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CONVEYANCING.-Continued. Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing.-With Dissertations on its Law and Practice. Ninth Edition. By FREDERICK PRIDEAUX, late Professor of the Law of Real and Personal Property to the Inns of Court, and JOHN WHITCOMBE, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1879. 31. 10s. "We have been always accustomed to view 'Prideaux' as the most useful work out on conveyancing. It combines conciseness and clearness in its precedents with aptness and comprehensiveness in its dissertations and notes, to a degree superior to that of any other work of its kind."-Law Journal, February 8, 1879. "Prideaux has become an indispensable part of the Conveyancer's library.

The new edition has been edited with a care and accuracy of which we can hardly speak too highly. The care and completeness with which the dissertation has been revised leaves us hardly any room for criticism."-Solicitors' Journal.

"The volumes are now something more than a mere collection of precedents; they contain most valuable dissertations on the law and practice with reference to conveyancing. These dissertations are followed by the precedents on each sub'ect dealt with, and are in themselves condensed treatises, embodying all the latest case and statute law."—Law Times. COPYRIGHT.-Phillips' Law of Copyright in Works of

Literature and Art, and in the Application of Designs. With the Statutes relating thereto. By C. P. PHILLIPS, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 8vo. 1863. 128. CORONERS.-Jervis on the Office and Duties of Coroners.-With Forms and Precedents. Fourth Edition. By R. E. MELSHEIMER, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Post 8vo. 1880. 128. COSTS.-Morgan and Davey's Treatise on Costs in Chancery.-By GEORGE OSBORNE MORGAN, M.P., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, and HORACE DAVEY, M.A., one of Her Majesty's Counsel. With an Appendix, containing Forms and Precedents of Bills of Costs. 8vo. 1865. 17. 18. Scott's Costs in the High Court of Justice and other Courts. Fourth Edition. By JOHN SCOTT, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Reporter of the Common Pleas Division. Demy 8vo. 1880. 11. 68. "Mr. Scott's introductory notes are very useful, and the work is now a compendium. on the law and practice regarding costs, as well as a book of precedents."-Law Times. "This new edition of Mr. Scott's well-known work embodies the changes effected since the Judicature Acts, and, so far as we have examined it, appears to be accurate and complete."-Solicitors' Journal.

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Vol. I. History, Constitution, and Jurisdiction (including Prohibition and Mandamus), Practice in all ordinary Actions (including Actions under the Bills of Exchange Acts, in Ejectment, in Remitted Actions, and in Replevin), and on Appeals, with Appendices, Index, &c. (1184 pp.). 308. Vol. II. Practice in Admiralty, Probate, Bankruptcy, and under Special Statutes, with Appendices, Index, &c. (1004 pp.)

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DIARY.—Lawyer's Companion (The), Diary, and Law Directory for 1880.-For the use of the Legal Profession, Public Companies, Justices, Merchants, Estate Agents, Auctioneers, &c., &c. Edited by JOHN THOMPSON, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law; and contains a Digest of Recent Cases on Costs; Monthly Diary of County, Local Government, and Parish Business; Oaths in Supreme Court; Summary of Legislation of 1878; Alphabetical Index to the Practical Statutes; a Copious Table of Stamp Duties; Legal Time, Interest, Discount, Income, Wages and other Tables; Probate, Legacy and Succession Duties; and a variety of matters of practical utility. PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. Thirty-fourth Issue.

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