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Simons (Nicholas)—continued.

The same, 1850-1852. New series.

With some cases reported by C. Stewart
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Smith (John William). A selection of leading cases, on various branches of the law: with notes. American editors, J. I. Clark Hare and H. B. Wallace. 7th am. from the last eng. ed. With additional notes, I and references to american decisions, by j J. I. Clark Hare and J. W. Wallace. 2 v.! in 3. 8°. Philadelphia, T. § J. TV. Johnson \ Sr co. 1872.;

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ang. 1755; oct. 1755; march 1756; april

1757 ; sep. 1758; nov. 1758; feb. 1759; nov.

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Walker (M.)^—continued, la cour de cassation, des cours royales et du conseil- d'etat. Destine" a servir de prole'gomenes a toutes les collections de lois qui commencent a 1789. 5 v. 8°« Paris, Moessard § Jousset, [etc.~\ 1835-37.

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Note.—v. 3 contains, also, a digested index of the laws of the corporation to the 26th council inclusive, prepared by David A. Hall.

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Weekly (The) notes: for the year 1871. 4°. London, W. Clowes $ sons, [1871].


Part 1. Notes of cases heard and determined by the house of lords, the superior courts of equity and common law, the courts of probate and divorce, the chief judge in bankruptcy, and the admiralty and ecclesiastical courts.

Part 2. Rules and orders of the courts, the ga

Weekly (The) notes—continued.

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