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Scott's Costs in the High Court of Justice and other Courts.

Fonrth Edition. By JOHN SCOTT, of the Inner Temple, Esq.,
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1880. Price 11. 6s. cloth. “Mr. Scott's introductory notes are very useful, and the work is now a compendium on the law and practice regarding costs, as well as a book of precedents.”- Law Times. Addison on Wrongs and their Remedies,-Being a Treatise on

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Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer Divisions of the High Court of Justice. With Notes containing the Statutes, Rules, and Practice relating thereto. Eleventh Edition. By THOMAS WILLES

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il. ls, cloth. **All matters and questions relating to securities of a monetary character will b found fully but succinctly handled.” Williams' Law of Executors and Administrators. - A

Treatise on the Law of Executors and Administrators. Eighth Edition
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Price 31. 168. cloth. ** A treatise which occupies a unique position and which is recognised by the Bench and the profession as having paramount authority in the domain of law with which it deals. * Lars Journal. Vrchibald's Forms of Summonses and Orders, with Notes

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diction Act, 1876, Rules of Conrt and Forms, with other Acts, Orders, Rules, and Regulations relating to the Supreme Court of Justice, with Practical Notes. Second Edition. By ARTHUR WILSON, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. (Assisted by HARRY GREENWOOD, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and JOHN BIDDLE, of the Master of the Rolls Chambers.) Royal 12mo. 1878. Price 18s. cloth (or limp

leather for the pocket, price 228. 6d.). A Large Paper Edition of the above (for Mortal Notes), Royal 8vo.

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(Just ready.) srd's Guide to Stephen's New Commentaries on the Laws of England. Seventh Edition. By QUESTION AND ANSWER. Demy 8vo. 1879. Price 123. cloth.

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