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INDEX TO VOL. XXII., FOURTH SERIES, 1896-97,
53, 126, 198, 270
CURRENT NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL LAW. By John M.
Gover, LL.D., Barrister-at-Law 41, 115, 182, 251
FURTHER Notes ON INTERNATIONAL LAW.
By W. P.
Barrister-at-Law, Recorder of Bath
John WilkES AND THE LIBERTY OF THE Press,
Court. By W. P. PAIN, LL B., Barrister-at-Law 169
45, 117, 260
OBITER Dicta .
I, 59, 139,
Procedure in Poetry. By James Williams, D.C.L.,
.. 53, 127, 199, 271
56 56 56 56
TASWELL-LANGMEAD's English Constitutional History ...
Probates and Administrations
Femme Mariée ; Les Salaires de la Famille Ouvrière
KILBURN'S Admiralty Jurisdiction and
127 127 128 129 129 130
131 131 132 133 133 134 134
135 136 199 199 200
Publications of the Selden Society, Select Cases in
Chancery, A.D. 1364 to 1471
203 PLUMPTRE AND Mackay, Grant's Law Relating to Bankers 203 Jolly, Seaborne's Law of Reil Property
203 Hodsoll, New System of Book-keeping for Solicitors 204 Dicey, Law of the Constitution
204 FOLKARD, Law of Slander and Lihel
205 DE COLYAR, Law of Guarantees
206 BULLEN, DODD, AND CLIFFORD, Bullen and Leake's Precedents of Pleadings
206 Macy, The English Constitution
208 BASTABLE, Theory of International Trade ...
208 DURANDO, Il Tabellionato o Notariato
208 PUBLICATIONS OF The Selden Society, Select Pleas in the Court of Admiralty, Vol. II., A.D. 1547-1602
271 ELTON AND Mackay, Robinson on Gavelkind
272 Bund, Oke's Game Laws Encyclopædia of the Laws of England. Vol. II. ... ODGERS, Six Lectures on the Outline of the Law of Libel 274 BIRRELL, Four Lectures on Employers' Liability at Home and Abroad
275 GORDON, Monopolies by Patents
276 Willis, Roman Law Examination Test
276 SHUTTLEWORTH, County Courts Act, 1888
276 KIME, International Law Directory
277 Kyshe, Law and privileges...
279 REMARKS ON THE SITUATION IN CRETE, Some. By Th. Baty, Whewell Scholar of International Law
161 RIGHT OF COUNSEL TO BE INSTRUCTED BY LAY CLIENTS. By JUNIUS.
73 SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF MR. JUSTICE MAULE. By A CONTEMPORARY.
3 THE LATE SIR TRAVERS Twiss. By THE EDITOR THIRTEENTH Century STATUTES, SOME. II. By G. J. TURNER, Barrister-at-Law
240 QUARTERLY DIGFST OF ALL REPORTED Cases. By T. J.
BARNES, Barrister-at-Law. Vol. XXII. (Nov.,
I, 37, 55,
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