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CAREFULLY ADAPTED TO
The Use of Schools and ¥oung Persons;
A GLOSSARY, QUESTIONS, AND NOTES,
A GENERAL INTRODUCTION.
BY SAMUEL WARREN, Esg. F.R.S.
OF THE INNER TEMPLE.
Est quôdam prodire tenus, si non datur ultra.-Hor.
Law Bookseller to His Majesty ;
BLACKWOOD AND SON, EDINBURGH ; MILLIKEN AND SON, DUBLIN.
MR. Warren's share of this work is limited to
the original suggestion, plan, and general superintendence of it while passing through the press--the framing of the “Questions, and a few of the Notes, as well as the composition of the “ Introduction” and “ Glossary."
The principal selection of the ensuing Extracts, together with almost all the Notes, and the “Continuation ” of the last chapter of the Commentaries down to the present time, have been undertaken by a gentleman at the Common Law Bar, of very great general, as well as professional acquirements and experience.
Bell Yard, Lincoln's Inn Fields,
20th Nov. 1836.