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BATEMAN'S LAW OF AUCTIONS.
THE AUCTIONEER'S GUIDE, CONTAINING A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE LAW OF AUCTIONS; with a complete Series of Conditions of Sale, Rules for Valuing Property, the Law of Distress, and numerous Forms, Tables and Precedents. By J. BATEMAN, Esq., LL.D., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Assistant Solicitor of Excise, &c. Fourth Edition. By ROLLA ROUSE, of the Middle Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 1863.
In Two Vols. Royal 8vo. Price 31. 38. cloth.
LINDLEY'S LAW OF PARTNERSHIP.
A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF PARTNERSHIP, including its application to Joint-Stock and other Companies. By NATHANIEL LINDLEY, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barristerat-Law. 1863.
"We have rarely met with a treatise concerning which we have so little hesitation in saying that it reflects the highest honour upon the author, who has by this, his first publication, added another name to the list of eminent writers on English jurisprudence."-Law Mugazine, August, 1860.
"Such a work requires a rare combination of intellectual qualities-a depth of intellect to grasp first principles, untiring industry in the collection of cases, clearness of perception in detecting the principle which has led to the decision of each particular case, and order and clearness in stating the results to be deduced from them collectively; all these are the qualities required in an author who could properly undertake and execute such a task. A work has lately appeared from the pen of Mr. N. Lindley, entitled A Treatise on the Law of Partnership, including its application to JointStock and other Companies,' which supplies
the want to which we have alluded, and proves that its author did not overrate his abilities when he undertook so onerous a labour. The language is very perspicuous, and the arrangement of the work eminently scientific."-Law Times, August, 1860.
"Mr. Lindley approaches his labours in a philosophical spirit. He first lays down the general principles which govern the legal relation of partners, and thence branches into those special rules which apply to the different species of partnerships. The liabilities of directors and also of shareholders, the duration of those liabilities, and all the intricate and costly mysteries of the winding-up process, are here fully developed. The book was wanted, for the law has been much changed, aud we are not aware of any single work which has brought the whole subject of partnership together, and presented it as it at present stands in the Statute-book and the Reports."-The Times, November 2, 1860. The SUPPLEMENT may be had separately, price 16s. cloth.
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BAKER'S LAWS OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
THE LAWS RELATING TO PUBLIC HEALTH-SANITARY, MEDICAL, PROTECTIVE,including the Legislation to the end of the last Session of Parliament connected with Adulteration of Food, Alkali Works, Apothecaries, Arsenic, Bakehouses, Baths and Washhouses, Bread, Burials, Chemists, Chimney Sweepers, Diseases Prevention, Factories, Gunpowder, Local Government, Lodging Houses, Lunatics, Meat, Medical Registration, &c., Metropolis Management, Miners, Nuisances, Petroleum, Poison, Recreation Grounds, Quarantine, Smoke, Vaccination, Water, &c.; with Notes, Forms, and Practical Instructions. By T. BAKER, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Author of "The Law relating to Burials," &c. 1865.
DAVIDSON'S CONCISE PRECEDENTS.
CONCISE PRECEDENTS IN CONVEYANCING, adapted to the Act to amend the Law of Real Property, 8 & 9 Vict. c. 106; with Practical Notes and Observations on the Act, and on the Act for the Cesser of Attendant Terms. By CHARLES DAVIDSON, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and late Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge; and M. B. STAPYLTON, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
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HAWKINS ON WILLS.
A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF WILLS. By F. VAUGHAN HAWKINS, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge. 1863.
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PETHERAM ON INTERROGATORIES.
THE LAW AND PRACTICE RELATING TO DISCOVERY BY INTERROGATORIES UNDER THE COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1854; together with an Appendix of Precedents and full Index. By WM. COMER PETHERAM, Esq., of the Middle Temple. 1864.
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AN ESSAY ON WASTE, NUISANCE, AND TRESPASS, Chiefly with reference to REMEDIES IN EQUITY; treating of the LAWS OF TIMBER, MINES, LIGHTS, WATER, SUPPORT, THE CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC WORKS, &c. By GEORGE V. YOOL, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 1863.
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TAYLOR'S LAW OF EVIDENCE.
A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF EVIDENCE, as administered in England and Ireland, with Illustrations from the American and other Foreign Laws. By JOHN PITT TAYLOR, Esq., Judge of the County Courts for Lambeth, Greenwich, and Woolwich.
In Two Vols. Royal 8vo. Price 31. 3s. cloth. WHITE AND TUDOR'S LEADING CASES IN EQUITY. Second Edition.
A SELECTION OF LEADING CASES IN EQUITY; with Notes; in Two Volumes. Vol. I.-By FREDERICK THOMAS WHITE and OWEN DAVIES TUDOR, Esqrs., of the Middle Temple, Barristers-at-Law. Vol. II.-By OWEN DAVIES TUDOR, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, 1858.
"This work is indispensable reading for the student who would properly master equity law, the most scientific and interesting branch of our jurisprudence. The selection is made with the soundest judgment, and the appended commentaries are learned, and yet singularly lucid;
in this respect being second only to its famous predecessor. These two volumes will be a treasure to the reading lawyer-to him who desires a scientific acquaintance with his profession."Law Times.
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HADDAN'S ADMINISTRATIVE JURISDICTION OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY.
OUTLINES OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE JURISDICTION OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY. By THOS. HY. HADDAN, Esq., B.C.L., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, late Fellow of Exeter College, and Eldon Scholar, and Vinerian Fellow in the University of Oxford. 1862.
"Mr. Haddan, in his book, maintains his own reputation as an accomplished lawyer and scholar, and the Incorporated Law Society may
well be proud of being the means of giving to the profession so useful and creditable a work." -Solicitors' Journal.
In One Vol. Royal 8vo. Price 11. 16s. cloth.
MACLACHLAN'S LAW OF MERCHANT SHIPPING. A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF MERCHANT SHIPPING, with SUPPLEMENT. BY DAVID MACLACHLAN, M.A., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. 1862.
LAW OF THE MASTER'S CONTRACTS ABROAD." There is a singular absence of authority on this subject in our own Courts."-See the recent decision of the Court of Queen's Bench, in Lloyd v. Guibert, 4 New Reports, 264, 266, adopting the principle suggested for the first time in this country, and discussed on foreign authorities and Admiralty decisions, by Mr. Maclachlan, in his Treatise, at pp. 155-163.
"Whatever Mr. Maclachlan has written is evidently the result of his best consideration, and is expressed with precision and conciseness.
Indeed we hardly know how to give a higher praise to a legal author, or we should be disposed to award it to Mr. Maclachlan for his performance; for we have seldom met with a law book that deserves more praise in many respects than that now before us."- Solicitors' Journal, Nov., 1860.
"It is a careful, well-considered, and thoroughly conscientious treatise an original essay, and not a mere compilation."-Law Times, Dec., 1860.
"That case (Cammell v. Sewell) is well commented on in a work on the Law of Shipping, by Mr. Maclachlan, which, so far as I have
seen, appears to be an acquisition to Legal Literature." Per Williams, J., in Maitland and others. Graham and others, coram, C. B., 14th Nov., 1860.
"It is not so laid down in a book I was looking into last night,-the work upon Shipping, by Mr. Maclachlan, which is an excellent, able, and well-written work."-Per Cockburn, L. C. J., in Castrique v. Imrie, coram, Exch. Ch. 30th Nov., 1860.
"As to the law upon matters of this description, the practice and principles laid down will be found in Mr. Pritchard's Digest, and Mr. Maclachlan's excellent work on Shipping Law, which I commend most sincerely as a useful volume."- Dr. Lushington's Judgment, Luw Journal, February, 1862.
The SUPPLEMENT may be had separately, price 5s. cloth.
In One Vol. Demy 8vo. Price 11. 10s. cloth.
BROOM'S PRACTICE OF THE COUNTY COURTS. Second Edition.
THE PRACTICE IN AN ORDINARY SUIT, with all matters incidental thereto. By HERBERT BROOM, L.L.D., Barrister-at-Law, Reader in Common Law to the Inns of Court; together with the PRACTICE IN INSOLVENCY and under the Protection, Charitable Trusts Acts, Friendly Societies, Probate and other Acts. By LEONARD SHELFORD, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 1858.
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SMITH'S (J. SIDNEY) CHANCERY PRACTICE.
THE PRACTICE OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY. With Forms, Bills of Costs, &c. By JOHN SIDNEY SMITH, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Seventh Edition, revised and enlarged by the Author and ALFRED SMITH, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law. 1862.
In One Volume. 8vo. Price 11. 58. cloth.
SIDNEY SMITH'S PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY. A TREATISE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY. BY JOHN SIDNEY SMITH, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Author of "The Practice of the Court of Chancery." 1856.
"A work on the Principles of Equity was required both by the practitioner and student. This desideratum has been ably supplied by Mr. Sidney Smith."-Legal Observer, Nov. 8, 1856.
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HAYNES' OUTLINES OF EQUITY.
OUTLINES OF EQUITY; being a Series of Elementary Lectures on Equity Juris diction, delivered at the request of the Incorporated Law Society; with Supplementary Lectures on certain Doctrines of Equity. By FREEMAN OLIVER HAYNES, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and late Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge. 1865.
12mo. Fourth Edition. Price 11. 28. cloth.
RAWLINSON'S CORPORATION ACTS.
THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ACT, 5 & 6 Will. IV. c. 76, and the Acts since passed for amending the same, and otherwise in relation to Municipal Corporations; with Notes and References to the Cases thereon: and an Appendix, containing the principal Statutes referred to, including those relating to Mandamus and Quo Warranto; a List of Boroughs having Quarter Sessions; Borough Court Rules, &c. By Sir CHRISTOPHER RAWLINSON, Chief Justice of Madras. Fourth Edition. By W. N. WELSBY, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, and Recorder of Chester. 1863.
12mo. Price 128.
SMITH'S ACTION AT LAW.
AN ELEMENTARY VIEW OF THE PROCEEDINGS IN AN ACTION AT LAW. By JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Esq., late of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law; Author of "Leading Cases," "A Compendium of Mercantile Law," &c. Eighth Edition. By SAMUEL PRENTICE, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 1862.
In Two Vols. Royal 8vo. Price 31. 3s. cloth.
SMITH'S SELECTION OF LEADING CASES IN VARIOUS BRANCHES OF THE LAW, with Notes. By JAMES SHAW WILLES, Esq., of the Inner Temple, now one of the Judges of Her Majesty's Court of Common Pleas; and HENRY SINGER KEATING, Esq., of the Inner Temple, one of the Judges of H. M. Court of Common Pleas. Fifth Edition. By F. P. MAUDE and T. E. CHITTY, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. 1862.
In One Vol. 8vo. Price 148. cloth.
SMITH'S LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT.
THE LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT, in a Course of Lectures delivered in the Law Institution. By JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Esq., late of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law; Author of "A Selection of Leading Cases," &c. With Notes and Additions, by FREDERICK PHILIP MAUDE, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-atLaw. 1855.
"With this long commentary, suggested by the peculiar features of this volume, but of general application, we close it with a hearty commendation of its contents to the perusal of all students and of all practitioners who do not feel themselves to possess a sufficient mastery of the principles of the law of Landlord and Tenant, and of the broad outlines of its practice."-Law Times.
"The volume before us will be found fully to sustain the great reputation of its deceased Author, and as regards the notes and references contained in it, which have been respectively prepared and selected with much care and discernment, to confer very considerable credit on its learned Editor."-Law Magazine.
SMITH'S MERCANTILE LAW.
A COMPENDIUM OF MERCANTILE LAW. BY JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Seventh Edition, by G. M. DOWDESWELL, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
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SMITH'S (JOHN WM.) LAW OF CONTRACTS.
By J. G. MALCOLM.
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WESTLAKE'S CONFLICT OF LAWS.
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A TREATISE ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW, OR THE CONFLICT OF LAWS, with Principal Reference to its Practice in the English and other Cognate Systems of Jurisprudence. By JOHN WESTLAKE, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 1858.
"A work that will be a permanent addition to legal literature. It is not a mere compilation, but an original treatise, which the stu dent will read with profit, and the practitioner consult with advantago."-Law Times, May 28, 1859.
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Secundum jus per se necnon secundum jus Germanicum, Hanseaticum, Borussicum, Danicum, Norvegicum, Suecicum, Batavicum, Anglicum, Russicum, Gallicum, Italicum, Hispanicum, Lusitanicum, Brasilicum, Romanumque scripsit CAROLUS HERMANNUS HENRICUS FRANCK, Doctor Juris utriusque.
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STEPHEN'S PRINCIPLES OF PLEADING IN CIVIL
A TREATISE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF PLEADING IN CIVIL ACTIONS; comprising a Summary Account of the whole Proceedings in a Suit at Law. Being the Sixth Edition of Mr. SERJEANT STEPHEN's work under that title, with alterations adapting it to the present system. By JAMES STEPHEN and FRANCIS F. PINDER, Barristers-atLaw. 1860.
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TUDOR'S LEADING CASES ON MERCANTILE AND MARITIME LAW.
A SELECTION OF LEADING CASES ON MERCANTILE AND MARITIME LAW, with Notes. By OWEN DAVIES TUDOR, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 1860.
"In the volume now before us, both lawyers and merchants will find an invaluable epitome of the mercantile and maritime law of England; and those of the former who desire to be informed not only of the rules which constitute the lex mercatoria, but also the reasons of them,
and to learn the manner in which it has grown up into an elaborate system of law out of sometimes ill-defined and not always very reasonable customs, will find here all that they need." -Solicitors' Journal, April, 1860.
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RAM'S TREATISE ON FACTS.
A TREATISE ON FACTS, as subjects of Inquiry by a Jury. By JAMES RAM, M.A., Barrister-at-Law. 1861.
"We can only add that Mr. Ram has written a very readable and amusing book, and one calculated to be of use to beginners in law."-Solicitors' Journal, July, 1861.