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A Digest of Cases Relating to Criminal Law down

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In 16 Volumes, Royal 8vo, Price £20 cloth, or £23 in special half-calf binding,

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THE

DIGEST OF ENGLISH CASE LAW.

SUPERSEDING AND CONSOLIDATING ALL PREVIOUS DIGESTS

OF THE REPORTS DOWN TO THE END OF 1897,

INCLUDING A SELECTION OF IRISH CASES.

BY JOHN MEWS, BARRISTER-AT-LAW,

ASSISTED BY

W. F. BARRY.
E. E. H. BIRCH.
A. H. BITTLESTON.
B. A. COHEN.
W. I. Cook.
E. W. HANSELL.
J. S. HENDERSON.

J. RITCHIE.
J. Smith.
J. F. WALEY.
T. H. WALKER.

A. LAWRENCE.
J. M. LELY.
R. C. MACKENZIE.
E. MANSON.
R. G. MARSDEN.
H. J. NEWBOLT.
A. E. RANDALL.

Barristers-at-Law.

AND
W. A. G. Woods.

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HIS, the most important Law Work ever undertaken in England, is

now ready. Under the editorship of Mr. Mews and a large staff of Members of the Bar, the work is not only an amalgamation, but a thorough revision of the well-known ‘Fisher's COMMON Law Digest' and `Chitty's Equity Index,' and forms a complete Digest of all reported Decisions down to the end of the year 1897.

Cases followed, overruled, questioned, &c., have been omitted from this Digest, but the Publishers intend to bring out a Supplemental Volume to Dale and Lehmann's Overruled Cases,' which, together with the original volume, will form a complete Digest of such cases.

Vols. 1-15 are now ready. Vol. 16 (Table of Cases) will be published in January.

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