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PO W E RS;
BRINGING THE NEW ENACTMENTS AND CASES DOWN TO 1841.
BY HENRY CHANCE, ESQ.,
OF LINCOLN'S-INN, BARRISTER AT LAW.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
7, FLEET STREET;
LEWIS DUVAL, ESQUIRE,
OF LINCOLN's-Inn, BARRISTER AT Law.
MY DEAR SIR,
When I solicited of you the favour of allowing to be placed at the head of this work the name of a gentleman so conversant with the subject of which it professes to treat, I was not insensible of the circumstance that I should thereby expose myself to the disadvantage of especially drawing to it the attention of one by whom its faults would be readily detected. On the other hand, I felt assured that with the liberality and candour which are the usual accompaniments of extensive information, every allowance would be made for the difficulty of my task.
You have been kind enough to augur favourably of the result of my undertaking ; and now that the work is for the first time presented to your notice, of course I cannot but at least desire that