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P. 444, note 6, add A supplemental grant, or as it is commonly called, a cessate

grant, is distinguished from a grant de bonis non as being a regrant of the whole of the deceased's personal (and, in India, real) estate as it was em

braced in the original grant, Coote, Prob. 176. P. 483, note 1, col. 1, l. 16, after Christianity insert (9 Mad. 466). P. 486. Several of the suggestions here made have been skilfully carried out

in Act I of 1887 (For further shortening the language used in Acts of

the Governor-General in Council, and for other purposes). P. 489, sec. 3, cl. (1), before repealed insert wholly or partially !. P. 489, notes, col. 2, 1. 7, after 137 insert the right to reserve a fixed annual

allowance out of the revenues of a temple, 10 Bom. 149. P. 498, note 1, add 9 All. 74, P. 510, 1. 20 et seq. That payment of wages in liquor is not a sale, see 9

Mad. 141.

P. 513, note 3, add and the Specific Relief Act, sec. 21, last illustration to

clause (a). P. 516, notes, col. 2, 1. 1, after 140 insert 9 Mad. 141. P. 517, notes, col. 2, 1. 1, after companies insert 10 Bom. 211. P. 521, 1. 10, after right insert unless perhaps by sec. 70. P. 527, note 7, before Code insert Contract Act, sec. 145. P. 528, 1. 18. As to agreements to mortgage future moveable property, see 13 Cal. 262.

As to mortgages of debts, see the Transfer of Property Act, sec. 138. P. 533. That the obligation arising from a foreign judgment belongs to the

class of quasi-contracts, see 6 Bom. 292, 294. P. 545, note 3, as to sec. 17 of 21 Geo. III, c. 70, see 5 Cal. 688. P. 546, note 1, add 7 Moo. I. A. 263 ; 12 ibid. 361. P. 546, note 6, add Where A promised B to subscribe to the erection of a

town-hall, and B on the faith of the subscriptions of A and others contracted with C to erect the hall, held that B might sue A for his

subscription, 14 Cal. 64. P. 554, note 1, see i Cal. 330. P. 555, notes, col. 2, after l. 11 insert For a case in which the Court upheld

an agreement between an attorney and his client see 3 Cal. 473. P. 563, note 1, add and see 3 Cal. 192: 4 Cal. 137. More as to unconscion

able bargains, 12 Cal. 225. P. 579, notes, col. I, That in cases of rescission time is of the essence, see 6

Cal. 64. P. 581, sec. 60: as to other circumstances' see 13 Cal. 164, 168. P. 583, sec. 65, see 9 Mad. 444. P. 584, note 4, add So in the Code of Criminal Procedure, sec. 488. P. 592, sec. 74, Exception, see 13 Cal. 200. Note 2, add 9 All. 74. P. 594, note 4, 1. 9, after Hindús insert 10 Cal. 588. P. 601, note 2, add as where the goods are sold on credit, or collateral security

is taken for the price. P. 616, note 2, add, and see 8 All. 259. P. 638, sec. 213, see 6 Cal. 754, where Field J. held that an agent did not

discharge this duty by merely delivering written accounts without attending to explain them and produce the vouchers. To enable the agent

1 Act I of 1887, sec. 9. VOL. I.

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to produce his accounts the principal must give him reasonable access to such books and papers in the principal's possession as may be necessary for

that purpose, ibid. P. 651, note 1, add see sec. 251 supra. P. 653, note 2, l. 1, after or insert by a law rendering it illegal. P. 655, note 2. That the retirement of a dormant partner is an exception to the

rule that a partner's agency ends by notice, see 9 Mad. 494. P. 659, note 2, add On the construction of bills of lading, see 4 Cal. 736,

5 Cal. 477 P. 673, note 3, col. 2, 1. 6, after 346 insert in the Panjáb, Boulnois and

Rattigan's Notes, p. 260 : Rattigan, Digest, p. 85. P. 679, note 2, add Indorsements on allonges to Government securities are

rendered ineffective by Act XIII of 1886, sec. 6. P. 731, note 2, add As to those of the Panjáb, see Tupper's Punjab Customary

Law (Calcutta 1881), üi. 217–244, Act IV of 1872, sec. 13, Act XII of

1878, sec. 2, and Rattigan's Digest, p. 30. P. 775, note 7. That there must be a debt existing at the time of the deposit,

see 10 Bom. 634, 644. P. 781, sec. 67, cl. (d), see 9 All. 73, where Edge C.J. said that this clause

merely declared the previous law. P. 791, note 2, add 10 Bom. 648: 9 All. 125. P. 794. As to the right of one of several joint mortgagors to redeem the whole

estate, see 10 Bom. 648. P. 877, note 1, add See as to such absentees, Rattigan, Digest, 77, 78. P. 888, I. 21, after 117 insert and in the Specific Relief Act, sec. 20, ill.

THE END.

CORRIGENDA.

P. 1. 1. 3, for three read four.
P. 1. l. 4, for and VIII of 1882 read VIII of 1882 and X of 1886.
P. 7, col. 2, 1. 19, for VIII of 1881, read XII of 1886.
P. 36, 1. 17, for It seems to me, says read Ancient English lawgivers can

hardly have anticipated the opinion of
P. 53, note 2, 1. 2, for gesellschaft read Gesellschaft.
P. 91, 1. 8, for and VIII of 1882 read VIII of 1882 and X of 1886.
P. 270, ill. (d), 1. 6, for committs read commits.
P. 274, marginal note to sec. 474, for ' valuable security or will read document.
P. 313, 1. 16, omit ' lately.'
P. 485, I. 3, for and read &.
P. 509, $ 7 a, for Wages read Wagers.
P. 516, 1. 28, for him in read him, is.
P. 527, note 6, l. 1, for 145 read 124.
P. 529, 1. 4, for pawnor read pawnee : 1. 8, for or read on.
P. 552, notes, col. 1, 1. 8, transfer companies' to line 10, after 75.'
P. 552, notes, col. 2, 1. 12, for expl. read excep.
P. 560, notes, col. 1, lines 1-3. "That... 480' should be transferred to the

beginning of note 3, p. 561. P. 560, notes, col. 1, lines 10-14, 'As....83' should be transferred to p. 559

and inserted in note 3, line 11, after • 33.' P. 588, note 1, l. 1, for uit read suit. P. 955, notes, col. 2, 1. 3, for Balmarino read Balmanno.

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