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Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence in Criminal
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By A. P. PERCEVAL KEEP, Esq., of the Midland Circuit, Barrister-at-Law.
*To the criminal lawyer it is his guide, philosopher and friend. What Roscoe says most judges will accept
without question. : Every addition has been made necessary to make the digest efficient, 'accurate, and
complete.' ---Law Times.
*** References to the provisions of the Criminal Evidence Act, 1898, have been inserted through.
out the volume, and the Act itself printed in the Appendix of Statutes.
Just Published, Royal 8vo, Cloth, £1 55.
A Digest of Cases Relating to Criminal Law down
to the end of 1897.
By JOHN MEWS, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
Ready in January, Demy 8vo, Cloth, 20s.
The Magistrate's Annual Practice, 1899,
Being a Compendium of the Law and Practice relating to matters occupying the attention of Courts
of Summary Jurisdiction, with an Appendix of Statutes and Rules, List of
Punishments, and Calendar for Magistrates.
By CHAS. MILNER ATKINSON, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate for the City of Leeds.
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SCRUTTON'S MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT, 1894. With Copious Notes
and References to Decided Cases, and an Exhaustive Index. By T. E. Scrutton, Esq., of
the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Author of 'Charter-Parties and Bills of Lading,' &c.
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ROBSON'S LAW OF BANKRUPTCY. Containing a Full Exposition of the
Principles and Practice of the Law, including the Law under the Bankruptcy Acts, 1883
and 1890; the Bankruptcy (Discharge and Closure) Act, 1889; the Debtors' Act, 1869; the
Bills of Sale Acts, 1878 and 1882 ; the Judicature Act, 1875; also the Law Relating to
Private Arrangements with Creditors; and the Deeds of Arrangement Act, 1887. With an
Appendix comprising the Statutes, Rules, Orders and Forms, including the Statutory Forms
of Compositions and Schemes, &c. By GEORGE Young Robson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
* We know of no better treatise on this branch of our law.'-Law Times.
“No practitioner with bankruptcy work should be without it.'-Law Notes.
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CATHOLICS: a Manual of the Law specially affecting Catholics. By
W. S. LILLY, LL.M., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Secretary to the Catholic
Union of Great Britain; and J. P. Wallis, M.A., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
'For Roman Catholics this work is a manual of the law specially affecting their religion and their religious
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the three kingdoms will give it a hearty welcome.'-Catholic Times.
Price reduced to 255.; for cash, 205. (postage 9d.). Second Edition, revised, Royal 8vo,
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MANSON'S LAW OF TRADING AND OTHER COMPANIES (including
Winding-up'). By Edward MANSON, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, and late
Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford.
A digest of company law of easy reference, invaluable not only to the Legal Profession, but
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'The very best compilation that has yet been issued on this important branch of cominercial law....
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NEWSPAPER LIBEL (The Law of. With Special Reference to the State of
the Law as defined by the Law of Libel Amendment Act, 1888, and all preceding Acts upon
the subject, and the Full Text of all the Libel Acts. By R. J. Kelly, Barrister-at-Law.
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Supplement to “Winslow's Private Arrangements.'
WINSLOW'S DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT ACT, 1887 (50 & 51 Vict. c. 57),
with the Deeds of Arrangement Act Rules, 1888, and Order as to Fees. Being a Supple-
ment to 'The Law of Private Arrangements between Debtors and Creditors.' By Reginald
Winslow, M.A., LL.B., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
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ARTISTIC COPYRIGHT (The Law of), including Copyright in Paintings,
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Statutes and Collection of Precedents. By ReginALD Winslow, M.A., LL.B., of Lincoln's
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RITUAL. - Modern Decisions on Ritual and Kindred Subjects. By GEORGE
Join Talbot, M.A., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law ; late Fellow of All Souls
"Gives a clear exposition of the decisions and of the principles on which they have been made in the disputed
matters of ritual. Mr. Talbot seems to have studied his subject with much care.'--Spectator.
Mr. Talbot focusses all the decisions of recent years into a handy and well-arranged forin.'--Church Bells.
"The chapters dealing with the vestments question and with the position of the officiating minister at the Holy
Communion give a remarkably clear and interesting sketch of the complicated set of judgments bearing on those
This is a scholarlıke and careful presentation of the legal questions which have arisen as a result of the
movement begun at Oxford in the early part of the fourth decade of the century.'- Law Journal.
Demy 8vo, 100 pages, cloth, 259.
CUNYNGHAME'S ENGLISH PATENT PRACTICE. With the Acts, Rules,
Forms, and Precedents, and Notes of all the Recorded Cases. Illustrated with Sketches.
By H. CUNYNGHAME, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, M.LE.E., late Royal Engineers.
* Mr. Cunynghame's work will occupy a place in the front rank of patent law literature.' --Law Journal.
Should be possessed by all solicitors and patent agents.'- Invention.
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In 16 Volumes, Royal 8vo, Price £20 cloth, or £23 in special half-calf binding,
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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,
W. F. BARRY.
E. E. H. BIRCH.
A. H. BITTLESTON.
B. A. COHEN.
W. I. Cook.
E. W. HANSELL.
J. S. HENDERSON.
J. F. WALEY.
T. H. WALKER.
J. M. LELY.
R. C. MACKENZIE.
R. G. MARSDEN.
H. J. NEWBOLT.
A. E. RANDALL.
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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