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Just Published, in 8vo, price 75. 6d., cloth,
BRITISH CONSULAR JURISDICTION IN THE EAST,
WITH TOPICAL INDICES OF CASES ON APPEAL FROM, AND RELATING TO, CONSULAR COURTS AND CONSULS;
Also a Collection of Statutes concerning Consuls.
By C. J. TARRING, M.A.,
ASSISTANT JUDGE OF H.B.M. SUPREME CONSULAR COURT FOR THE LEVANT.
In one volume, 8vo, price 8s. 6d., cloth,
NEW LAW OF PATENTS, DESIGNS, & TRADE MARKS,
CONSISTING OF THE PATENTS, DESIGNS, AND TRADE MARKS ACT, 1883, WITH THE RULES AND FORMS, FULLY ANNOTATED
WITH CASES, &c. And a Statement of the Principles of the Law upon those subjects, with a Time Table
and Copious Index. By EDWARD MORTON DANIEL, OF LINCOLN S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, ASSOCIATE OF THE INSTITUTE OF PATENT AGENTS.
In 8vo, price 8s., cloth,
The TRADE MARKS REGISTRATION ACT, 1875,
And the Rules thereunder ; THE MERCHANDISE MARKS ACT, 1862, with an
Introduction containing a SUMMARY OF THE LAW OF TRADE MARKS, together with practical Notes and Instructions, and a copious INDEX. By EDWARD MORTON DANIEL, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
Second Edition, in one volume, 8vo, price 16s., cloth,
A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE
STATUTE LAW OF THE LIMITATIONS OF ACTIONS.
With an Appendix of Statutes, Copious References to English, Irish, and American Cases,
and to the French Code, and a Copious Index
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW. « The work is decidedly valuable."--Law Times. "Mr. Banning has adhered to the plan of printing the Acts in an appendix, and making his book a running treatise on the case-law thereon. The cases have evidently been investigated with care and digested with clearness and intellectuality.”—Law Journal.
In 8vo, price 1s., sewed,
ABOLITION OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.
Embracing more particularly an Enunciation and Analysis of the Principles of Law as
applicable to Criminals of the Highest Degree of Guilt.
OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
THE INDIAN CONTRACT ACT, No. IX., of 1872.
CONTENTS, APPENDIX, AND INDEX.
Second Edition, in 8vo, price 155., cloth,
COLLECTED AND DIGESTED FROM
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS, and other sources.
the Topics referred to, together with Supplementary Cases, Treaties, and Statutes; and Embodying an Account of some of the more important International Transactions and Controversies.
By PITT COBBETT, M.A., D.C.L., OF GRAY'S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, PROFESSOR OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, N.S.W. "The book is well arranged, the materials well, “The notes are concisely written and trust. selected, and the comments to the point. Much worthy. .... The reader will learn from them a
great deal on the subject, and the book as a will be found in small space in this book."-Law i whole seems a convenient introduction to fuller and Journal.
i more systematic works."--Oxford Magazine. Second Edition, in royal 8vo. 1100 pages, price 45s., cloth, STORY'S COMMENTARIES ON EQUITY
AND OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW. "It is high testimony to the reputation of Story, ' has been rendered more perfect by additional and to the editorship of Dr. Grigsby, that another indices."--Law Times. edition should have been called for. . . . The work
Second Edition, in 8vo, price 8s., cloth,
THE PARTITION ACTS, 1868 & 1876.
A Manual of the Law of Partition and of Sale, in Lieu of Partition. With the Decided
Cases, and an Appendix containing Judgments and Orders. By W. GREGORY
WALKER, B.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law. “This is a very good inanual-practical, clearly has carefully brought together the cases, and dis. written, and complete. The subject lends itself cussed the difficulties arising upon the language of well to the mode of treatment adopted by Mr. the different provisions."-Solicitors' Journal. Walker, and in his notes to the various sections he
Second Edition, in 8vo, price 225. cloth,
A TREATISE ON THE LAW AND PRACTICE RELATING TO INFANTS.
By ARCHIBALD H. SIMPSON, M.A., OF LINCOLN'S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AND FELLOW OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. SECOND EDITION. By E. J. ELGOOD, B.C.L., M.A., of Lincoln's Inn,
Barrister-at-Law. "Mr. Simpson's book comprises the whole of the yet in comparatively little space. The result is law relating to infants, both as regards their per due mainly to the businesslike condensation of his sons and their property, and we have not observed style. Fulness, however, has by no means been any very important omissions. The author hasi sacrificed to brevity, and, so far as we have been evidently expended much trouble and care upon able to test it, the work omits no point of any im his work, and has brought together, in a concise portance, from the earliest cases to the last. In and convenient form, the law upon the subject down the essential qualities of clearness, completeness, to the present time." Solicitors' Journal.
and orderly arrangement it leaves nothing to be "Its law is unimpeachable. We have detected desired. no errors, and whilst the work might have been “Lawyers in doubt on any point of law or prac. done more scientifically, it is, beyond all question, tice will find the information they require, if it can a compendium of sound legal principles."-Law be found at all, in Mr. Simpson's book, and a Times.
writer of whom this can be said may congratulate “Mr. Simpson has arranged the whole of the Law himself on having achieved a considerable success." relating to Infants with much fulness of detail, and | --Law Magazine, February, 1876,
In one volume, royal 8vo, 1877, price 30s., cloth,
THE DOCTRINES & PRINCIPLES OF THE LAW OF INJUNCTIONS.
By WILLIAM JOYCE,
OP LINCOLN's inn, BARRISTER-AT·LAW.
“Mr. Joyce, whose learned and exhaustive work on 'The Law and Practice of Injunctions' has gained such a deservedly high reputation in the Profession, now brings out a valuable companion volume on the 'Doctrines and Principles of this important branch of the Law. In the present work the Law is enunciated in its abstract rather than its concrete form, as few cases as possible being cited; while at the same time no statement of a principle is made unsupported by a decision, and for the most part the very language of the Courts has been adhered to. Written as it is by so acknowledged a master of his subject, and with the conscientious carefulness that might be expected from him, this work cannot fail to prove of the greatest assistance alike to the Student--who wants to grasp principles freed from their superincum. bent details and to the practitioner, who wants to refresh his memory on points of doctrine amidst the oppressive details of professional work."--Law Magazine and Review.
BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
In two volumes, royal 8vo, 1872, price 70s., cloth,
THE LAW & PRACTICE OF INJUNCTIONS.
BY WILLIAM JOYCE,
OF LINCOLN'S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
REVIEWS "A work which aims at being so absolutely "From these remarks it will be sufficiently per. complete, as that of Mr. Joyce upon a subject ceived what elaborate and painstaking industry, as which is of almost perpetual recurrence in the well as legal knowledge and ability, has been Courts, cannot fail to be a welcome offering to the necessary in the compilation of Mr. Joyce's work. profession, and doubtless, it will be well received No labour has been spared to save the practitioner and largely used, for it is as absolutely complete as labour, and no research has been omitted which it aims at being. .... This work is, therefore, I could tend towards the elucida eminently a work for the practitioner, being full of cation of the general principles of the Law and practical utility in every page, and every sentence, Practice of Injunctions."--Law Journal. of it. .... We have to congratulate the pro- i fession on this new acquisition to a digest of the "He does not attempt to go an inch beyond that law, and the author on his production of a work of for which he has express written authority; he al. permanent utility and fame." — Law Magazine lows the cases to speak, and does not speak for them. and Review.
“The work is something more than a treatise on
the Law of Injunctions. It gives us the general "Mr. Joyce has produced, not a treatise, but a
law on almost every subject to which the process of complete and compendious exposition of the Law
injunction is applicable. Not only English, but and Practice of injunctions both in equity and
American decisions are cited, the aggregate number common law.
being 3,500, and the statutes cited 160, whilst the Part III. is devoted to the practice of the index is, we think, the most elaborate we have ever Courts. Contains an amount of valuable and seen-occupying nearly 200 pages. The work is technical matter nowhere else collected.
I probably entirely exhaustive."-Law Times.
"This work, considered either as to its matter or manner of execution, is no ordinary work. It is a complete and exhaustive treatise both as to the law and the practice of granting in ajunctions. It must supersede all other works on the subject. The terse statement of the practice will be found of incalculable value. We know of no book as suitable to supply a knowledge of the law of injunctions to our common law friends as Mr. Joyce's exhaustive work. It is alike indispensable to members of the Common Law and Equity Bars. Mr. Joyce's great work would be a casket without a key unless accompanied by a good iadex. His index is very full and well arranged. We feel that this work is destined to take its place as a standard text-book, and the text-book on the particular subject of which it treats. The author deserves great credit for the very great labour bestowed upon it. The publishers, as usual, have acquitted themselves in a manner deserving of the high reputation they bear."-Canada Law journal.
STEVENS & HAYNES, BELI. YARD, TEMPLE BAR,
Third Edition, in 8vo, price 20s., cloth,
A TREATISE UPON
THE LAW OF EXTRADITION.
WITH THE CONVENTIONS UPON THE SUBJECT EXISTING BETWEEN
ENGLAND AND FOREIGN NATIONS, AND THE CASES DECIDED THEREON.
BY SIR EDWARD CLARKE,
OF LINCOLN'S INN, S.-G., Q.C., M.P. “Mr. Clarke's accurate and sensible book is the wants to learn the principles and practice of the best authority to which the English reader can law of extradition will be greatly helped by Mr. turn upon the subject of Extradition." - Saturday Clarke. Lawyers who have extradition business Review.
will find this volume an excellent book of reference. “The opinion we expressed of the merits of this Magistrates who have to administer the extradition work when it first appeared has been fully justified law will be greatly assisted by a careful perusal of by the reputation it has gained. It is seldom we Clarke upon Extradition. This may be called a come across a book possessing so much interest to warm commendation, but those who have read the the general reader and at the same time furnishing so book will not say it is unmerited."-Law Journal. useful a guide to the lawyer."-Solicitors' Journal. THE TIMES of September 7, 1874, in a long
“The appearance of a second edition of this article upon “Extradition Treaties, makes contreatise does not surprise us. It is a useful book, siderable use of this work and writes of it as “Mr. well arranged and well written. A student who Clarke's useful Work on Extradition."
In 8vo, price 25. 6d., cloth,
FROM 1815 TO 1878.
OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, ESQUIRE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW : AUTHOR OF "THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT IN WORKS OF LITERATURE AND ART," "INDEX TO PRECEDENTS IN CONVEYANCING," "TITLE DEEDS," &c.
"We think this little book ought to find its way | large number of old title-deeds."-Law Times. into a good many chambers and offices."-Soli. “His Tables of Stamp Duties, from 1815 to 1878, citors' Journal.
have already been tested in Chambers, and being "This book, or at least one containing the same now published, will materially lighten the labours amount of valuable and well-arranged information, of the profession in a tedious department, yet one reshould find a place in every Solicitor's office. It is quiring great care."--Law Magazine and Review. of especial value when examining the abstract of all
In one volume, 8vo, price 145., cloth,
THEIR CUSTODY. INSPECTION, AND PRODUCTION, AT LAW. IN
EQUITY, AND IN MATTERS OF CONVEYANCING, Including Covenants for the Production of Deeds and Attested Copies; with an Appendix
of Precedents, the Vendor and Purchaser Act, 1874, &c., &c., &c. By WALTER ARTHUR COPINGER, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law ; Author of “ The
Law of Copyright” and “ Index to Precedents in Conveyancing." " The literary execution of the work is good here. Mr. Copinger has supplied a much-felt want, enough to invite quotation, but the volume is not by the compilation of this volume. We have not large, and we content ourselves with recommending space to go into the details of the book : it appears it to the profession."-Law Times.
well arranged, clearly written, and fully elaborated. "A really good treatise on this subject must be With these few remarks we recommend his volume essential to the lawyer : and this is what we have to our readers." -Law Journal.
Third Edition, in 8vo, considerably enlarged, price 36s., cloth,
THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT
In Works of Literature and Art; including that of the Drama, Music, Engraving,
Sculpture, Painting, Photography, and Ornamental and Useful Designs ; together with International and Foreign Copyright, with the Statutes Relating thereto, and References to the English and American Decisions. By WALTER ARTHUR
COPINGER, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. "Mr. Copinger's book is very comprehensive, merits which will, doubtless, lead to the placing of dealing with every branch of his subject, and even this edition on the shelves of the members of the extending to copyright in foreign countries. So far
profession whose business is concerned with copy. as we have examined, we have found all the recent
right, and deservedly, for the book is one of con. authorities noted up with scrupulous care, and siderable value."-Solicitors' Journal. there is an unusually good index. These are
STEVENS & HAYNES, BELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR.
Third Edition, in One large Volume, 8vo, price 325., cloth,
A MAGISTERIAL AND POLICE GUIDE :
BEING THE LAW
RELATING TO THE PROCEDURE, JURISDICTION, AND DUTIES OF MAGISTRATES
AND POLICE AUTHORITIES, IN THE METROPOLIS AND IN THE COUNTRY. With an Introduction showing the General Procedure before Magistrates
both in Indictable and Summary Matters.
BY HENRY C. GREENWOOD,
TEMPLE CHEVALIER MARTIN, CHIEF CLERK TO THE MAGISTRATES AT LAMBETH POLICE COURT, LONDON ; AUTHOR OF “THE LAW OF MAINTENANCE AND DESERTION," “THE NEW FORMULIST," ETC. Third Edition. Including the SessION 52 & 53 Vict., and the Cases Decided in the SUPERIOR COURTS to the END OF THE YEAR 1889, revised and enlarged,
By TEMPLE CHEVALIER MARTIN.
“A second edition has appeared of Messrs. Greenwood and Martin's valuable and comprehensive magisterial and police Guide, a book which Justices of the peace should take care to include in their Libraries." —Saturday Review.
"Hence it is that we rarely light upon a work which commands our confidence, not merely by its research, but also by its grasp of the subject of which it treats. The volume before us is one of the happy few of this latter class, and it is on this account that the public favour will certainly wait upon it. We are moreover convinced that no effort has been spared by its authors to render it a thoroughly efficient and trustworthy guide."-Law Journal."
"Magistrates will find a valuable handbook in Messrs. Greenwood and Martin's • Magisterial and Police Guide,' of which a fresh Edition has just been published."— The Times.
"A very valuable introduction, treating of proceedings before Magistrates, and largely of the Summary Jurisdiction Act, is in itself a treatise which will repay perusal. We expressed our high opinion of the Guide when it first appeared, and the favourable impression then produced is increased by our examination of this Second Edition."-Law Times.
" For the form of the work we have nothing but commendation. We may say we have here our ideal law book. It may be said to omit nothing which it ought to contain." Law Times.
“ This handsome volume aims at presenting a comprehensive magisterial handbook for the whole of England. The mode of arrangement seems to us excellent, and is well carried out."-Solicitors' Journal.
" The Magisterial and Police Guide, by Mr. Henry Greenwood and Mr. Temple Martin, is a model work in its conciseness, and, so far as we have been able to test it, in completeness and accuracy. It ought to be in the hands of all who, as magistrates or otherwise, have authority in matters of police."—Daily News.
“ This work is eminently practical, and supplies a real want. It plainly and concisely states the law on all points upon which Magistrates are called upon to adjudicate, systématically arranged, so as to be easy of reference. It ought to find a place on every Fustice's table, and we cannot but think that its usefulness will speedily ensure for it as large a sale as its merits deserve.”—Midland Counties Herald.
" The exceedingly arduous task of collecting together all the enactments on the subject has been ably and efficiently performed, and the arrangement is so methodical and precise that one is able to lay a finger on a Section of an Act almost in a moment. It is wonderful what a mass of information is comprised in so comparatively small a space. We have much pleasure in recommending the volume not only to our professional, but also to our general readers ; nothing can be more useful to the public than an acquaintance with the outlines of magisterial jurisdiction and procedure."-Sheffield Post.