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OCTOBER, 1875.

JUDICATURE ACTS. Wilson's Judicature Acts, Rules and Forms. With

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PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT

AT LAW AND IN EQUITY:

BEING A TREATISE ON

THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES CONCERNING THE

VALIDITY OF AGREEMENTS,
WITH A SPECIAL VIEW TO THE COMPARISON OF LAW AND EQUITY,
AND WITH REFERENCES TO THE INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,

AND OCCASIONALLY TO
ROMAN, AMERICAN, AND CONTINENTAL LAW.

BY

FREDERICK POLLOCK,

OF LINCOLN'S-INN, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW,
LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.

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