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Procedure in Poetry. By James Williams, D.C.L.,

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Coote's And Tristram's Contentious Practice in Granting

Probates and Administrations
Harris's Principles of the Criminal Law
Pollock's First Book of Jurisprudence for Students in the

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Thayer's Preliminary Treatise on Evidence at the Common

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AMRAM's Jewish Law of Divorce
COLDSTREAM's Institutions of Italy
LYON AND REDMAN's Law of Bills of Sale
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HUNTER, Preservation of Open Spaces
PATERSON's Practical Statutes
Rivier, Principes du Droit des Gens
Nys, Études de Droit International et de Droit Politique
FRANK, Le Témoignage de la Femme ; L'Épargne de la

Femme Mariée ; Les Salaires de la Famille Ouvrière
Hunt's Law of Boundaries and Fences
The Yearly County Court Practice, 1897
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EDWARDS' Compendium of the Law of Property in Land
Raikes, Maritime Codes of Spain and Portugal
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HAYCRAFT, Executive Powers in Relation to Crime and

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THE
HE nineteenth Annual Meeting of the American Bar

Association was a memorable one. It was held at Saratoga Springs on August 19th, 20th and 21st. The President, Moorfield Storey, of Boston, Mass., was present, together with many eminent members of the American Bar. Lord Russell of Killowen delivered an address on International Arbitration, and on the same day Mr. Montague Crackanthorpe, Q.C., a member of the English Council of Legal Education, addressed the meeting on Legal Education. Sir Frank Lockwood, Q.C., M.P., was also present.

During the last month a curious incident occurred in London. A Chinese who was sought for by the authorities of his own country, and had come to London, was by some means taken into the Chinese Embassy there, and was not permitted to leave. Rumours of physical injury to the détenu were rife; the Foreign Office were requested by the friends of the détenu to intervene, with the result that the man was released. This raises a curious question of International Law, viz., whether an Ambassador can imprison or punish natives of his own country within the Embassy walls. On the one hand it may be said that the hôtel of an Ambassador is inviolable; but on the other it may more justly be observed that this privilege is a

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