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VOL. V.-JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1883.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETOR BY
23, CASTLE STREET, HOLBORN.
INDEX TO VOL. V.
PAGE ARTICLED CLERKS-Number of, in England 157 Averages at Solicitors' Final and Inter
mediate Examinations .. .. .. 111
PAGE Parliament-Notes as to Bil Patents-Essay on ..
162 Practice-Notes of New Decisions on .. 173 Prideaux's Conveyancing-Notes on 5 PRIZES--Award of Special Prize at
Institution for 1883 . PRIZE ESSAYS.. 45, 61, 109, 112, 125, 130
PAGE Cases, Epitome ot-continued.
Speight, In re, Speight v. Gaunt
Wood v. Heather ..
57, 70, 83, 97, 118, 136, 155, 170, 176 County Courts - Jurisdiction of and
Procedure in ..
QUERIES-See Correspondence, Queries, &c. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS-See Examina
tions, Test Questions.
embers of ..
62, 77, 122
Descent-Stephen's Line of Descent in
Rhyme .. .. .. .. .. 108
Outlines of Procedure before Magistrates 32 Jurisdiction of, and Procedure in County
Courts . Hints to Candidates reading Stephen's" Commentaries, 51, 62, 81, 96, 115, 133,
152, 165, 174 Notes on Prideaux's Conveyancing, 54, 64 Comparison of dealing with Insolvent
Estates in Chancery and Bankruptcy 112 Notes on New Rules of 1883 A Student's Holiday Changes made by the Bankruptcy Act,
1883.. .. .. .. . Patents ..
Notices of Prizes for, Results, &c. 45, 67, 109 EXAMINATIONS-See Questions & Answers.
General Notes as to 1, 2, 13, 29, 61,
37, 71, 85, 99, 120, 178 Results at, including Honours Lists,
&c., &c. .. 11, 27, 41, 76, 91, 122, 187 General Information and Particulars as
to .. .. 11, 28, 43, 91, 137, 155, 158 Averages at .. Letter from Secretary of Incorporated
Law Society, as to Subjects in Novem-
REVIEWS- List of Works reviewed :
Aldred's Manual of the Law of Mortgage 176
.. 16 Bence-Jones' New Law of Bankruptcy 170 Broom's Philosophy of Common Law,
3rd edition ...
95 Davison's Tabular Summary of the New Rules ..
.. .. 169 Deane's Principles of Conveyancing, and
Landlord and Tenant in different
.. .. 176 Gibson's Intermediate Law made easy,“
4th edition Goodeve's Modern Law of Real Property 95 Goodeve's Questions on his Work
1883 .. .
and Practice .. .. .. .. 169
Alloway v. Steere ..
159 Gold Hill Mines, In re
111 Great Wheal Polgooth, R
Hampton .. .. .. .. "
13 Langrish v. Archer
14 Lyell y. Kennedy..
ciety, In re
Dures.nete, LADICE Upans
Honours EXAMINATIONS--See Examina
tions. Award of Special Prizes at Law Insti
tution for 1883 .. .. .. ..
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY-See Exa.
minations Award of Special Prizes for 1883" : 27
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.. NOTES OF THE MONTH
issue. We would take no particular credit for STUDENTS' CASES ..
this, for it is the index of our success, and the A SET OF TEST QUESTIONS ON THE STATUTES OF 45 & 46
success has repaid us. VICT. .. .. CORRESPONDENCE, QUERIES, &c. .. ..
But though we look back with satisfaction at EXAMINATIONS (including Answers at the November Solicitors' our past four years, we would say that with Honours Examination, and Honours' List at that Exami
regard to the future we shall always be on the nation) .. .. .. REVIEWS ..
alert to increase the character, scope, and useLAW STUDENTS' SOCIETIES ..
fulness of this paper whenever opportunity occurs. Nothing is so good but it is capable of improvement, and whenever we perceive an opportunity in this direction we shall not be
slow in taking advantage of it. In return, we JANUARY 1, 1883.
ask our readers to assist us by recommending our journal to their friends, and inducing them to
become subscribers. There are also other ways of EDITORIAL NOTE.
assisting us. For instance, let correspondents IN commencing another year we cannot refrain pay more attention to the letters they write us for I from making a few remarks on our past and insertion in our columns, and let secretaries of future. Started exactly four years ago, and law student societies send us good reports of perfectly novel in its nature, this journal has their meetings, and constantly inform us of any. attained a position certainly as good as the editor thing which they think may interest the general expected for it, and far better than any one else body of students. Finally, we would ask our anticipated—it has indeed been a success, and readers when any error creeps in, in any legal the editor believes that this success will still point, or when we are forced to omit matter we increase. Prior to 1879 there had been three should like to insert, to bear with it patiently and attempts in the way of a paper for Law Students, not carp at it. We have always shown ourselves viz.:-The Law Students' Magazine, published in ready to freely acknowledge any errors or de1854; The Law Students'
NOTES OF THE MONTH. first moderate priced paper published for law students, and the only one that had ever been
A CAREFUL perusal of the Honours' Questions and published that could be considered their organ.
Answers at the last Solicitors' Final Examination When our first number appeared publishers and shows us nothing extraordinarily difficult, and, though booksellers seemed a little amused, considered it there is somewhat of a tendency to case law, yet, on either a whim or an advertising idea, and expressed the whole, the questions embrace leading and iman opinion that it would soon ceass to appear. | portant principles, and we are satisfied with them. It
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