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Greening's Forms of Pleadings and Proceedings in Common Law.

FORMS of DECLARATIONS, PLEADINGS and other PROCEEDINGS in the Superior Courts of Common Law, with the Common Law Procedure Act, and other Statutes; Table of Officers Fees; and the New Rules of Practice and Pleading, with Notes. By HENRY GREENING, Esq., Special Pleader. Second Edition. 12mo. 10s. 6d. boards.

"This work comprising as it does almost all the common Forms of Pleadings, is calculated to be of considerable utility to the Practitioner. The book is quite worthy of the learned Author's reputation as a Pleader, and we can with pleasure recommend it to such of our readers as are engaged in the preparation of everyday pleadings in ordinary actions."-Law Times.

Pulling's Mercantile and Joint Stock Ac

counts.

A PRACTICAL COMPENDIUM of the LAW and USAGE of MERCANTILE ACCOUNTS; describing the various Rules of Law affecting them, the ordinary Mode in which they are entered in Account Books, and the various Forms of Proceeding, and Rules of Pleading, and Evidence for their Investigation, at Common Law, in Equity, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, or by Arbitration. With a SUPPLEMENT, containing the Law of Joint Stock Companies' Accounts, under the Winding-up Acts of 1848 and 1849. By ALEXANDER PULLING, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. 12mo. 9s. boards.

"Within a very small compass it combines all the rules of law regarding accounts, with the practice of merchants as to the mode of entering them in their books."-Law Magazine.

"Mr. Pulling's volume recommends itself to the profession by the excellence of the arrangement, the diligence with which the law has been collected from so many scattered sources, and the perspicuous manner in which the author expresses himself."-Law Times.

Bainbridge on Mines and Minerals.

A PRACTICAL TREATISE on the LAW of MINES and MINERALS; comprising a detailed account of the respective Rights, Interests, Duties, Liabilities and Remedies of Landowners, Adventurers, Agents and Workmen; and of the Local Customs of Derbyshire, Cornwall and Devon. With an Appendix of Legal Forms, relating to Grants, Leases, Transfers, Partnerships and Criminal Proceedings. By WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE, Esq., Barrister at Law. 8vo. 16s. boards.

Grant's Law of Corporations in General.

A PRACTICAL TREATISE on THE LAW of CORPORATIONS in GENERAL, as well Aggregate as Sole.

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By JAMES GRANT, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law. Royal 8vo. 26s. boards.

"We think the arrangement happy. Another feature in Mr. Grant's book is the honesty with which it has been compiled."-Law Magazine

"The object has evidently been to render the work practically useful to persons in any way, as Officers or Members, connected with any Corporation; and we think that object is eminently answered. Vast research and diligence are displayed in the execution."-The Times.

Cooper's Chancery Acts and Orders, 1852Second Edition.

The NEW CHANCERY ACTS and the GENERAL ORDERS of 1852, complete, with copious Indexes. Edited by CHARLES PURTON COOPER, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Counsel. 12mo. 4s. sewed.

ALSO,

MR. CHARLES PURTON COOPER'S MANUAL of CHANCERY CHAMBER PRACTICE, uniform with the Second Edition of his "New Chancery Acts and Orders." 12mo. 1s. 6d. sewed.

Coote's Ecclesiastical Practice.

The PRACTICE of the ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS, with Forms and Tables of Costs. By HENRY CHARLES COOTE, Proctor in Doctors' Commons, &c. One thick Vol. 8vo. 28s. boards.

"This is a well timed and well executed publication. A more acceptable compilation, to country solicitors especially, it is difficult to conceive."-Morning Chronicle.

Ecclesiastical Practice is now for the first time made the subject of a formal and elaborate treatise. The principles reviewed have been before illustrated by Clerke, Conset and Oughton, and the latter introduced some Precedents; but these have become wholly obsolete and useless, and it has remained for Mr. Coote, by a combination of industry and experience, to give to the Profession a work which has been long wanted, but which so few are competent to supply."Law Times.

Pothier on Partnership, by Tudor.

A TREATISE on the CONTRACT of PARTNERSHIP, by POTHIER; with the Civil Code and Code of Commerce relating to that subject in the same order, translated from the French; with Notes referring to the Decisions of the English Courts. By OWEN DAVIES TUDOR, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law. 8vo. 5s. cloth.

"English lawyers would very generally be glad to make a more intimate acquaintance with Pothier, if they could do so without the trouble of translating him for themselves; and they will therefore thank Mr. Tudor for having performed that labour for them, and enabled them to master the treatise of the great French jurist."-Law Times.

Browne on Actions at Law.

A PRACTICAL TREATISE on ACTIONS at LAW, embracing the subjects of Notice of Action; Limitation of Actions; necessary Parties to and proper Forms of Actions, the Consequence of Mistake therein; and the Law of Costs with reference to Damages. By ROWLAND JAY BRowne, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, Special Pleader. 8vo. 16s. boards.

"The most copious and most recent information is furnished upon every subject of which he proposes to treat, and the Work, which is eminently useful to Common Law practitioners in all situations, is indispensable at Nisi Prius."Times.

Archer's Index to Unrepealed Statutes.

An INDEX to the UNREPEALED STATUTES connected with the Administration of the Law in England and Wales, commencing with the Reign of William the Fourth and continued up to the close of the Session 1850. BY THOMAS G. ARCHER, Solicitor. 8vo. 5s. boards.

"A great desideratum to all those whose professional avocations or judicial functions impose on them the necessity of a frequent reference to the Statute Book. We have tested the work, and find it perfectly accurate."-- Legal Observer.

Gunning on Tolls.

A PRACTICAL TREATISE on the LAW of TOLLS; and therein of Tolls Thorough and Traverse; Fair and Market Tolls; Canal, Ferry, Port and Harbour Tolls; Turnpike Tolls; Rateability of Tolls; Exemption from Tolls; Remedies and Evidence in Actions for Tolls. By FREDERICK GUNNING, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at Law. 8vo. 9s. boards.

Davis's County Courts Evidence.

A MANUAL of the LAW of EVIDENCE on the Trial of Actions and other Proceedings in the New County Courts. By JAMES EDWARD DAVIS, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law. 12mo. 8s. boards.

"A useful and well-arranged manual."-Law Magazine.

James on Land and Building Societies.

The RIGHT and COST of REDEEMING PROPERTY mortgaged to BENEFIT-BUILDING SOCIETIES, and FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETIES. BY J. H. JAMES, of the Middle Temple, Esq., Barrister at Law. 12mo. 5s. boards.

Scriven on Copyholds.-Fourth Edition.By Stalman.

A TREATISE on COPYHOLD, CUSTOMARY FREEHOLD, and ANCIENT DEMESNE TENURE; with the Jurisdiction of Courts Baron and Courts Leet. Also an Appendix containing Rules for holding Customary Courts, Courts Baron, and Courts Leet; Forms of Court Rolls, Deputations, and Copyhold Assurances, and Extracts from the relative Acts of Parliament. By JOHN SCRIVEN, Serjeant at Law. The FOURTH EDITION, embracing all the authorities to the present period, by HENRY STALMAN, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. Two Vols. royal 8vo. 21. 10s. boards.

Keyser on the Law of the Stock Exchange.

THE LAW relating to TRANSACTIONS on the STOCK EXCHANGE. By HENRY KEYSER, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law. 12mo. 8s. cloth.

"A compact exposition of the Law relating to the Funds and to the Stock Exchange, useful alike to the public and to the practitioner."-Spectator.

"This work has been performed in a clear and distinct manner, no work of a similar kind is in existence."-Bell's Messenger.

"Of Mr. Keyser's book, as a work of reference, we are enabled to speak in unqualified terms."-Britannia.

Wills on Circumstantial Evidence.-Third Edition.

An ESSAY on the PRINCIPLES of CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE, illustrated by Numerous Cases. THIRD EDITION. BY WILLIAM WILLS, Esq. 8vo. 9s. boards.

"I have read this Essay thoroughly, and with great satisfaction, it is written strongly and elegantly, with conclusive evidence of much research and profound reflection."-The late Chancellor Kent.

Law Student's Guide.

THE LAW STUDENT'S GUIDE; containing an Historical Treatise on each of the Inns of Court, with their Rules and Customs respecting Admission, Keeping Terms, Call to the Bar, Chambers, &c., Remarks on the Jurisdiction of the Benchers, Observations on the Study of the Law, and other useful Information. By P. B. Leigh, Esq., of Gray's Inn, Barrister at Law. 12mo. 6s. boards.

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