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INDEX TO VOL. I.
Law Magazine and Law Review.
American Faction, 274..
Appellate Judicature, 368.
Books, Short Notes of New, 225, 454.
County Courts, Strictures on Legislation as to, 46, 387.
Current Legal Literature, 139.
Divorce Bill, Remarks as to, 387.
Dunn's Case, Remarks as to, 385.
Encumbered Estates Act-Errington v. Rorke, 312.
Events of the Quarter, 227, 455.
Evidence in Palmer's Case considered, 332.
Judicial Statistics, 191, 407.
Jurisprudence, History of; Writings of Puffendorf and Leibnitz, 1.
Law Amendment Society, Papers of :--
Report on Partnership Bill, 107.
Lord Brougham's Observations respecting Breaches of Trust, 112.
Joint Stock Companies Bill, 116.
Mr. Bellenden Ker's Letter to Lord Brougham, 122.
Law relating to Property of Married Women, 391.
Law Reform, Letter of Lord Brougham respecting, 419.
Life Peerages, Legality of, considered, 35.
Measure of Damages ex Delicto, 268.
Minister of Public Justice-his Functions and Duties, 315.
Probate of Wills, 252.
Publications, List of New, 231, 460.
VOL. I. NO. II.
Reports of the Charity Commissioners examined, 71.
Le Quesne's History of Jersey, 23.
Hon. C. Langdale's Memoirs of Mrs. Fitzherbert, 92.
Warren's Abridgment of Blackstone, 139, 142.
Broom's Commentaries, 139, 143.
Dickson's Law of Evidence in Scotland, 179.
Lord Cockburn's Memorials, 233.
Mayne on Law of Damages, 268.
Short Notes of Cases :
Equity, 196, 422.
Common Law, 210, 438.
Statute Law Commission, Strictures on, 152.
The Dyce-Sombre Case, 356.
The Four Heirs to Sovereignty in France, 51.
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