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[From Ilon. JAMES IIUGHES, lute Judge of the Court of Claims, Washington, D. C., now
INDIANAPOLIS, January 11, 1869. MAJOR 0. M. WILSON:
I herewith return you the proof-sheets of your Digest of Parliamentar, Law.
It is, in my opinion, a work which evinces great and careful researchw! cannot fail to prove a valuable manual to the practical legislator, or strien of Parliamentary Law. I hope your book may meet with success.
[From Hon. JNO. V. Cravens, State Senator and President of Senate, pro tem.]
INDIANAPOLIS, January 12, 1869. MAJOR 0. M. WILSON:
Dear Sir :-I have examined your “Digest of Parliamentary Law," and am satisfied that it is a most valuable compilation, both in matter and arrangement. It is a work that ought to and will, when understood and appreciated, come into general use for deliberative assemblies.
JNO. V. CRAVENS.
[From CHARLES H. Test, of Indianapolis, Ind., formerly Clerk of the Senate, afterwards
Secretary of State, and now Judge of the 15th Judicial Circuit.]
INDIANAPOLIS, IND., 12th January, 1869.
Having served nine years as Secretary of the Senate of Indiana, and the duties of the position necessarily having made me familiar with parliamentary rules, Major 0. M. Wilson presented bis Digest on that subject to me for inspection. I have no hesitation in saying that it is the most thorough and complete of anything of the kind which has come under my observation, and should be in the hands of every gentleman connected with legislative assemblies.
CHARLES H. TEST.
I. HILLIARD ON INJUNCTIONS. The Law of Injunctions. By
FRANCIS HILLIARD, Esq., Author of the “ Law of New Trials and other Rehear.ngs," “ Law of Torts,” &c., &c. Second and revised edition. 8vo.
Replevin in the United States, with an Appendix of Forms, and a Digest of
III. RAND AND FURNESS ON POISONS. An Elementary Treatise
on Poisons, Medically and Legally considered. By B. H. RAND, M. D, Professor of Chemistry in Jefferson Medical College, and HORACE H. FURNESS, Esq., of the Philadelphia Bar. 8vo.
IV. BISHOP ON MARRIED WOMEN. Commentaries on the Law of
Married Women as respects Property and Property Rights. By JOEL P. BISHOP, Esq., author of the “ Law of Marriage and Divorce," &c., &c. 2 vols. 8vo.
Precedents of Indictments and Pleas, adapted to the use both of the Courts of the
VI. WOODWARD ON DECEDENTS. The Law of Decedents in Penn
sylvania. By GEORGE W. WOODWARD, formerly Chief Justice of the Supreme
VII. SMITH'S REPORTS, Vol. 7. Being the 57th Volume of Pennsylvania
State Reports. By P. FRAZER SMITH, Esq., State Reporter. 8vo.
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Copies of our Catalogue furnished on application, and all orders or inquiries promptly attended to.
THE RULES OF THE SENATE, AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES,
THE AMENDMENTS THERETO, AND THEIR HISTORY.
BY O. M. WILSON,
(Attorney at Law,)
KAY & BROTHER, 19 SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
LAW BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS, AND IMPORTERS.
Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1867, by
0. M. WILSON,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the District
Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1869, by
0. M. WILSON, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
STEREOTYPED BY MEARS & DUSENBERY.