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Broom's Commentaries. Third Edition.
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The Practice in an Ordinary Suit, with all matters incidental thereto.
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An Essay on Waste, Nuisance and Trespass, chiefly with reference to Remedies in Equity treating of the Law of Timber, Mines, Lights, Water, Support, the Construction of Public Works, fc. By Geo. V. Yool, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Fellow of Trinity College,
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A Treatise on the Principles of Pleadings in Civil Actions; comprising a Suminary Account of the whole Proceedings in a Suit of Law. Being the Sixth Edition of Mr. SERJEANT STEPHEN's work under that title, with alterations adapting it to the present system. A By JAMES STEPHEN and Francis F. PINDER, Barristers at-Law. 2 8vo. Price 15s. cloth. 1860.
THE LEGISLATION TO THE END OF THE LAST
SESSION OF PARLIAMENT
ADULTERATION OF FOOD, ALKALI WORKS, APOTHECARIES, ARSENIC,
BAKEHOUSES, BATHS AND WASHHOUSES, BREAD, BURIALS,
LOCAL GOVERNMENT, LODGING HOUSES, LUNATICS, MEAT,
SMOKE, VACCINATION, WATER, ETO,
NOTES, FORMS, AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS.
THOMAS BAKER, Esq.,
ON THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
OF THE LATE BURIAL ACTS DEPARTMENT,
ATTUOR or “THE LAWS RELATING TO BURIALS," ETC.