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Warren's Law and Practice of Election Committees.

A MANUAL of the LAW and PRACTICE of ELECTION COMMITTEES, being the concluding portion of a "Manual of Parliamentary Election Law.' By SAMUEL WARREN, D.C.L., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, and Recorder Royal 12mo. 15s. cloth.

of Hull.

A Treatise which appears to exhaust the subject, for we can discover no point on Election Petition Law which has not been touched upon."-Law Times. "The present volume bears internal evidence of the master hand by which alone so important a subject ought to be touched. The arrangement is simple but logical; the authorities are carefully collected and stated; the style is clear and precise, yet rendered agreeable by a freshness and originality which often rival those of the historian and the philosopher."-Morning Herald.

"As long as the law shall remain as it is, this very elaborate and able exposition of it, clearly arranged, and excellently illustrated by the best authorities, will remain the leading book upon the subject."-Examiner.

Warren's Manual of Parliamentary Election Law.

A MANUAL of the PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION LAW of the UNITED KINGDOM, with reference to the Conduct of Elections, and the Registration Court; with a copious Index. By SAMUEL WARREN, D.C.L., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, and Recorder of Hull. One thick volume, royal 12mo. 25s. cloth.

"We are satisfied that, whether as Candidates or Members, or as Agents, Solicitors, or Counsel-all who are interested in Elections that may probably or possibly be contested, and who are engaged in the management thereof, will avail themselves of this invaluable volume."-Legal Observer.

"A work which appears to have been executed with great care."―Jurist. "Mr. Warren's work has the great advantage of bringing down the cases to the present period, and of giving succinctly and clearly the law as it now stands."-Law Magazine.

Quain and Holroyd's Common Law.

The NEW SYSTEM of COMMON LAW PROCEDURE according to the COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1852. By J. R. QUAIN, of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law, and H. HOLROYD, of the Middle Temple, Special Pleader. 12mo. 7s. 6d. cloth.

"Mr. Quain and Mr. Holroyd have rendered good service to the Practitioners in their Commentaries on the various sections of the act."-Legal Observer.

O'Dowd's New Chancery Practice.-Second Edition.

(Dedicated, by permission, to the Right Hon. the Master of the Rolls.) THE NEW PRACTICE of THE COURT of CHANCERY, as regulated by the Acts and Orders for the Improvement of the Jurisdiction of Equity, 15 & 16 Vict. c. 86; for Abolishing the Office of Master, 15 & 16 Vict. c. 80; and for Relief of the Suitors, 15 & 16 Vict. c. 87; with Introduction, Notes, the Acts, the Orders, and a copious Index. By JAMES O'Dowd, Esq., Barrister at Law. Second Edition, corrected, greatly improved, and with the decisions. 12mo. 7s. 6d.



A nicely arranged little book which will not fail to be of service to the Practioner in the Court of Chancery."-Law Magazine.

"The work recommends itself by clearness, method, and comprehensiveness, and is not merely a reprint of the acts, with a few meagre notes, but a well digested, comprehensive, and luminous treatise on these important statutes."-Law Times.

"A comprehensive, compact, and well written treatise on the New Chancery Statutes."-Examiner.

Rouse's Copyhold Enfranchisement Manual,


ROUSE's COPYHOLD ENFRANCHISEMENT MANUAL, containing the Provisions of the Copyhold Act of 1853, with the Act of 1852, for Compulsory Enfranchisement and full instructions as to the Practice under the Act, with copious Notes, upwards of Fifty Forms, Suggestions to Lords, Stewards, and Copyholders, protective of their several interests, and to Valuers in the performance of their duties; Rules (twenty in number) for valuing the Lord's various rights, with Examples and Tables applicable to the Rules, and a Statement of the Law under the previous Acts. By ROLLA ROUSE, Esq., Barrister at Law, Author of "The Practical Man," &c. &c. 12mo. 5s. cloth.

"The object of this very useful little book is to give all the practical rules which can be anywise useful for effecting the commutations, and to enable every one, whether professional or not, to protect his interest in the requisite negociations and arrangements, whether for Commutation or Enfranchisement."-Law Magazine.

Norman's Manual of the New Patent Law.

A TREATISE on the LAW and PRACTICE relating to LETTERS-PATENT for INVENTIONS, as altered and amended by Statutes 15 & 16 Vict. c. 83, and 12 & 13 Vict. c. 109, with the New Rules of Practice in the Offices of Commissioners of Patents, and in the Petty Bag Office in Chancery, and all the Cases down to the time of publication. By JOHN PAXTON NORMAN, M. A., of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. Post 8vo. 7s. 6d. cloth.

"This is a very compact and useful Manual.”—Jurist,


"The object of this Treatise is to furnish a complete view of the Law of Patents; and the author, keeping this object before him, has studied condensation and brevity. Altogether this is a very useful book, and well got up. principles are enunciated with perspicuity, without prolixity; the decisions and statutes incorporated very tersely, and the whole Law of Patents condensed into a small volume without confusion."-Law Times.

Hamel's Laws of the Customs.

The LAWS of the CUSTOMS, consolidated by direction of the Lords Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury (16 & 17 Vict. caps. 106 & 107); with a Commentary containing Practical Forms, Notes of Decisions in Leading Customs Cases, Appendix of Acts; also a Supplement for 1854, containing a Commentary on the three Acts (17 & 18 Vict. caps. 28, 29 and 122), and a Summary of the existing Duties, and a copious Index. By FELIX JOHN HAMEL, Esq., Solicitor for her Majesty's Customs. 1 vol. royal 8vo. 16s. cloth.

"An elaborate commentary on the Laws of the Customs."-The Times. "To the Merchant it will be found an invaluable Guide; to the Customs Officer a most instructive companion; and to the Lawyer the only treatise deserving the name ever given to the profession on the important branch of Commercial Law which it professes to illustrate."-Law Magazine.

"Mr. Hamel's will be found a superior work, clear in exposition, enlarged in view, and yet of so practical a character, as to furnish a safe guide to the merchant or professional man."-Spectator.

"Justices of the Peace and the legal profession generally will find it of the greatest use, in placing before them with extreme care and perspicuity all those provisions of the Customs Laws which now regulate their proceedings."Justice of the Peace.

Oke's Magisterial Synopsis.-Fourth Edit.

(Dedicated, by permission, to the Lord Chief Justice of England.) THE MAGISTERIAL SYNOPSIS: comprising Summary Convictions and Indictable Offences, with their Penalties, Punishment, &c., and the Stages of Procedure, tabularly arranged, together with all other Proceedings before Justices out of Quarter Sessions: adapted practically throughout to the Provisions of Sir John Jervis's Acts, with Forms, Cases, Copious Notes and Observations, &c. Fourth Edition, enlarged and improved. By GEORGE C. ОKE, Assistant Clerk to the Newmarket Bench of Justices, Author of "The Magisterial Formulist." 8vo. 21s. cloth.

In this improved Edition the important Statutes and Decisions of the last two years relating to Magisterial Practice, are now incorporated.

Oke's Magisterial Formulist.

The MAGISTERIAL FORMULIST, being a Complete Collection of Forms and Precedents for practical use in all Matters out of Quarter Sessions, adapted to the Outlines of Forms in Jervis's Acts, 11 & 12 Vict. cc. 42, 43, with an Introduction, Explanatory Directions, Variations and Notes brought down to 12 & 13 Vict. By GEORGE C. OKE, Author of The" Magisterial Synopsis." 8vo. 21s. cloth.

***The above Work is intended as a Companion to "Oke's Magisterial Synopsis," and may be used with that or other Books of Magisterial Practice.

"The same care pervades the present elaborate work as characterized the Author' earlier labours, and the utter uselessness of old forms since the passing of Jervis's Acts, render it of paramount utility."-Britannia.

Oke's Solicitors' Book-Keeping.

AN IMPROVED SYSTEM of SOLICITORS' BOOK-KEEPING, 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. By GEORGE C. OKE, Author of "The Magisterial Synopsis," and "The Magisterial Formulist." 8vo. 5s. cloth.

"Mr. Oke has rendered great service to the profession in compiling the above admirably arranged work. The value and necessity of such a work as this to Solicitors is obvious, and we predict for it a speedy sale."-Law Magazine.

Manuals for Country Attorneys, &c.

Moore's Solicitor's Book of Practical Forms, containing an Abridgment of the Stamp Acts, and a variety of useful Forms and Instructions not to be found in the Text Books, but constantly required in Solicitors' Offices, especially with reference to Common Apprenticeships - Conditions of Sale-Contracts-Statutory Declarations-Powers of Attorney -and Wills,-and to the preparation of Annuity, Legacy, and Residuary Accounts,-and Applications for increase and return of Duties on Probates and Letters of Administration,—with numerous Variations, Schedules, and Tables showing the different Rates of Duty and the Amount from One Penny to £100. By HENRY MOORE, Esq. 12mo. 7s. 6d. cloth.

"A useful collection of Forms commonly required in the office of a Solicitor. From the account of its contents it will be seen that it offers a great deal of really useful information in a small space."-The Law Times.

"The Forms selected are not only serviceable and carefully drawn, but many of them are such as can rarely be met with in the ordinary way; they will undoubtedly be of considerable utility to the general practitioner."-The Justice of the Peace.

"We can confidently recommend the volume as a most useful contribution to the Solicitor's working library."-The Globe.

"These Practical Forms, as far as we have examined them, are carefully drawn."-Law Magazine.

Moore's Country Attorney's Pocket Remembrancer, containing a Collection of useful Forms required by Country Attorneys, Land Agents, Surveyors, &c. upon a variety of occasions, when from home; with Practical Instructions for Deeds, Wills, &c. &c., and Variations adapting the Forms to almost every variety of circumstances; to which is added, a Collection of novel and useful Interest, Regal, and other Tables, designed by the Author exclusively for this and his other Works. Second Edition. By HENRY MOORE, Esq. 12mo. 7s. cloth; or bound as a pocket book, 8s.

Moore's Instructions for preparing Abstracts of TITLES, after the most improved System of eminent Conveyancers; to which is added, a Collection of Precedents, showing the method-not only of abstracting every species of Deeds, but also of so connecting them together, by collateral Documents, as to form a complete Title. Second Edition, with considerable Additions. By HENRY MOORE, Esq. 12mo. 6s. cloth.

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