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tenance and Champerty.-An Inquiry into the present state of the Law of Maintenance and Champerty, principally as affecting Contracts. By WM. JOHN TAPP, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 12mo. 1861.

48. 6d. MANDAMUS. — Tapping on Mandamus. The Law and

Practice of the High Prerogative Writ of Mandamus as it obtains both in England and Ireland. Royal 8vo. 1848.

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as allowed by the Law of England in time of Rebellion ; with
Practical Illustrations drawn from the Official Documents in the
Jamaica Case, and the Evidence taken by the Royal Commission of
Enquiry, with_Comments Constitutional and Legal. By W F.
FINLÄSON, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 8vo. 1866.

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Law. By the late JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Esq. Ninth
Edition. By G. M. DOWDESWELL, of the Inner Temple, Esq.,
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11. 183. “We can safely say that, to the practising Solicitor, few books will be found more useful than the ninth edition of Smith's Mercantile Law.'"-Law Magazine, Nov. 1877.

Tudor's Selection of Leading Cases on Mercan

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Building Acts, together with such Clauses of the Metropolis Management Acts, 1855 and 1862, and other Acts, as more par. ticularly relate to the Buildings Acts, with Notes, Explanatory of the Sections and of the Architectural Terms contained therein. Second Edition. By NOEL H. PATERSON, M.A., of the Middle Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 12mo. 1877.

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of Judicature.-A Manual for the use of Commissioners to Administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature in England. Part I. containing practical information respecting their Appointment, Designation, Jurisdiction, and Powers; Part II. comprising a collection of officially recognised Forms of Jurats and Oaths, with Explanatory Observations. By T. W. BRAITHWAITE, of the Record and Writ Clerks' Office. Fcap. 8vo. 1876.

4s. 6d. "Specially useful to Commissioners." — Law Magazine, February, 1877. “The work will, we doubt not, become the recognised guide of commissioners to administer oaths."

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1878.

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Leake's Elementary Digest of the Law of Pro.

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11, 10s. Smith's Real and Personal Property.-A Com.

pendium of the Law of Real and Personal Property, primarily connected with Conveyancing. Designed as a second book for Students, and as a digest of the most useful learning for Practi. tioners. By JOSIAH W. SMITH, B.C.L., Q.C., Judge of County

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