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THE CONSOLIDATION ACTS.
THE THIRD EDITION of the CONSOLIDATION

ACTS of 1845 and 1847. With voluminous NOTES, comprising the whole Law of Undertakings carried on by special Act of Parliament, the 700 Cases decided on them and an APPENDIX of Forms and Statutes referred to. By GEORGE TAYLER, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Being the Third Edition of Cox's Consolidation Acts. In one large volume, price 30s. cloth; 33s. half-bound; 34s. bound.

A READING A of

the ACT 23 & 24 VICT. Cap. 145 (28th August 1860) to give to Trustees, Mortgagees, and others certain powers now commonly inserted in Settlements, Mortgages and Wills. By ALBERT GORDON LANGLEY, Esq., Barristerat-Law, and holder of a Studentship of the Inns of Court. 200 pages, with a Table of Cases and an Appendix of Precedents. Price 7s. 6d., cloth.

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ORD ST. LEONARDS ACT. A Reading of the

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THE

THE REFRESHMENT HOUSES and WINE

LICENCES ACT (23 Vict. c. 27), together with an Analysis and Summary of the Statute, and copious Index. By T. W. SAUNDERS, Esq., Barrister - at - Law, Recorder of Bath, Author of “The New Practice of Magistrates' Courts,” the “Militia Acts," &c. &c. Price 25. sewn ; 28. 6d. cloth.

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THE

NEW PRACTICE of the COMMON LAW.

By J. PATERSON, H. MACNAMARA, and W. MARSHALL, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. In Two Volumes, price 31s. 6d. cloth ; 345. half-calf; 35s. 6d. calf; with all the Forms in the right place in the text. The following is a summary of the Contents:

INTRODUCTION.-1. The several Superior Courts of Common Law, their jurisdic

tion and sittings—2. Practice of the court, how regulated; terms and officers3. Limitations of action and notice of action-4. Forms of actions and parties

to actions. PROCEEDINGS IN A PERSONAL ACTION.--1. The writ of summons-2. Appearance

and default of appearance-3. Pleadings-4. The issue on a trial at Nisi Prius --5. Notice of trial - 6. Means of evidence and preparations for trial—7. Putting off the trial —8. Forcing on trial-9. Nisi Prius record and entering cause for trial--10. The brief-11. Trial at bar-12. Trial at Nisi Prius 13. Motion for new trial--14. Arrest of judgment-15. Judgment non obstante veredicto—16. Repleader-17. Trial de novo-18. Writ of trial-19. Trial by a judge without a jurs- 20. Feigned issue-21. Trial of questions of fact without pleadings22. Postea--23. Costs -24. Judgment after verdict-25. Audita querela -- 26. Proceedings in error-27. Execution on judgments-28 Attachment of debts due to a judgment debtor-29. Entry of satisfaction on the roll.

BOOK II.
VARIATIONS IN AN ACTION ARISING FROM THE CHARACTER AND SITUATION OF THE

PARTIES, AND THE NATURE OF THE ACTION.--1. Paupers-2. Infants-3. Hus-
band and wife-4. Plaintiffs and defendants-5. Idiots and Lunatics--6. Aliens,
toreigners, &c. out of the jurisdiction-- 7. Bankrupts and Insolvents-8. Heirs
and devisees—9. Peers and members of Parliament-- 10. Clergymen-11.
Hundredors – 12. Justices, constables, and parties acting under statutes - 13.
Prisoners-14. Corporations and quasi corporations – 15. Bail, arrest of abscond-
ing debtors-16. Bail, proceedings after the arrest-17. Special bail-18. Bail
in arrest under Absconding Debtors Arrest Act-19. Discontinuance, nolle
prosequi, non pros— 20. Security for costs--21. Consolidating actions-22. Claim
of conusance - 23. Change of venue- 24. Pleas in abatement and preliminary
pleas--25. Plea puis darrein continuance-26. Nul tiel record--27. Demurrer
28. Special case-29. Payment into court-30. Interpleader-31. Proceedings
in Ejectment-32. Replerin--33. Actions on bills of exchange-34. Warrant of
attorney, cognovit, jungt's order, judgment by default, reference to master,
writ of inquiry—35. Mandamus, injunction, equitable defences--36. Staying
proceedings-37. Setting aside proceedings-38. Death of a party during action
-39. Revivor and scire facias-40. Outlawry-41. Amendment.

BOOK III.
SUMMARY, PECULIAR, AND APPELLATE PROCEDURE OF THE COURTS.-1. Motions and

rules --2. Summonses and orders - 3. Atfidavits-4. Attachment -5. Arbitration
6. Removal of causes from inferior courts-7. Appellate jurisdiction over County
Court-8. Railway and Canal Traffic Act-9. Proceedings on the Common Law
side of the Court of Chancery--10. Attorneys.

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THE NEW PRACTICE OF THE LAW.
THE COMPLETE PRACTICE of the LAW of

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THE ARTICLED CLERK'S HAND-BOOK,

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Just published, price 6s., a concise and easy system of

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been in use for nearly fifty years in the Offices of some of the most respectable Firms in London: to which are added, Observations on Single and Double Entry, and the General Principles of Book-keeping ; Remarks on the History of Accounts and Book-keeping, and an Explanatory Introduction; together with an Exposition of Commercial and Monetary Terms, Notes on the subject of Costs, Accounts, Interest, &c., and various useful memoranda. By WILLIAM MACKENZIE, Solicitor.

THE SECOND EDITION of the NEW PRAC

TICE of EVIDENCE, By E. POWELL, Esq., Barrister-atLaw, Author of "The Law of Carriers,” &c. With all the Cases to this time.

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CONTENTS:

CAP.
PART I.

PART II. ON WRITTEN EVIDENCE.
I. General Principles of Evidence CAP.
2. On the Functions of Judge and Jury 1. On Written Evidence
3. On Bills of Exceptions, New Trials, 2. On Public and Judicial Writings

and Demurrers tu Evidence. - On 3. On Depositions

the Competency of Witnesses 4. On Public Non-judicial Writings 4. On the rule that the best Evidence 5. On Private Writings, Inspection and

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7. On Secondary Evidence.- Proof of 6. On Evidence in matters of Opinion Handwriting-Attesting Witnesses 7. On Privileged Knowledge and Com

- Writings that Refresh the Memunications

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THE ADVOCATE: HIS TRAINING, PRACTICE, ,

RIGHTS and DUTIES. By EDWARD W. COX, Esq., Barristerat-Law, Recorder of Falmouth and Helston. Dedicated, by permission, to Lord Denman. Vol. I., large 8vo., price 158. cloth; 178. 6d. half-bound; 18s. 6d, calf.

CONTENTS: 1. Introduction

20. Practice in Chambers 2. Capacities

21. The Inns of Court 3. Natural Qualifications

22. Student Life in the Temple 4. Physical Qualifications

23. The Call 5. Mental Qualifications

24. Reflection 6. Pecuniary Resources

25. Choice of a Circuit
7. Will and Courage

26. The Circuit
8. The Training of the Advocate 27. Practice in Chambers
9. Moral Training

28. Cases for Opinion
10. Practical Morals

29. Advising on Evidence 11. Intellectual Training

30. Reading a Brief 12. How to Study

31. Consultations 13 How to Read

32. The Practice of the Courts 14. What to Read

33. The Examination in Chief 15. Studies for Information

34. Cross-examination 16. Studies that Educate

35. Re-examination 17. Professional Studies

36. The Defence 18. Physical Training

37. The Reply
19. The Art of Speaking

This Volume is designed for the instruction of Solicitors as well as
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THE

CHE SECOND EDITION of HUGHES'S CONCISE

PRECEDENTS in MODERN CONVEYANCING; containing
Four Hundred and Twenty Precedents, as follows :-
Precedents

Precedents
1. Conditions of Sale

916. Mortgages of Freehold, Lease2. Conveyances of Freehold Estates 42 hold, and Copyhold

39 3. Assignments of Leaseholds, Chat- 17. Mortgages of Stock, Shipping, tels, &c.

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Mixed Mortgages, further
4. Copyhold Assurances
5 Charge, Transfers, &c.

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5. Assurances under Fine and 18. Bonds and Warrants of Attorney,
Recovery Act

18 Notices relating to Mortgages 6. Mixed Assurances

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and Annuities 7. Agreements for Leases

8 19. Releases, Indemnities, and Gua-
8. Leases

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rantees

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9. Grants of Mines, &c.
6 20. Wills

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10. Attornments..
4 21. Partition Deeds

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11. Marriage Articles..
4 22. Appointments

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12. Marriage Settlements

13 23. Trust Deeds
13. Post-nuptial Settlements, &c. 6 | 24. Partnership Deeds
14. Separation Deeds
10 25. Composition Deeds

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15. Equitable Mortgages

7 | 26. Power of Attorr and Notices.. 56 With Practical and Explanatory Notes, Index, &c. Price for the Three

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