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THE LAW RELATING TO THE SALE OF GOODS & COMMERCIAL AGENCY.

By ROBERT CAMPBELL, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law; Advocate of the Scotch
Bar, and late Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge; Author of "The Law of Negligence," etc.

"The portions of Mr. Campbell's treatise devoted to Maritime Law and to the Law affecting the Stock Exchange are full
of valuable matter, which we can only thus summarily indicate. His book will, we are convinced, prove of great service as
a thoughtful and clear exposition of a branch of law of practical interest, not only to the legal profession, but also to the
merchant, the shipper, the underwriter and the broker, and to the mercantile community generally."-Law Magazine.

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THE CONVEYANCING AND LAW OF
PROPERTY ACT, together with the Solicitor's Remuneration Act,
44 & 45 Vict. cc. 41 and 44, with an Introduction, Notes and a full
Index. By SYDNEY E. WILLIAMS, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law,
Author of "The Law and Practice relating to Petitions in Chancery
and Lunacy."

"The text is preceded by an introduction and accompanied by notes.
This is a well-digested little book. It affords ample evidence that Mr.
Williams has studied the new Acts with care. His annotations are
brief and to the point, and his occasional references to cases will assist
the student."-Law Times.

In 8vo., price 21s., cloth.

A COMPENDIUM OF THE LAW RE-
LATING TO EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS, with an Ap-
pendix of Statutes, annotated by means of references to the text. By
W. GREGORY WALKER, B.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, Author
of "The Partition Acts, 1868 and 1876; a Manual of the Law of Par-
tition and of Sale in Lieu of Partition."

"We highly approve of Mr. Walker's arrangement. The notes are
full, and, as far as we have been able to ascertain, carefully and ac-
curately compiled. . We can commend it as bearing on its face
evidence of skilful and careful labour, and we anticipate that it will be
found a very acceptable substitute for the ponderous tomes of the
much-esteemed and valued Williams."-Law Times.

Second Edition, 1 thick vol., 8vo., 42s., cloth extra.

A MAGISTERIAL and POLICE GUIDE.
Being the Statute Law, including the Session of 43 Vict., 1880. With
Notes and References to the most recently decided Cases, relating to the
Procedure, Jurisdiction and Duties of Magistrates and Police Authori-
ties. With an Introduction, for the most part re-written, showing the
General Procedure before Magistrates, both in Indictable and Summary
Matters as altered by the Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879, together
with the Rules under the said Act. Second Edition. By HENRY C.
GREENWOOD, Stipendiary Magistrate, and TEMPLE C. MARTIN, Chief
Clerk, Lambeth Police Court.

"Magistrates will find a valuable hand-book in 'Greenwood and Mar-
tin's Magisterial and Police Guide,' of which a fresh edition has just
been published."-Times, January 27, 1881.

"We have here our ideal law book. It may be said to omit nothing
which it ought to contain."-Law Times.

HIS-

In 8vo., price 21s., cloth.
ENGLISH CONSTITUTIONAL
TORY from the Teutonic Invasion to the present time. Designed as a
Text-Book for Students and others. By T. P. TASWELL-LANGMEAD,
B.C.L., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Tutor on Constitutional
Law and Legal History to the Four Inns of Court, and formerly
Vinerian Scholar in the University of Oxford. Second and enlarged
edition, entirely revised, and in many parts rewritten.

"As it now stands we should find it hard to name a better text
book on English Constitutional History."-Solicitors' Journal.

Fourth Edition, 8vo., price 12s., cloth.

THE LAW OF FIXTURES, in the principal
relation of Landlord and Tenant, and in all other or general relations.
Fourth Edition. By A. BROWN, M.A., Barrister-at-Law.

In 8vo., price 5s. 6d., cloth.

SELF-PREPARATION for the INTER-
MEDIATE EXAMINATION, as it exists on Stephen's Commentaries.
Containing a complete course of study, with statutes, questions and
advice, and intended for the use of all articled clerks who have not yet
passed the intermediate examination. By JOHN INDERMAUR, Solicitor,
Author of "Self-preparation for the Final," "Manual of Practice,"
"Principles of Common Law," &c.

In 8vo., price 2s. 6d., cloth.

A COLLECTION OF LATIN MAXIMS,
literally translated. Intended for the use of Students for all Legal
Examinations.

In 1 vol., 8vo., price 18s., cloth.

PRINCIPLES OF CONVEYANCING. AD
Elementary Work for the Use of Students. By HENRY C. DEANE, of
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, sometime Lecturer to the Incorporated
Law Society.

In 8vo., price 68., cloth.

THE LAW RELATING TO CHARITIES,
especially with reference to the VALIDITY and CONSTRUCTION of
CHARITABLE BEQUESTS and CONVEYANCING. By FERDINAND
M. WHITEFORD, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.

In 2 vols., royal 8vo., price 70s., cloth lettered.
THE LAW RELATING то SHIP.
MASTERS and SEAMEN: their Appointment, Duties, Powers, Rights,
Liabilities and Remedies. By JOSEPH KAY, Esq., MA., Q.C., of the
Northern Circuit; Solicitor-General of the County Palatine of Durham;
one of the Judges of the Court of Record for the Hundred of Salford.
In 1 vol., 8vo., price 98., cloth.

LEADING STATUTES SUMMARISED,
for the use of Students. By ERNEST C. THOMAS, Bacon Scholar of the
Hon. Society of Gray's Inn, late Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford,
Author of "Leading Cases in Constitutional Law Briefly Stated."

In 8vo., price 18s., cloth.

THE LAW and PRACTICE RELATING
TO PETITIONS IN CHANCERY AND LUNACY. Including the
Settled Estates Act, Lands Clauses Act, Trustee Act, Winding-up Peti-
tions, Petitions relating to Solicitors, Infants, &c. With an Appendix
of Forms and Precedents. By SYDNEY E. WILLIAMS, of Lincoln's Inn.
Barrister-at-Law.

"The book is furnished with a selection of forms and precedents; the
arrangement of matter seems convenient, and we have found it easy to
consult. We have not observed any important omission within the scope
of the treatise; and the writer deserves the praise of having put to
gether with some skill an unpretending work, which is at least more
useful than certain larger law books we know of.”—Solicitors' Journal.

In 1 vol., 8vo., price 12s., cloth.

A COMPENDIUM OF ROMAN LAW
FOUNDED on the INSTITUTES of JUSTINIAN; together with
Examination Questions set in the University and Bar Examinations
(with solutions), and definitions of leading terms in the words of the
principal authorities. By GORDON CAMPBELL, of the Inner Temple,
late Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford; M.A. Oxford and Cambridge;
Author of "An Analysis of Austin's Jurisprudence."

Third Edition, 1 vol., 8vo., price 25s., cloth.

THE PROBATE, LEGACY, AND SUC-
CESSION DUTY ACTS, Incorporating the Cases to Michaelmas Sit-
tings, 1876. By ALFRED HANSON, Esq., Comptroller of Legacy and
Succession Duties.

Second Edition, in 8vo., price 6s., cloth.

A SUMMARY OF JOINT STOCK COM-
PANIES' LAW. By T. EUSTACE SMITH, of the Inner Temple, Barria-
ter-at-Law.

"Law Students may well read it; for Mr. Smith has very wisely been
at the pains of giving his authority for all his statements of the law or
of practice, as applied to joint-stock company business usually transacted
in solicitors' chambers."-Law Times.

London: STEVENS & HAYNES, Law Publishers, Bell Yard, Temple Bar.

[Continued on p. 3 of Wrapper.

STEVENS AND HAYNES' LAW PUBLICATIONS.

Now ready. In 1 vol. Royal 8vo. Price 30s. cloth.

THE LAW RELATING TO THE SALE OF GOODS & COMMERCIAL AGENCY.

By ROBERT CAMPBELL, M.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law; Advocate of the Scotch Bar, and late Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge; Author of "The Law of Negligence," etc.

"The portions of Mr. Campbell's treatise devoted to Maritime Law and to the Law affecting the Stock Exchange are full of valuable matter, which we can only thus summarily indicate. His book will, we are convinced, prove of great service as a thoughtful and clear exposition of a branch of law of practical interest, not only to the legal profession, but also to the merchant, the shipper, the underwriter and the broker, and to the mercantile community generally."-Law Magazine,

Now ready, in 8vo., price 6s., cloth.

THE CONVEYANCING AND LAW OF PROPERTY ACT, together with the Solicitor's Remuneration Act, 44 & 45 Vict. cc. 41 and 44, with an Introduction, Notes and a full Index. By SYDNEY E. WILLIAMS, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, Author of "The Law and Practice relating to Petitions in Chancery and Lunacy."

"The text is preceded by an introduction and accompanied by notes. This is a well-digested little book. It affords ample evidence that Mr. Williams has studied the new Acts with care. His annotations are brief and to the point, and his occasional references to cases will assist the student."-Law Times.

In 8vo., price 21s., cloth.

A COMPENDIUM OF THE LAW RELATING TO EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS, with an Appendix of Statutes, annotated by means of references to the text. By W. GREGORY WALKER, B.A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, Author of "The Partition Acts, 1868 and 1876; a Manual of the Law of Partition and of Sale in Lieu of Partition."

"We highly approve of Mr. Walker's arrangement. The notes are full, and, as far as we have been able to ascertain, carefully and accurately compiled. . . . We can commend it as bearing on its face evidence of skilful and careful labour, and we anticipate that it will be found a very acceptable substitute for the ponderous tomes of the much-esteemed and valued Williams."-Law Times.

Second Edition, 1 thick vol., 8vo., 42s., cloth extra.
A MAGISTERIAL and POLICE GUIDE.
Being the Statute Law, including the Session of 43 Vict., 1880. With
Notes and References to the most recently decided Cases, relating to the
Procedure, Jurisdiction and Duties of Magistrates and Police Authori-
ties. With an Introduction, for the most part re-written, showing the
General Procedure before Magistrates, both in Indictable and Summary
Matters as altered by the Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879, together
with the Rules under the said Act. Second Edition. By HENRY C.
GREENWOOD, Stipendiary Magistrate, and TEMPLE C. MARTIN, Chief
Clerk, Lambeth Police Court.

"Magistrates will find a valuable hand-book in 'Greenwood and Martin's Magisterial and Police Guide,' of which a fresh edition has just been published."-Times, January 27, 1881.

"We have here our ideal law book. It may be said to omit nothing which it ought to contain."-Law Times.

ENGLISH

HIS

In 8vo., price 21s., cloth.
CONSTITUTIONAL
TORY from the Teutonic Invasion to the present time. Designed as a
Text-Book for Students and others. By T. P. TASWELL-LANGMEAD,
B.C.L., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Tutor on Constitutional
Law and Legal History to the Four Inns of Court, and formerly
Vinerian Scholar in the University of Oxford. Second and enlarged
edition, entirely revised, and in many parts rewritten.

"As it now stands we should find it hard to name a better text book on English Constitutional History."-Solicitors' Journal.

Fourth Edition, 8vo., price 128., cloth.

THE LAW OF FIXTURES, in the principal relation of Landlord and Tenant, and in all other or general relations. Fourth Edition. By A. BROWN, M.A., Barrister-at-Law.

Now ready, in 8vo., price 6s., cloth.

SELF-PREPARATION for the INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION, as it exists on Stephen's Commentaries. Containing a complete course of study, with statutes, questions and advice, and intended for the use of all articled clerks who have not yet passed the intermediate examination. By JOHN INDERMAUR, Solicitor, Author of "Self-preparation for the Final," "Manual of Practice," "Principles of Common Law," &c.

In 8vo., price 2s. 6d., cloth.

A COLLECTION OF LATIN MAXIMS, literally translated. Intended for the use of Students for all Legal Examinations.

In 1 vol., 8vo., price 188., cloth.

PRINCIPLES OF CONVEYANCING. An Elementary Work for the Use of Students. By HENRY C. DEANE, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, sometime Lecturer to the Incorporated Law Society.

In 8vo., price 65., cloth.

THE LAW RELATING TO CHARITIES,
especially with reference to the VALIDITY and CONSTRUCTION of
CHARITABLE BEQUESTS and CONVEYANCING. By FERDINAND
M. WHITEFORD, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.

In 2 vols., royal 8vo., price 70s., cloth lettered.
THE LAW RELATING то SHIP.
MASTERS and SEAMEN: their Appointment, Duties, Powers, Rights,
Liabilities and Remedies. By JOSEPH KAY, Esq., M.A., Q.C., of the
Northern Circuit; Solicitor-General of the County Palatine of Durham;
one of the Judges of the Court of Record for the Hundred of Salford.
In 1 vol., 8vo., price 98., cloth.

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THE LAW and PRACTICE RELATING TO PETITIONS IN CHANCERY AND LUNACY. Including the Settled Estates Act, Lands Clauses Act, Trustee Act, Winding-up Petitions, Petitions relating to Solicitors, Infants, &c. With an Appendix of Forms and Precedents. By SYDNEY E. WILLIAMS, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.

"The book is furnished with a selection of forms and precedents; the arrangement of matter seems convenient, and we have found it easy to consult. We have not observed any important omission within the scope of the treatise; and the writer deserves the praise of having put together with some skill an unpretending work, which is at least more useful than certain larger law books we know of."-—Solicitors' Journal.

In 1 vol., 8vo., price 12s., cloth.

A COMPENDIUM OF ROMAN LAW FOUNDED on the INSTITUTES of JUSTINIAN; together with Examination Questions set in the University and Bar Examinations (with solutions), and definitions of leading terms in the words of the principal authorities. By GORDON CAMPBELL, of the Inner Temple, late Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford; M.A. Oxford and Cambridge; Author of "An Analysis of Austin's Jurisprudence."

Third Edition, 1 vol., 8vo., price 25s., cloth.

THE PROBATE, LEGACY, AND SUC. CESSION DUTY ACTS, Incorporating the Cases to Michaelmas Sittings, 1876. By ALFRED HANSON, Esq., Comptroller of Legacy and Succession Duties.

Second Edition, in 8vo., price 6s., cloth.

A SUMMARY OF JOINT STOCK COM. PANIES' LAW. By T. EUSTACE SMITH, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law.

"Law Students may well read it; for Mr. Smith has very wisely been at the pains of giving his authority for all his statements of the law or of practice, as applied to joint-stock company business usually transacted in solicitors' chambers."-Law Times.

London: STEVENS & HAYNES, Law Publishers, Bell Yard, Temple Bar.

[Continued on p. 3 of Wrapper.

LAW JOURNAL

REPORTS.

PART 4. APRIL, 1882.

VOL. LI. NEW SERIES.

En the House of Lords,

LIONEL LANCELOT SHADWELL, BArrister-at-Law.

En the Privy Council,

EDWARD BULLOCK, BARRISTER-AT-LAW.

In the Supreme Court of Judicature.
Court of Appeal,

ARTHUR CLEMENT EDDIS, H. LACY FRASER, ROBERT BRUCE RUSSELL
AND WILLIAM EDWARD GORDON.
BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

High Court of Justice.

Crown Cases Reserved,

WALTER HENRY MACNAMARA, BARRISTER-at-Law.

Chancery Division,

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DAVID PITCAIRN, CECIL C. M. DALE, JOHN GENT, ARTHUR CORDERY, HENRY CHARLES DEANE, JAMES E. HORNE, RICHARD BRAMWELL DAVIS, WILLIAM HARMOOD COCHRAN and GEORGE ABBOTT STREETEN, BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

Queen's Bench Division,

W. DECIMUS I. FOULKES, J. H. ETHERINGTON SMITH,

GILBERT GEORGE KENNEDY, RICHARD HOLMDEN AMPHLETT, FRANCIS PARKER and EDWARD BENNETT CALVERT, BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division,

EDWARD STANLEY ROSCOE and EDMUND FULLER GRIFFIN, BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

In the London Court of Bankruptcy

BEFORE THE CHIEF JUDGE,

WILLIAM HARMOOD COCHRAN and ARTHUR CORDERY, BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

EDITED BY

MONTAGU CHAMBERS, ONE OF HER MAJESTY'S COUNSEL,
FREDERICK HOARE COLT and JOHN GEORGE WITT,

BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER.

CASES IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS, IN THE COURT OF APPEAL AND IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

PRIVY COUNCIL-page 9 to 24. CHANCERY-page 209 to 304. QUEEN'S BENCH-page 209 to 256. PROBATE, DIVORCE and ADMIRALTY-page 17 to 24. MAGISTRATES' CASES-page 25 to 40.

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