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LAWS OF ENGLAND;
IN FOUR BOOKS.
By SIR WILLIAM BLACKSTONE, Knight,
ONE OF THE JUSTICES OF His MAJESTY's Court OF COMMON Pleas.
SUCH NOTES OF ENDURING VALUE AS HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN
THE SEVERAL ENGLISH EDITIONS.
A COPIOUS ANALYSIS OF THE CONTENTS.
And Additional Notes with References to English and American Decisions and Statutes,
Full Table of Abbreviations, and
SOME CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE STUDY OF THE LAW.
BY THOMAS M. COOLEY,
JAY PROFESSOR OF LAW IN THE UNIVERSITY of MICHIGAN, AND AUTHOR OF
VOL. 1. INCLUDING BOOKS I & II.
Entered according to act of Congress in the year eighteen handred and seventy,
BY CALLAGHAN & COCKCROFT,
Entered according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-twu,
BY CALLAGHAN & Co.,
CHARLES VAN BENTHUYSEN & SONS,
ALBANY, NEW YORK.
LAW DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
THIS EDITION OF A WORK WHOSE CAREFUL AND FREQUENT PERUSAL
CANNOT FAIL TO STRENGTHEN THEIR LOVE OF THE LAW AS A