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SALES.-Blackburn on Sales. A Treatise on the Effect of the Contract of Sale on the Legal Rights of Property and Possession in Goods, Wares, and Merchandise. By Lord BLACKBURN. 2nd Edit. By J. C. GRAHAM, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1885. 17. 18. "We have no hesitation in saying that the work has been edited with remarkable ability and success."-Law Quarterly Review.
SALES OF LAND. Clerke and Humphry's Concise Treatise on the Law relating to Sales of Land. By AUBREY ST. JOHN CLERKE, and HUGH M. HUMPHRY, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1885. 17. 58. SALVAGE.—Kennedy's Treatise on the Law of Civil Salvage.- By the Hon. Sir WILLIAM R. KENNEDY, a Justice of the High Court. Royal 8vo. 1891.
128. The best work on the law of salvage. It is a complete exposition of the subject, and as such is accurate and exhaustive."-Law Times.
SHERIFF LAW.-Mather's Compendium of Sheriff Law, especially in relation to Writs of Execution.-By PHILIP E. MATHER, Solicitor and Notary, formerly Under Sheriff of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Royal 8vo. 1894.
We think that this book will be of very great assistance to any persons who may fill the positions of high sheriff and under-sheriff from this time forth. The whole of the legal profession will derive great advantage from having this volume to consult."-Law Times.
SHIPPING.-Marsden's Digest of Cases relating to Shipping, Admiralty, and Insurance Law, down to the end of 1897.-By REGINALD G. MARSDEN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Author of "The Law of Collisions at Sea." Royal Svo. 1899.
Pulling's Merchant Shipping Act, 1894.- With Introduction,
Interleaved and bound in blue leather, net 118.
Temperley's Merchant Shipping Act, 1894 (57 & 58 Vict. c. 60). With an Introduction; Notes, including all Cases decided under the former enactments consolidated in this Act; a Comparative Table of Sections of the Former and Present Acts; an Appendix of Rules, Regulations, Forms, etc., and a Copious Index.-By ROBERT TEMPERLEY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1895.
"A full, complete, and most satisfactory work."-Law Quarterly Review. "A monument of well-directed industry and knowledge directed to the elucidation of the most comprehensive and complicated Act.”—Law Journal.
SLANDER.-Odgers.-Vide "Libel and Slander."
SOLICITORS.-Cordery's Law relating to Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Judicature. With an Appendix of Statutes and Rules, the Colonial Attornies Relief Acts, and Notes on Appointments open to Solicitors, and the Right to Admission to the Colonies, to which is added an Appendix of Precedents. Third Edition. By A. CORDERY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1899.
"The leading authority on the law relating to solicitors."-Law Journal.
Turner. Vide "Conveyancing" and "Vendors and Purchasers."
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.-Fry's Treatise on the Specific Performance of Contracts. By the Right Hon. Sir EDWARD FRY. Third Edition. By the Author and E. PORTSMOUTH FRY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1892.
"The standard work on Specific Performance."-Law Gazette. STAMP ACTS.-Highmore's Stamp Act, 1891, and the Stamp Duties Management Act, 1891. With an Introduction and Notes, and a copious Index. By NATHANIEL JOSEPH HIGHMORE, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Assistant-Solicitor of the Inland Revenue. Demy 8vo. 1891.
"A useful guide to those who desire to understand the present state of the stamp laws."-Law Journal.
STATUTE LAW.-Wilberforce on Statute Law. The Principles
Chitty's Statutes.-New Edition.-The Statutes of Practical Utility, from the earliest times to 1894 inclusive. Arranged in Alphabetical and Chronological Order; with Notes and Indexes. Fifth Edition. By J. M. LELY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. Complete with Index. In 13 Volumes. 1894-1895.
Annual Supplements. By J. M. LELY, Esq. 1895, 58. 1896, 10s. 1897, 58. 1898, 78. 6d. 1899, 7s. 6d. "It is a book which no public library should be without."Spectator.
"We think that the present edition will not only keep up, but add to the reputation of the work, and render it a work of permanent value to the practising lawyer."-Solicitors' Journal.
"The profession will feel grateful both to the editor and the publishers of a work which will be found of the highest value."— Law Journal.
"A legal work of the very highest importance. . . . Few besides lawyers will, we suspect, realise the amount of work which such an undertaking involves to the editor, who appears to have spared no pains to give a clear, orderly, and methodical character to the compilation."-Daily News.
This collection has fulfilled a purpose of usefulness only to be understood by those who are acquainted with the amazing complexity of English statute law. with its bewildering incoherence and painful heterogeneity."—Pall Mall Gazette.
"The efforts of the editor of Chitty's Statutes are directed to the collection and arrangement, under convenient heads, of all the body of practical legislation under which we live."-Daily Chronicle.
"Indispensable in the library of every lawyer.”—Saturday Review. "We have examined, with some care and much interest, each volume as it has come with rapidity and accuracy from the press, and we must confess to some amazement at the remarkable skill and expedition with which the compilation has progressed. Not only to lawyers, but to all concerned with the laws of England. Chitty's Statutes of Practical Utility are of essential importance, whilst to the practising lawyer they are an absolute necessity."-Law Times.
"It is apparently the belief of some popular novelists that lawyers in their difficulties still uniformly consult daily Coke upon Littleton and Blackstone. Those who know better are aware that the lawyer's Bible is the Statutes of Practical Utility'—that they are his working tools, even more than accredited text-books or authorised reports.' More than one judge has been heard to say that with the Statutes of Practical Utility' at his elbow on the bench he was apprehensive of no difficulties which might arise.”— The Times.
All standard Law Works are kept in Stock, in law calf and other bindings.
119 & 120, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.0. SUCCESSION.-Holdsworth and Vickers' Law of Succession, Testamentary and Intestate. Demy 8vo. 1899. 10s. 6d. SUMMARY CONVICTIONS.-Paley's Law and Practice of Summary Convictions under the Summary Jurisdiction Acts, 1848-1884; including Proceedings Preliminary and Subsequent to Convictions, and the Responsibility of Convicting Magistrates and their Officers, with the Summary Jurisdiction Rules, 1886, and Forms.-Seventh Edition. By W. H. MACNAMARA, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1892. 248. TAXPAYERS' GUIDES.-Vide "House," "Income," & "Land Tax." THEATRES AND MUSIC HALLS.-Geary's Law of Theatres and Music Halls, including Contracts and Precedents of Contracts.-By W. N. M. GEARY, J.P. With Historical Introduction. By JAMES WILLIAMS, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. 8vo. 1885. 58. TITHES.-Studd's Law of Tithes and Tithe Rent-Charge.-Being a Treatise on the Law of Tithe Rent-Charge, with a sketch of the History and Law of Tithes prior to the Commutation Acts, and including the Tithe Act of 1891, with the Rules thereunder. Second Edition. By EDWARD FAIRFAX STUDD, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 1891.
"This work is thoroughly reliable.”—Solicitors' Journal. TORTS.-Addison on Torts.-A Treatise on the Law of Torts; or Wrongs and their Remedies. Seventh Edition. By HORACE SMITH, Esq., Bencher of the Inner Temple, Metropolitan Magistrate, Editor of "Addison on Contracts," &c., and A. P. PERCEVAL KEEP, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1893.
"As an exhaustive digest of all the cases which are likely to be cited in practice it stands without a rival."-Law Journal.
"As now presented, this valuable treatise must prove highly acceptable to judges and the profession."-Law Times.
"An indispensable addition to every lawyer's library."-Law Magazine. Ball's Leading Cases on the Law of Torts, with Notes. Edited by W. E. BALL, LL.D., Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Author of "Principles of Torts and Contracts." Royal 8vo. 1884. Bigelow's Elements of the Law of Torts.-A Text-Book for Students. By MELVILLE M. BIGELOW, Ph.D., Lecturer in the Law School of the University of Boston, U.S.A. Crown 8vo. 1889. 10s. 6d. Innes' Principles of the Law of Torts.-By L. C. INNES, lately one of the Judges of the High Court, Madras, Author of "A Digest of the Law of Easements." Demy 8vo. 1891.
"A useful addition to any law library."-Law Quarterly Review. Pollock's Law of Torts: a Treatise on the Principles of Obligations arising from Civil Wrongs in the Common Law, to which is added the draft of a code of Civil Wrongs prepared for the Government of India. Fifth Edition. By Sir FREDERICK POLLOCK, Bart., Barristerat-Law. Author of "Principles of Contract," "A Digest of the Law of Partnership," &c. Demy 8vo. 1897.
"Concise, logically arranged, and accurate."-Law Times. "Incomparably the best work that has been written on the subject."Literature, Oct. 23, 1897.
"A book which is well worthy to stand beside the companion volume on 'Contracts.' Unlike so many law-books, especially on this subject, it is no mere digest of cases, but bears the impress of the mind of the writer from beginning to end."-Law Journal.
Shearwood's Sketch of the Law of Tort for the Bar and Solicitors' Final Examinations. By JOSEPH A. SHEARWOOD, Esq., Barrister-atLaw. Royal 12mo. 1886.
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TRADE MARKS.-Sebastian on the Law of Trade Marks and their Registration, and matters connected therewith, including a chapter on Goodwill; the Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Acts, 1883-8, and the Trade Marks Rules and Instructions thereunder; with Forms and Precedents; the Merchandize Marks Acts, 1887-94, and other Statutory Enactments; the United States Statutes, 1870-82, and the Rules and Forms thereunder; and the Treaty with the United States, 1877. By LEWIS BOYD SEBASTIAN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Fourth Edition. By the Author and HARRY BAIRD HEMMING, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1899. 17. 10s.
"Stands alone as an authority upon the law of trade-marks and their registration."-Law Journal.
"It is rarely we come across a law book which embodies the results of years of careful investigation and practical experience in a branch of law, or that can be unhesitatingly appealed to as a standard authority. This is what can be said of Mr. Sebastian's book."-Solicitors' Journal.
Sebastian's Digest of Cases of Trade Mark, Trade Name, Trade Secret, Goodwill, &c., decided in the Courts of the United Kingdom, India, the Colonies, and the United States of America. By LEWIS BOYD SEBASTIAN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 8vo. 1879. 17. 18. "Will be of very great value to all practitioners who have to advise on matters connected with trade marks."-Solicitors' Journal.
TRAMWAYS.-Sutton's Tramway Acts of the United Kingdom; with Notes on the Law and Practice, an Introduction, including the Proceedings before the Committees, Decisions of the Referees with respect to Locus Standi, and a Summary of the Principles of Tramway Rating, and an Appendix containing the Standing Orders of Parliament. Rules of the Board of Trade relating to Tramways, &c. Second Edition. By HENRY SUTTON, assisted by ROBERT A. BENNETT, Barristers-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1883. TRUSTS AND TRUSTEES.-Ellis' Trustee Act, 1893, including a Guide for Trustees to Investments. By ARTHUR LEE ELLIS, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Fifth Edit. Roy. 12mo. 1894.
68. "The entire Act is annotated, and the way in which this is done is satisfactory."-Law Journal.
"Mr. Arthur Lee Ellis gives many valuable hints to trustees, not only with regard to the interpretation of the measure, but also with regard to investments."
Godefroi's Law Relating to Trusts and Trustees.-Second Edit. By HENRY GODEFROI, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo.
11. 128. "The second edition of this work which lies before us is a model of what a legal text-book ought to be. It is clear in style and clear in arrangement."Law Times.
VENDORS AND PURCHASERS.. Dart's Vendors and Pur-
Turner's Duties of Solicitor to Client as to Sales, Purchases, and
"The most skilled in practical conveyancing would gain many useful hints from a perusal of the book, and we recommend it in all confidence."-Law Notes. All standard Law Works are kept in Stock, in law calf and other bindings.
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Webster's Law Relating to Particulars and Conditions of Sale on a Sale of Land.-With Appendix of Forms. Second Edition. By WILLIAM FREDERICK WEBSTER, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1896.
"This is the Second Edition of a well arranged and useful book, and the usefulness will not be impaired by the fact that the authority for each proposition and the reference to such authority are cited in the text itself instead of being relegated to a footnote."-Law Journal.
Webster's Conditions of Sale under the Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897. Being a Supplement to above. Royal 8vo. 1899. Net 28. WAR, DECLARATION OF.-Owen's Declaration of War.-A Survey of the Position of Belligerents and Neutrals, with relative considerations of Shipping and Marine Insurance during War. By DOUGLAS OWEN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1889. 218. Owen's Maritime Warfare and Merchant Shipping.-A Summary of the Rights of Capture at Sea. By DOUGLAS OWEN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1898. Net 28. WILLS.-Theobald's Concise Treatise on the Law of Wills.Fourth Edition. By H. S. THEOBALD, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1895.
"Comprehensive though easy to use, and we advise all conveyancers to get a copy of it without loss of time."-Law Journal.
"Of great ability and value. It bears on every page traces of care and sound judgment."-Solicitors' Journal.
The work is, in our opinion, an excellent one, and of very great value, not only as a work of reference, but also for those who can afford to give special time to the study of the subject with which it deals.”—Law Student's Journal.
Weaver's Precedents of Wills.-A Collection of Concise Precedents of Wills, with Introduction, Notes, and an Appendix of Statutes. By CHARLES WEAVER, B.A. Post 8vo. 1882. WINDING UP.-Palmer's Company Precedents. For use in relation to Companies, subject to the Companies Acts, 1862-1890. Part II. WINDING-UP FORMS AND PRACTICE. Arranged as follows:Compulsory Winding-Up, Voluntary Winding-Up, Winding-Up under Supervision, Arrangements and Compromises, with a Chapter on Debentures, and copious Notes, and an Appendix of Acts and Rules. Seventh Edition. By FRANCIS BEAUFORT PALMER, assisted by FRANK EVANS, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1897. 328. "Palmer's Company Precedents' is the book par excellence for practitioners. It is needless to recommend Mr. Palmer's book to the profession, for it is already known and appreciated. We advise those who have any doubts to consult it, and they will be in agreement with us."-Law Journal.
"Simply invaluable, not only to company lawyers, but to everybody connected with companies."-Financial News.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT.-Vide "Employers' Liability."
WRECK INQUIRIES.-Murton's Law and Practice relating to Formal Investigations in the United Kingdom, British Possessions and before Naval Courts into Shipping Casualties and the_Incompetency and Misconduct of Ships' Officers. With an Introduction. By WALTER MURTON, Solicitor to the Board of Trade. Demy 8vo. 1884. 11. 48. WRONGS.-Addison, Ball, Pollock, Shearwood.-Vide "Torts." STEVENS AND SONS, LD., 119 & 120, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON.