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A TREATISE on the LAW of BOROUGHS and CORPORA. TIONS, deduced from the earliest to the present Times; and including their General History, the History, Origin, and Law of the Right of Election, and of the King's Prerogative in granting Charters; as well as the binding Effect of Charters and By-Laws; and the Power of Corporations to admit Freemen; with an Appendix of Records and Charters illustrative of these Points. By H. A. MERewether, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law, Author of "The Sketch of the History of Boroughs, and the Report of the West Looe Election Case."
This Work will be published in two Volumes Royal 8vo. with all convenient speed; and Gentlemen desirous of taking Copies, will please to signify the same to their respective Booksellers, or to HENRY BUTTERWORTH, Law Bookseller, 7, FleetStreet, near Temple Bar.
The Communication of any local information illustrative of the subject, will be thankfully received by the Publisher.
The LAW and PRACTICE of MANDAMUS. Esq. of the Inner Temple.
By W. J. IMPEY,
OF THE LAW RELATIVE TO THE
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
CONTAINING FORMS OF PETITIONS, AND THE ENGLISH, IRISH,
IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.
BY H. I. SHEPHERD, ESQ.
OF LINCOLN'S INN, BARRISTER AT LAW.
LAW BOOKSELLER, AND PUBLISHER,
7, FLEET-STREET, NEAR TEMPLE BAR.
In the summary of the law of elections which precedes this collection of the statutes, the author has endeavoured to compress whatever matters he deemed of most practical importance, into as small a compass as might consist with clearness, and to present a concise statement of the points of law which most frequently arise, either at the hustings or before a committee. It was thought more convenient to state in the summary what the author conceived to be the effect of the provisions of the statutes, and in some instances merely to refer to them, than to insert extracts from them; because the subject being thus relieved from the lengthened and technical phraseology of the legislature, is communicated more familiarly to the reader; and the statutes themselves are added in the appendix, that the words of the legislature may be resorted to when required for the purpose of reference or citation.