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SHERIFF COURTS OF SCOTLAND
JOHN DOVE WILSON,
BELL & BRADFUTE, 12 BANK STREET.
Erskine's Institute of the Law of Scotland.
With the Notes of Lord Ivory and previous Editors, and addict
no one can look at a page of the edition now before us without seeing evi. ***** dence of the immense labour bestowed upon it, nor can a page be perused without the reader ***** being satisfied of the capacity and thoughtfulness of the editor.
The institutional Ordido
“We have the fullest confidence that the author's selection of authorities has been judi-
さめて、 tice."-N. B. Daily Mail.
Erskine's Principles, by Guthrie.
to Law Agents, their Admission, Retainer, Authority, Rights, Privileges, Liabilities, attend
さあさみします。 Disabilities, Duties, &c., including the Law of Costs as between
しかけたりとた Agent and Client, with Notes of English decisions. By John H. O****+ *ota
すっかりとたたかっ BEGG, Esq., Advocate. With an Appendix containing Relative
さかなさないよう Acts of Parliament and Acts of Sederunt, all the Tables of Fees, **** and Forms, &c. In One Vol., 8vo. Price 14s.
これはけますよ "A very able and exhaustive bit of work."-Scotsman. "Should be at every practising lawyer's hand." -Daily Review..
“We cannot speak too highly either of the discrimination which has guided this research or of the care with which its results have been used."-Courant.
"8o exhaustive and complete a treatise cannot fail to take its place as a vade mecum of the practical lawyer."-Aberdeen Herald.
かけははは Advocate. In Two large Vols., royal 8vo. Price £3, 3s.
かもめ "No book of this rank has been published since the death of Professor George Joseph Bell, except the works of Mr Fraser, Mr Dickson, and Professor Montgomerie Bell. It is high praise to Mr M‘Laren that his treatise is not inferior in excellence to any one of them."-Journal of Jurisprudence.
"Mr M'Laren must trust to any character that we may bave gained for honesty and independence in the expression of our views for the authority of the verdict which we very willingly pronounce in his favour. If we add that these volumes have everywhere the stamp of scholarslip,
おばちおと and the sign, not only of professional, but of general culture, we but make an acknowledgment that has been most imetle
no claim to philosophical authorship, in **
いよいよおじさま the strict sense of
of his subject he takes the very highest REC
ひたちならなかった、 rank."-Scottish サイト