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An Epitome and Analysis of Savigny's Treatise on Obligations in Roman Law ...
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Seite 2 - Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it.
Seite 7 - Law Journal. In 8vo., price 2s. 6d., MORIARTY ON PERSONATION AND DISPUTED IDENTITY AND THEIR TESTS. In a handy volume, crown 8vo., 1870, price lew. 6d., cloth, THE LAW OF SALVAGE, As administered in the High Court of Admiralty and the County Courts ; with the Principal Authorities, English and American, brought down to the present time ; and an Appendix, containing Statutes, Forms, Table of Fees, etc. By EDWYN JONES, of Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
Seite 10 - WALES: Including Introduction, Statutes, Explanatory Notes, Cases, and Index. By JOHN LOCKE, MP, QC, Recorder of Brighton. The Fifth Edition, in which are introduced the GAME LAWS of SCOTLAND and IRELAND. By GILMORE EVANS, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
Seite 16 - Examining Mr. May's book, we find it constructed with an intelligence and precision which render it entirely worthy of being accepted as a guide in this confessedly difficult subject. The subject is an involved one, but with clean and clear handling it is here presented as clearly as it could be. ... On the whole, he has produced a very useful book of an exceptionally scientific character.
Seite 5 - QC, Standing Counsel to the Secretary of State in Council of India, Author of " Hortensius," " History of Trial by Jury," "Life of Cicero," etc., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Seite 5 - Edition, in 8vo., 1874, price i&s., 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 EDWARD CLARKE, OF LINCOLN'S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AND LATE TANCRED STUDENT. " Mr. Clarke's accurate and sensible book is the best authority to which the English reader can turn upon the subject of Extradition.
Seite 13 - CUNNINGHAM'S (T.) Reports in KB, 7 to 10 Geo. II. ; to which is prefixed a Proposal for rendering the Laws of England clear and certain, humbly offered to the Consideration of both Houses of Parliament.
Seite 13 - We have here a foe-simile edition of Bellewe, and it is really the most beautiful and admirable reprint that has appeared at any time. It is a perfect gem of antique printing, and forms a most interesting monument of our early legal history. It belongs to the same class of works as the Vear Book of Edward I.
Seite 8 - In one volume, demy 8vo, price los. 6d., cloth, PRINCIPLES OF THE LAW OF STOPPAGE IN TRANSITU, RETENTION, AND DELIVERY. By JOHN HOUSTON, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. " We have no hesitation in saying that we think Mr. Houston's book will be a very useful accession to the library of either the merchant or the lawyer.
Seite 13 - ... convenient form — that of alphabetical arrangement in the order of subjects, so that the work is a digest as well as a book of law reports. It is in fact a collection of cases of the reign of Richard II., arranged according to their subjects in alphabetical order. It is therefore one of the most intelligible and interesting legal memorials of the Middle Ages.