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LAW reports. Equity cases before the master | LEACH (Dryden). Proceedings in an action

of the rolls and the vice-chancellors, 1865-67. of false imprisonment, 1765. See MONEY Edited by G. W. Hemming. v. 1-4. 80. (John), and others. London, 1866–67. (2 copies).

LEAKE (Stephen Martin). The elements of High court of admiralty and ecclesias- the law of contracts. lvi, 697 pp. 89. London, tical courts, 1865–67. Reported by Ernst Stevens & sons, 1867. Browning. Edited by James Redfoord Bul- LE CARON (P. L.) Code des émigrès, ou wer. v. 1. 89. London, 1867. (2 copies).

recueil des dispositions législatives, concernPrivy council appeals. Cases heard and

ant les impositions, le séquestre, la confiscadetermined in the judicial committee and the

tion, la régle et la vente des biens des anciens lords of her majesty's most honourable privy

propriétaires appelés à recueillir l'indemnité, council, 1865-67. Reported by Edmund F. de 1789 à 1825. 1 p. 1. 438 pp. 89. Paris, Moore. v. 1. 89. London, 1867. (2 copies). Bossange, 1825.

Public general statutes, with a list of the LECERF (Pierre Louis). Tableau général et local and private acts, 1866–67. v. 1-2. 80.

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LEE (Capt. Thomas). Arraignment and judg- The same. The journal and record of the

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LEECH (Benjamin). Proceedings against LAW times reports, containing all the cases

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les lois barbares et le vieux droit français. xv, for divorce and matrimonial causes, the ad- 420 pp. 40. Paris, A. Durand, 1863. miralty court, the bankruptcy courts, at nisi LEGISLACION de la propiedad literaria. prius, maritime law cases. Together with a [anon.] 270 pp. 89. Madrid, Moya y Plaza, selection of cases of universal application, 1863. decided in the superior courts in Ireland and LEICESTER (Eng.) county of. Rules and in Scotland. New series. March, 1860,

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laws of the United States, 1790 to 1868, with LEIGHTON (Alexander, D. D.) Proceedings notes of judicial decisions thereunder. 2d ed.

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136 pp. 89. Agen, P. Noubel, 1840. States, district of Massachusetts, ss. Bill in equity. Complainant's affidavits. B. R. Curtis LEWIS (David). Trial at Monmouth, for high and J. J. Storrow for complainant. 98, 6 pp.

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LEX ROMANA Visigothorum. Ad lxxviLISLE (lady Alice). Trial, at Winton, for high

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most remarkable criminals who have been deeds and preventive annotations affecting the same; decrees respecting legal incapacity;

executed for the highway, street-robberies, absent parties, etc. and also provisions for

piracy, rapes, murder, etc. [anon.] v.2. 12o. giving effect in Spain to deeds executed in

London, J. Osborn, 1740. foreign countries, and to the judgments of LLANDAFF (Richard Watson, bishop of ).

See WATSON. foreign courts; with a glossary of Spanish terms therein used. Translated and edited by LLOYD (William, bishop of Worcester), and William Grain. ix, 150 pp. 89. London, H.

LLOYD (-, his son). The evidence Sweet, 1867.

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