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OF LINCOLN'S INN, BARRISTER AT LAW, AND LATE FELLOW
OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
FOR Joseph BUTTERWORTH & SON, LONDON;
J. COOKE, ORMOND QUAY, DUBLIN; T. CLARK, PARLIAMENT SQUARE,
EDINBURGH; AND J. DEIGHTON & SONS, CAMBRIDGE.
THE MASTER AND THE FELLOWS
TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE:
I have presumed to inscribe this Work to you, which I have prepared during my residence in your College, in the intervals of relaxation from my profession that have been afforded me. When I observed the advancement in every department of learning which the members of your illustrious Society were daily atchieving, I also felt desirous of endeavouring to contribute to the improvement of our National Jurisprudence, by republishing and illustrating the writings of an eminent