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FOR JUNE, 1828; OCTOBER, 1828; AND JANUARY, 1829.
43, Fleet STREET.
Art. 1- PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PLEADING.
1. Speech of H. Brougham, Esq., on the Present State
of the Law.
Legal Reforms proposed by Mr. Brougham. By C. E.
Dodd, Esq., Barrister at Law.
Edward Lawes, Serjeant at Law.
ticle “ Jurisprudence." By James Mill, Esq., Author of
the History of British India.
Pleading ; No. XI. Art. 3. On Practice and Pleading.
ART. II.-REFORMS IN CHANCERY.
1. A History of the Court of Chancery, with Practical
Remarks, &c. By Joseph Parkes, Solicitor, Birming
England. By J. Millar, Esq.
missioners appointed to inquire into the Practice of
ART. III.-MERCANTILE LAW.-No. I.
Art. IV.-ON CONVEYANCING.-No. I.
Critical Remarks on some Popular Writers....
BANKRUPT Act, 6 G. IV. c. 16. WITH EXCLUSIVE RE-
ART VI.-ON THE DOCTRINE OF ESTOPPEL WITH REFER
ENCE TO THE TRANSFER OF CONTINGENT AND EXECU-
ART. VII. – ON THE MODES OF PROCEEDING AGAINST
TENANTS HOLDING OVER
55 .... 9 from the top read “in” before “ a treatise."
9 from the bottom, for “ freehold” read “ freeholds."