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"The Law of Parliament, as determined by regular custom, is incorporated
"into our Constitution; but not so as to warrant an indefinite uncontrollable
“ assumption of power in any case, least of all in Judicial Procedure, where the
* form and essence of Justice are inseparable from each other.”

Hallam's Middle Ages, v. 3, p. 162.

By ALPHEUS TODD,

DEPUTY-LIBRARIAN TO THE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE OF UPPER CANADA, AND
COMPILER OF “AN INDEX TO THE BRITISH STATUTES"

FOR THE USE OF THE SAME.

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TO THE HONORABLE

Sir Allan Napier MacLab, Knt.

SPEAKER OF THE COMMONS HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY OF UPPER

CANADA,

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