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1. One very thick volume, 8vo., 508. cloth,
The EIGHTH EDITION of
“Upper Hyde Park Gardens, October 30th, 1862. “The Lord Chancellor presents his compliments to Mr. Oke, and thanks him very much for the valuable present of his most excellent and elaborate works, the Magisterial Synopsis' and 'Magisterial Formuli-t,' which in the opinion of the Lord Chancellor will be of great public service.” I am aware
that the Lord Mayor has a present all able as-istant in the person of a gentleman of the name of Oke, author of the Magi-terial Synopsis' a very enterprising, able and learned man.”- Lord Chuncellor Campbell, in the Huse of Lords, February 23rd, 1860.
“Oke has fairly superseded Archbold. Nobody acquainted with the books of both, and having occasion to use them. will hesitate to indorse this asserrion.
It is now as complete as such a work can be. It needs not description, for it must be well known to all engaged in Magisirates' Courts. For us remains only the easy and agreeable task of recording its appearance as among the legal intelligence of the time, and congratulating Mr. Oke on the well-deserved success that has attended his ingenious labours, and the reward so well earned by his advancement to an important office through the fame achieved by this work."-Law Times.
2. Also, one thick volume, 8vo., 35s. cloth,
The THIRD EDITION of THE MAGISTERIAL FORMULIST: being a Complete Collection of FORMS and PRECEDENTS for Practical Use in all Cases out of Quarter Sessions, and in Parochial Matters, by Magistrates, their Clerks and Attornies ;
with an Introduction, Explanatory Directions, Variations and Notes.
3. Also, 12mo., 18s. cloth,
The SECOND EDITION of THE LAWS of TURNPIKE ROADS ; comprising the whole of the General Acts; the Acts as to the Union of Trusts, for facilitating Arrangements with their Creditors; the interference of Railways and other Public Works with Roads, their Non-repair, and enforcing Contributions from Parishes (including the Acts as to South Wales Turnpike Roads), &c., &c.; practically arranged, with Cases, Notes, Forms, &c., &c.
4. Also, 8vo., 68. cloth. THE CRIMINAL LAW ACTS of 1861, with the Offences, Punishments and Procedure, whether punishable summarily or on indictment, alphabeti. cally and tabularly arranged, with a comparative Table of the Old and New Sta tutes and the Alterations.
5. Also, 8vo., 58. cloth. An Improved System of SOLICITORS
BOOKKEEPING, Practically exemplified by a Year's supposed Business, with Directions for Posting, Balancing, Checking, &c. Adapted to small, moderate and large Offices; to Partnership and Sole Concerns.
6. Also, 8vo., 2s.
7. Also, 8vo., 18.
8. Also, 8vo., 18. LONDON POLICE AND MAGISTRACY: A Practical Summary of the Magisterial Powers of the Metropolitan Police Commissioners, and the Police, Country and City Magistrates, within their several Jurisdictions.
9. (Proposed to be published by Subscription at 108. 6d., 12mo.) THE MAGISTERIAL LAWS of London: being a Practical Guide to the Statutes, Bye-laws and Regulations affecting Magisterial, Police, Parochial, and other matters, in the Metropolis, City, and Counties adjoining.
Eame and fishery Laws :
CONTAINING THE WHOLE LAW AS TO
GAME, LICENCES AND CERTIFICATES,
POACHING PREVENTION, TRESPASS, RABBITS, DEER,
DOGS, BIRDS AND POISONED GRAIN,
PRIVATE AND SALMON FISHERIES IN ENGLAND ;
THE ACTS, DECISIONS, NOTES, FORMS,
SUGGESTIONS, ETC., ETC.
GEORGE C. OKE,
“THE LAWS OF TURNPIKE ROADS," ETC., ETC.
Law Publishers to the Queen's most ercellent Majesty