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July.

21st. KNIGHT, HENRY, Esq., Solicitor. 25th. CLAPHAM, WILLIAM H., Esq., Solicitor, aged 58. 31st. CLARKE, NATHANIEL R., Esq., Serjeant-at-Law, Judge of the

County Courts of Wolverhampton, Oldbury, and Walsall ; and Recorder of Lincoln, Newark, Northampton, and Walsall. Aged 75.

August.
19th. Evans, ROBERT, Esq., Solicitor, aged 34.
22nd. BROWN, CHARLES J., Esq., Solicitor, aged 61.
23rd. CLOUGH, WILLIAM, Esq., Solicitor, aged 50.

WILLIAMS, HENRY, Esq., Solicitor.
Roscoe, W. C., Barrister.

September

5th. MOORE, REGNIER W., Esq., Barrister, aged 41.

Floyd, Cookson S., Esq., Solicitor, aged 48. 7th. CONGREVE, John F., Esq., Solicitor.

KINDER, W. S., Esq., Solicitor, aged 37. 8th. DIGNAM, THOMAS, Esq., Solicitor, aged 60. 9th. HYDE, CHARLES, Esq., Solicitor, aged 64.

WALFORD, ARTHUR, Esq., Solicitor, aged 53. 13th. ALEXANDER, E. N., Esq., Solicitor. 14th. VALLANCE, THOMAS, Esq., Barrister, aged 23. 15th. WILBRAHAM, EDWARD, Esq., Q.C., aged 74. 18th. LANGHAM, T. P., Esq., Solicitor, aged 41.

GAWTRESS, WILLIAM S., Esq., Barrister, aged 41. 19th. BOYSE, AUGUSTUS F., Esq., Barrister, aged 36. 24th. MARTIN, RICHARD C., Esq., Barrister, aged 50. 25th. STOGDON, John, Esq., Solicitor, aged 53. 30th. DOWLING, RICHARD B., Esq., Barrister.

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October.

1st. HICKS, JOHN, Esq., Barrister, 2nd. BESSONNETT, JAMES, Esq., Q.C., assistant Barrister for the

County Waterford.

BEDFORD, HENRY, Esq., Solicitor, aged 61. 3rd. ANGELL, ALFRED, Esq., Solicitor, aged 57. 4th. EDWARDS, WILLIAM, Esq., Solicitor, aged 69. 5th. Fox, John E., Esq., Solicitor, aged 64. 7th. HOWARD, THOMAS, Esq., Solicitor, aged 73. 10th, DOCKRELL, JOHN J., Esq., Solicitor. 15th. RANDALL, ALFRED B., Esq., Solicitor, aged 27.

List of Pew Publications.

Coote–The Practice of the High Court of Admiralty of England; with Forms and Bills of Costs. By H. C. Coote, Proctor, Author of “ The Practice of the Court of Probate.” 8vo, cloth.

Crabb— The Act for the Transfer of Property Amendment, and for the Relief of Trustees, 1859. By Leonard Shelford, Esq., Barrister ; intended as a supplement to Christie's Crabb's Conveyancing, and delivered gratis to purchasers of that work.

ork. Royal 8vo, sewed. Dixon-A Digest of Cases connected with the Law of the Farm ; including the Agricultural Customs of England and Wales. By H. H. Dixon, Esq., Barrister. Second Edition. Post 8vo, 18s. cloth.

Flower-A Letter to the Lord Chancellor with reference to the Investment of the Cash Balances belonging to the Suitors of the Court of Chancery, and the mode in which Government Securities are Purchased and Sold on the Suitor's account. By J. W. Flower, Solicitor. 8vo, Is. sewed.

Garoler-The South Australian System of Conveyance by Registration of Title, with Instructions for the Guidance of Parties dealing : illustrated by copies of the Books and Forms in Use in the Land Titles Office. By R. R. Torrens. To which is added the South Australian Real Property Act, as amended in the Sessions 1858, with a Copious Index. By H. Gawler, Esq., Barrister. 8vo, 4s. sewed.

Hertslet-A Complete Collection of the Treaties, and Conventions, and Reciprocal Regulations, at present subsisting between Great Britain and Foreign Powers; and of the Laws, Decrees, and Orders in Council concerning the same, so far as they relate to Commerce and Navigation, Slave Trade, Post-Office Communications, Copyright, and to the Privileges and Interests of the Subjects of the High Contracting Parties. Compiled from Authentic Documents. By L. Hertslet, Esq., late Librarian, &c., Foreign Office. Vol. X. 8vo, 30s. boards.

Hill-A Manual of the Practice of the Court of Probate. By A. S. Hill, Esq., Barrister. Royal 12mo, 8s. cloth.

Hopkins-A Hand-Book of Average, for the Use of Merchants, Agents, Shipowners, Masters, and Others; with a Chapter on Arbitration; to which are added Appendices of the most Recent Decisions in our Courts on those subjects. By M. Hopkins. Second Edition. 8vo, 15s, cloth.

Hunter— The Act to Amend the Law of Property, and to Relieve Trustees (22 & 23 Vict., cap. 35): with Introductions and Practical Notes. By J. Hunter, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 12mo, boards.

Pask--The Practice of Registering Judgments, Decrees, Orders, Rules, Crown Debts, Annuities, &c., in the Common Pleas at Westminster, and the Local Registries for Middlesex, Yorkshire, and the Palatine Courts of Lancaster and Durham ; containing Instructions and Forms for Registering, &c., Directions for Searching, &c., with Acts and Decisions. By J. Pask, Clerk and Registrar in Common Pleas. 12mo, 5s. 6d. cloth.

Powell-A Treatise on the Law of Evidence. By E. Powell, Esq., Barrister. Second Edition. 12mo, 12s. cloth.

Smethurst—The Queen against Thomas Smethurst. Minutes of Evidence printed from the Shorthand Notes of Messrs. Barnett and Buckler. Second Edition. 8vo, 2s. 6d. sewed.

Smith-A Compendium of the Law of Real and Personal Property connected with Conveyancing; designed as a comprehensive and concise Text-Book for Students and Practitioners. By J. W. Smith, Esq., Barrister. Second Edition. 8vo, 30s. cloth.

Tilsley-A Digest of the Stamp Acts, and the Judicial Decisions on the Stamp Laws not contained in the Author's Treatise; including Probate, Legacy, and Succession Duties, with Tables of all the Stamp Duties. By H. Tilsley, Esq. Seventh Edition. 8vo, 10s. 6d. cloth.

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Law Magazine and Law Review.

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QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE.

No. XVI.

ART. I.--THE TEMPLE AND THE TEMPLARS.

No. 1.-THE TEMPLE CHURCH.

A GOOD part of the ancient buildings of the two Temples has

during the last forty years fallen to the ground, and new edifices have taken the place of the old. The seventeenth and eighteenth century work, brick outside and wainscot inside, have fallen, are falling, and will fall. Much of the antiquated appearance and peculiar characteristics of the Temple are thus departing, or have vanished; but no part has undergone greater alteration, during the recollection of the present generation, than the interior of the Temple Church.

When we first “attended” the Temple church—it may be some quarter of a century ago-it presented an appearance so totally different to what we now see, that one might be well excused for denying the identity of the building. Deep-coloured and well-varnished wainscoting, of the complexion of rich Spanish mahogany, and whitewash more or less dirty, were the prevail

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