Registrars, and High Bailiffs of the County Courts, District Registries and Registrars under the Probate Act, Lords Lieutenant of Counties, Recorders, Clerks of the Peace, Town Clerks, Coroners, Colonial Judges, and Colonial Lawyers having English Agents, Metropolitan and Stipendiary Magistrates, Law Agents, Law and Public Officers, Circuits of the Judges and Counsel attending Circuit and Sessions,

List of Sheriffs and Agents, London Commissioners to Administer * All standard Law Works are kept in Stock, in law calf and other bindings.

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119, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C.

21 LAW LIST.-Continued.

Caths in the Supreme Court of Judicature in England. Conveyancers Practising in England under Certificates obtained in Scotland, &c., &c., and a variety of other useful matters so far as relates to Special Pleaders, Draftsmen, Conveyancers, Solicitors, Proctors and Notaries. Compiled by WILLIAM HENRY COUSINS, of the Inland Revenue Office, Somerset House, Pregistrar of Stamped Cer. tificates, and of Joint Stock Companies. Published annually. By Authority. 1878.

(Net cash 93.) 108. 6d. LAW REPORTS.-A large Stock of second-hand Reports. Estimates

on application.
LAWYER'S COMPANION.- Vide“ Diary.”
LEADING CASES.- Haynes' Student's Leading Cases.

Being some of the Principal Decisions of the Courts in Constitutional
Law, Common Law, Conveyancing and Equity, Probate, Divorce,
Bankruptcy, and Criminal Law. With Notes for the use of Students.
By JOHN F. HAYNES, LL.D., Author of “ The Student's
Statutes." Demy 8vo. 1878.

16s.
“ Will prove of great utility, not only to Students, but Practitioners. The Notes are
clear, pointed and conciso.”Law Times, August 17th, 1878.
“We think that this book will supply a want

the book is singularly well arranged for reference.”Law Journal, Aug. 24, 1878.

“ The statements of the various cases are fairly full and clear, and many of the notes are good.”- Law Magazine, November, 1878 LEXICON.- Vide“ Dictionary.” LICENSING.–Lely and Foulkes' Licensing Acts,

1828, 1869, 1872, and 1874; Containing the Law of the Sale of Liquors by Retail and the Management of Licensed Houses with Notes to the Acts, a Summary of the Law, and an Appendix of Forms. · Second Edition. By J. M. LELY and W. D. I.

FOULKES, Esqrs., Barristers-et-Law. Royal 12mo. 1874. 88. Messrs. Lely and Foulkes' plan is to print in full the principal Acts, and to interpolate between the sections of each of these statutes all subsidiary enactments, distinguishing them by brackets and marginal notes

These notes are usually sensible

and to the point and give evidence both of care and knowledge of the subject. -Solicitors' Journal. LIFE ASSURANCE.-Scratchley's Decisions in Life As

surance Law, collated alphabeticațly according to the point involved; with the Statutes. Revised Edition. By ARTHUR

SCRATCHLEY, M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1878. · 58. LIGHTS - Woolrych's Practical Treatise on the Law

of Window Lights.--Second Edition. 12mo. 1864. 6s. LUNACY.-Elmer's Practice in Lunacy.-The Practice in

Lunacy under Commissions and Inquisitions, with Notes of Cases
and Recent Decisions, the Statutes and General Orders, Forms and
Costs of Proceedings in Lunacy, an Index and Schedule of Cases.
Sixth Edition. By JOSEPH ELMER, of the Office of the
Masters in Lunacy. 8vo. 1877.

21s. MAGISTERIAL LAW.-Burn.- Vide “ Justice of Peace."

Leeming and Cross.-Vide “Quarter Sessions."
Paley.-Vide“ Convictions.”
Pritchard.— Vide “ Quarter Sessions.”

Stone.- Vide“ Petty Sessions.'
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