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Wharton's Law Lexicon. Second Edition, 1860.

Or, Dictionary of Jurisprudence ; explaining all the Technical Words and Phrases employed in the several Departments of English Law; including also the various Legal Terms used in Commercial Transactions, together with an Explanatory as well as Literal Translation of the Latin Maxims contained in the Writings of the Ancient and Modern Commentators. Second Edition. In royal 8vo., greatly improved and

enlarged. Price £1 5s. cloth. “The task was one of the utmost difficulty, and, upon the whole, Mr. Wharton has achieved it in a creditable manner. Law students will find it of the utmost utility, for there is scarcely any subject relating to law on which they may not here obtain useful information, or, at all events, a hint as to where to look for it.

“We must not omit to notice the very large number of legal maxims which the book contains. They are always accompanied by a good translation, and sometimes by illustrations of the manner in which they have been applied. Articled clerks who have not had the benefit of a complete classical education, will be thankful to Mr. Wharton for the manner in which he has discharged this part of his task.”Solicitors' Journal, 7th January, 1880. Burton on Real Property. Eighth Edition.

An Elementary Compendium of the Law of Real Property. By W. H. BURTON, Esq. With Notes, showing the Alterations in the Law to the present time ; to which is now prefixed an Introductory Chapter giving a concise Historical Outline of such parts of the Law as have been the subject of Statutory alteration. By EDWARD PRIESTLEY

COOPER, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. In 8vo. 1856. Price £1 4s. cloth. Cumin's Manual of Civil Law.

A Manual of Civil Law; or, Examination in the Institutes of Jus. tinian: being

a Translation of and Commentary on that Work, with an Introduction on the History of the Roman Law. By P. COMIN,

M.A., Barrister-at-Law. In 12mo. 1854. Price 10s. 6d., cloth. “The'English Manual of Civil Law' will be of the greatest assistance to students. Let any one read through the text of the Institutes, and master enough of Commen. tary to have a general knowledge of his subject, and he will then appreciate the value of Mr. Cumin's Work.... A work in a catechetical form is of the greatest service as a supplementary contribution to the study of a work which, though elementary, is so hard really to understand and remember as the Institutes.”- Guardian, June 28, 1854. Chancery Orders, 1860. (By Auth

The Consolidated General Orders
with Regulations as to certain Fees
1860. Price 7s. 6d., cloth.



A Book of Costs in the Common Law and Divorce Courts.

By E. W. LE RICHE. In royal 12mo. Price 5s., cloth. Smith's Manual of Equity Jurisprudence.

A Manual of Equity Jurisprudence, founded on “ Story's Commentaries” and “ Spence's Equitable Jurisdiction,” and comprising in a small compass the Points of Equity usually occurring in Chancery and Conveyancing, and in the general practice of a Solicitor. By Josiah W. SMITH, B.C.L., Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Fifth Edition. In 12mo.

1856. Price 10s. 6d., boards. “This is the very book for a Law Student. It is a Treatise on the Science of Equity Jurisprudence. That the work has been appreciated by those who have used it, is proved by that surest test of the practical worth of a law bock-it bas passed into a fifth edition."-Law Times. Selwyn's Abridgment of the Law of Misi Prius, 1859.

Twelfth Edition, with considerable alterations and additions. By
DAVID POWER, of the Middle Temple, Esq., one of Her Majesty's
Counsel, Recorder of Ipswich. In 2 vols., royal 8vo. 1859. Price

£2 16s., cloth. In bringing our notice of the twelfth edition of Selwyn's Nisi Prius' to a close, we can assure Mr. Power that he has fully succeeded in the laborious task which he has undertaken. The whole Profession will feel that it is indebted to him for a work that is in every way deserving high praise and recommendation. A new edition of Selwyn's Nisi Prius' has long been wanted by students, attorneys, and counsel, and at last we are happy to say the task has been accomplished, and a work produced that ought to be found on the shelves of every professional man's library in the kingdom.”--County Courts Chronicle, July 1, 1859. Smith's Compendium of the Law of Real and Personal Pro

perty, 1859. Connected with Conveyancing, designed as a comprehensive and concise Text Book for Students and Practitioners. By JOSIAH WILLIAM SMITH, B.C.L., Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Second

Edition. In 1 thick vol. 8vo. 1859. Price £1 10s. cloth.
Coleman's Chancery Costs.

Bills of Costs in Chancery of Plaintiff and Defendant : also, Costs on
Administration Summons et Chambers, Claim, and other Proceedings
in conformity with recent Orders; together with the Scale of Fees and
Charges under the Order of the 30th January, 1857. By E. COLEMAN.

Second Edition. In royal 12mo. 78. 6d., cloth.
Roscoe's Nisi Prius Evidence.

Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence on the Trial of Actions at Nisi
Prius. Tenth Edition, with considerable additions. By E. SMIRKE.

In royal 12mo. 1860.
Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing. Third Edition.

With Dissertations on its Law and Practice. By FREDERICK PRI-
DEAUX, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. The Third Edition, considerably en-
larged and improved, both by the elaboration and extension of the
Dissertations and by the addition of upwards of 100 Precedents. In

royal 8vo. 1858. Price £1 12s., cloth. Greenwood's Manual of Conveyancing.

A Manual of the Practice of Conveyancing, showing the present Prac-
tice relating to the daily routine of Conveyancing in Solicitors' Offices.
To which are added, Concise Common Forms and Precedents in Con-
veyancing, Conditions of Sales, Conveyances, and all other Assurances in
constant use. By G. W. GREENWOOD. Second Edition, enlarged.
In 12mo. Price 10s. 6d., cloth. 1858.

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