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X. ROBINSON'S ELEMENTARY LAW.
ELEMENTARY LAW.—By William C. Robinson, LL.D., Professor of Elementary Law in Yale College. 12mo. Leatherette, $2.50 net; lawsheep, $3.00 net.
This work is intended to serve three purposes: (1) To form a text book for the use of students in law schools, and of others who are under competent instruction; (2) To guide private students ii? their investigation of the rules and definitions of the law; (3) To render students familiar with some of the leading treatises upon the principal topics of the law.
It contains a statement of the principles, rules, and definitions of American Common Law, both civil and criminal, arranged in logical order, with references to treatises in which such definitions, rules, and principles are more extensively discussed.
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STEPHEN'S DIGEST OF EVIDENCE.
A DIGEST OF THE LAW OF EVIDENCE. By Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, K.C.S.L, a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division. From the Fourth English Edition. With Notes and Additional Illustrations to the Present Time, chiefly from American Cases, including those of John Wilder May, late Chief Justice of the Municipal Court of the City of Boston, author of "The Law of Insurance/' &c.
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