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STORY'S LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 4.
Containing all the Acts of Congress from 1827, to the last session inclusive: with a general index to the whole work.
WALKER'S INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN LAW. Designed as a first book for students. In one volume, 8vo. See pages 3 and 4.
WHARTON'S REPORTS, VOLUME 2. Containing the cases decided at the December Term 1836, and March Term 1837.
WHARTON'S DIGEST, VOLUME 2.
Containing the cases adjudged in the several courts held in Pennsylvania; which have been published since the 15th volume of Sergeant and Rawle's Reports.
GRESLEY'S EQUITY EVIDENCE.
A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, in Courts of Equity. By Richard Newcombe Gresley, Esq., Barrister at Law. One vol. 8vo. A work much wanted, compiled with much labour and research. London Law Magazine.
Of cases decided in the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; principally by Judge Hopkinson.
ROSCOE'S CRIMINAL EVIDENCE.
“A Digest of the Law of Evidence in Criminal Cases, by Henry Roscoe, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Barrister at Law. With Notes and References to the American Cases, by George Sharswood Esq.”
Extract from the American Jurist for April 1836.
“This is a very valuable work, and will form a proper companion to that already published by Mr. Roscoe, on the general subject of Evidence.—His object has been to furnish a manual for the practitioner, which he may use in the emergencies of business, and particularly of the Circuit. And we think, in the execution of this design, he has admirably succeeded. The subject is arranged in a natural and scientific order; so that the proper cases can be found in ‘their proper places.’”
See the rest of the notice which is long and approbatory.
A new edition. A practical treatise on the Law of Evidence, and Digest of Proofs in Civil and Criminal Proceedings. By Thomas Starkie, Esq. With references to American Decisions and to the English Common Law and Ecclesiastical Reports, by Theron Metcalf, Edward D. Ingraham, and Benjamin'Gerhard.
Sixth American, from a new and greatly improved English edition; which has been completely remodelled by Mr. Starkie, who has spent much time in perfecting its arrangement'and verbiage, and has also added a large number of entirely new chapters. 2 vols, super-royal octavo.
A Digest of the Law of Evidence on the triarofactions at Nisi Prius. By Henry Roscoe, Esq. of the Inner Temple Barrister at Law. First American from the second London edition, with notes and references by James Bayard.
“The practice of the Law in all its deportments: with a view of rights, injuries, and remedies, as ameliorated by recent statutes, rules and decisions; showing the best modes of creating, perfecting, securing, and transferring rights; and the best remedies for every injury, as well by acts of parties themselves as by legal proceedings; and either to prevent or remove injuries, or to enforce specific relief or performance, or compensation; and showing the practice in arbitrations, before justices, in Courts of Common Law, Equity, Ecclesiastical and Spiritual, Admiralty and Courts of Appeal. With new practical forms, intended as a court and circuit companion. By Joseph Chitty, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister.” In three volumes of near a thousand es each. Pag We briefly characterised this book in our last number as one which no legal practitioner ought to be without, a more minute and extended examination of it (the second part of it has since appeared) has amply confirmed that judgment. Valuable as are Mr. Chitty's former labours, and highly as they are appreciated by the profession, we have no hesitation in expressing our conviction that the merits and usefulness of the present work will entitle him to claim from them a double debt of gratitude. “On all of these subjects the author has left little information to be desired, and has in fact brought together, in one shape or other, almost all that is to be found in the two first, and much of the other two volumes of Blackstone, with the addition of the subsequent authorities, and of an almost infinite number of practical hints and directions which would be looked for in vain in the works of any other elementary writer. “Here then our readers will admit, a wide field of practical and valuable information is traversed, and we can safely add, with a minute and patient accuracy, without which its very extent would have been an evil.”—London Law Magazine.
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B AR BOUR AND H A R RINGTON's DIG Es.T.
“An Analytical Digest of the Equity Cases, decided in the Courts of the several States, and of the United States, from the earliest period: and of the decisions in Equity, in the Courts of Chancery and Exchequer in England and Ireland, and the Privy Council and House of Lords, from Hilary Term, 1822; and forming, with the third edition of Bridgman's Digest, a complete.abstract of all the American, English and Irish Equity o down to 1836. By O. L. Barbour, Counsellor at Law, and E. B. Harrington.” 3 vols, 8vo.
C H IT TY O N P L E A D IN G.
A new edition, with additional Notes and References. 3 volumes 8vo.
PHILLIPS ON THE LAW OF PATENTS.
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