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THE

STUDENT'S GUIDE

TO

STEPHEN'S NEW COMMENTARIES

ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND

(NINTH EDITION).

BY

EDWARD HENSLOWE BEDFORD,

SOLICITOR, 9, King's BENCH WALK, TEMPLE.

EDITOR OF "THE PRELIMINARY," AND AUTHOR OF "THE PRELIMINARY DIGEST,"
THE GUIDE TO THE PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION FOR SOLICITORS, THE PRELIMINARY GUIDE
TO LATIN GRAMMAR, THE INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION GUIDE, THE INTERMEDIATE
EXAMINATION GUIDE TO BOOK-KEEPING, THE FINAL EXAMINATION GUIDE TO
THE PRACTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE, AND TO
BANKRUPTCY, PROBATE AND DIVORCE, OUTLINE OF AN ACTION
IN THE CHANCERY DIVISION, THE FINAL EXAMINA.

TION DIGEST, ETC., ETC.

"LEGE NON MULTA SED MULTUM."

THIRD EDITION.

LONDON:
STEVENS AND SONS, 119, CHANCERY LANE,

Law Publishers and Booksellers.

• 1884.

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OXFORD

LONDON: W. I. RICHARDSON, PRINTER, 4 AND 5, GREAT QUEEN STREET,

LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS.

PREFACE

TO THE THIRD EDITION.

A THIRD Edition of this Guide having been called for I have prepared it to meet recent legislation as far as appears in the 9th edition to the Commentaries, and added the Answers to all the Examination Questions which have been asked since the publication of my last Edition. The fact of the Second Edition being out of print in so short a time speaks for the value of the work, and I would only add that I sincerely trust that the Third Edition may meet with even greater success than its predecessor.

E. H. B.

9, King's BENCH WALK, INNER TEMPLE,

February, 1884.

PREFACE

TO THE FIRST EDITION.

The fact of Stephen's Commentaries being set for the Intermediate Examination of 1880 necessitates my bringing out another Guide. I have founded my questions as well as I could on those set at bygone Examinations, and I have in many instances endeavoured to anticipate the Examiners—I hope with fair success. In my answers I have epitomised the subject-matter as much as possible, and I trust that Students will find the work a help towards mastering the contents of “The Commentaries.”

E. H. B.

9, King's Bench WALK, INNER TEMPLE,

January, 1879.

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