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Smith (Josiah W.).—A Manual of Equity Jurisprudence for Students
(15th ed. by Sydney E. Williams)
Smyly (W. C.).-The Annual County Courts Practice, 1900
Stephenson (Guy).-See Jervis (Sir John).
Stevens (T. M.).—The Elements of Mercantile Law.
Stockman (F. C.).-A Practical Guide for Sanitary Inspectors
A Concise Introduction to Conveyancing
Stringer (F. A.).-See The Annual Practice.
Tallack (William).—Penological and Preventive Principles
Author and Hubert Stuart Moore)
Underhill (Arthur).-A Summary of the Law of Torts (7th ed. by the
and Strahan (J. Andrew).—The Principles of the
Walker (T. A.).—A History of the Law of Nations .
Wallace (P. W., Q.C.) and Williamson (J. B.).—The Law and Practice
relating to Letters Patent for Inventions
Warburton (H.).—See Wigram (W. Knox).
Wheeler (Percy F.).-See Kerr (William W.).
White (C. Arnold).-See Pitt-Lewis (G.).
Wigram (W. Knox).-The Justice's Notebook (7th ed. by H. War
Will (John S., Q.C.).—The Law relating to Electric Lighting and Energy 315 Williams (Joshua).-Principles of the Law of Personal Property
TABLE OF CASES, 1900.
[This table includes only recent cases specially noted or discussed.]
A. B. & Co., Re, 219.
African Concessions, Re, 13, 14. Allen v. Gold Reefs of W. A., 217. Armitage v. Moore, 325.
Att.-Gen. v. L. & N. W. Ry. Co.,
v. London County Council,
Great Western Ry. v. London &
County Banking Co., 323.
Greenwood v. Leather Shod Wheel Co., 110, 217.
Hickman v. Maisey, 218.
Hollis' Hospital and Hagues' Contract, Re, 10.
Hope, Re, 9.
v. Merthyr Tydfil Union, Hope v. Walter, 108.
De Nicols v. Curlier, 104.
Dixon, Re, 324.
Durant & Co. v. Roberts, 115.
Equitable Life Ass. Society of the
U.S. v. Bishop, 105.
Farina v. Fickus, Re Fickus, 114.
Foster v. Globe Venture Synd., 220. Gordon v. Street, 7.
Pearson & l'Anson, Re, 12.
Pouey v. Hordern, 221.
Powell v. Main Colliery Co., 317.
Grant v. Gold Exploration Syndicate, Powell v. Powell, 112.
Pryor v. Pryor, 325, 326.
R. v. Glamorgan Council, 6.
v. Gray, 219.
Rice v. Noakes, 113, 322.
v. Reed, 106.
Rudd v. Lascelles, 220.
Sanders-Clark v. Grosvenor Man
sions Co., 328.
Sans Pareil, H.M.S., 320.
Santley v. Wilde, 7.
Sims v. Registrar of Probates, 213. South African Breweries, Ltd. v. King, 105.
Stamford Banking Co. and Knight's Contract, Re, 115.
Tebb v. Cave, 224.
Trinidad Asphalt Co. v. Ambard, 2, 3. Upperton v. Ridley, 222.
Varley v. Whipp, 224.
Savoy Hotel Co. v. London County Vautin, Re, 326.
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