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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. Senior Registrar of the Chancery Division; F. G. A. WILLIAMS of the Inner Temple, Esq.; and the late H. W. MAY, Esq.; succeeded by JAMES EASTWICK, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barristersat-Law. 2 vols. in 3 parts. Royal 8vo. 1877-79.

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