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Page 20 - Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it.
Page 15 - ... KELYNG'S (Sir J.) Reports of Divers Cases in Pleas of the Crown in the Reign of King Charles II., with Directions to Justices of the Peace, and others; to which are added, Three Modern Cases, viz., Armstrong and Lisle, the King and Plummer, the Queen and Mawgridge. Third Edition, containing...
Page 598 - CHARITABLE TRUSTS ACTS, 1853, 1855, 1860; THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS JURISDICTION ACT, 1862; THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHARITIES ACTS: Together with a Collection of Statutes relating to or affecting Charities, including the Mortmain Acts, Notes of Cases from 1853 to the present time, Forms of Declarations of Trust, Conditions of Sale, and Conveyance of Charity Land, and a very copious Index. Second Edition. BY HUGH COOKE and RG HARWOOD, of the Charity Commission. "Charities...
Page 20 - ... cloth, AN INDEX TO TEN THOUSAND PRECEDENTS IN CONVEYANCING, AND TO COMMON AND COMMERCIAL FORMS. Arranged in Alphabetical order with Subdivisions of an Analytical Nature ; together with an Appendix containing an Abstract of the Stamp Act, 1870, with a Schedule of Duties...
Page 5 - Edition, in 8vo, price 6.*., cloth, AN EPITOME OF LEADING COMMON LAW CASES; WITH SOME SHORT NOTES THEREON. Chiefly intended as a Guide to
Page 503 - So much of any law or usage now in force within the territories subject to the government of the East India Company as inflicts on any person forfeiture of rights or ' property, or may be held in any way to impair or affect any right of inheritance, by reason of his or her renouncing, or having been excluded from the communion of any religion, or being deprived of caste, shall cease to be enforced as law in the courts of the East India Company, and in the courts established by Royal charter within...
Page 602 - 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.
Page 274 - Though immovables or bipeds have been acquired by a man himself, a gift or sale of them should not be made without convening all the sons. They who are born and they who are yet unbegotten, and they who are still in the womb require the means of support ; no gift or sale should therefore be made.
Page 9 - LORD CAIRNS'S DECISIONS. Reported by FRANCIS S. REILLY, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law. In 8vo., 1871, price zis., cloth, A TREATISE ON THE STATUTES OF ELIZABETH AGAINST FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES. The Bills of Sale Registration Acts, and the Law of Voluntary Dispositions of Property generally. BY HW MAY, BA (Ch. Ch. Oxford), and of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
Page 599 - A work which aims at being so absolutely complete, as that of Mr. Joyce upon a subject which is of almost perpetual recurrence in the Courts, cannot fail to be a welcome offering to the profession ; and, doubtless, it will be well received and largely used, for it is as absolutely complete as it aims at being This work is, therefore, eminently a work for the practitioner, being full of practical utility in every page, and every sentence, of it We have to congratulate the profession on this new acquisition...