The practice in courts of justice in England and the United States / by Conway Robinson.
Richmond : A. Morris, 1854-1874.
7 volumes ; 23 cm.
Making of Modern Law legal treatises.
Formatted Contents Note
v. 1. As to the place and time of a transaction or proceeding, treating chiefly of the conflict of laws and the statute of limitations v. 2. Treating of the subject matter of personal actions, in other words, of the right of action v. 3. Treating of personal actions with respect to the parties who may sue and be sued, the form of action, and the frame of the pleadings v. 4. As to pleadings in personal actions, treating particularly of declarations, and giving forms thereof v. 5-6. As to the grounds and form of defence in personal actions v. 7. Further, in personal actions, as to the grounds and form of defence, and the answer to that defence.
Title varies; v. 6-7 have title: Principles and practice of courts of justice in England and the United States. Imprint varies; v. 5-7 published by Woodhouse & Parham. Includes indexes. Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.