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The Study of the Law;
WHEREIN IS SHEWED,
WHAT THINGS OUGHT TO BE OBSERVED AND
TO THE STUDY OF THE LAW,
AND WHAT, ON THE CONTRARY PART, OUGHT
TO BE ESCHEWED AND AVOIDED.
BY WILLIAM FULBECK, ESQ.
SECOND EDITION, REVISED.
BY T. H. STIRLING, ESQ.
PRINTED FOR J. AND W. T. CLARKE,
PORTUGAL STREET, LINCOLN'S INN.
TO THE READER.
The high estimation in which the following Treatise has always been held on account of its superior learning and legal information, and the great difficulty there lately has been in procuring it, has induced this republication. No alteration has been made except in the type, the orthography, and in publishing the Prior's Case in the English language, which by some gentlemen of great experience in the profession of the Law, was thought the most eligible in a preparatory Treatise. Some few inaccuracies have escaped the Compositor after the correction of the Press, as In tail for Intail, Warrantry for Warranty, &c. but they are merely literal.