2d ed.; with notes, references marginal abstracts, and a new index, by Edward Smirke.
xiv, 542 (that is, 499), 44 unnumbered pages ; 25 cm
Paging irregular, following the starred paging of earlier edition inset in the margin of the text. "Freeman's Law and Chancery reports (now in separate volumes) were first published together in one volume, folio in 1742. They were often cited 1 and 2 Freeman, respectively." cf. Soule, Lawyer's reference manual, 1884, p. 96. A few decisions in equity...are also inserted in the midst of the common law cases contained in the present volume. The notes, and other additional matter which accompany these, are altogether borrowed from the appendix to Freeman's Equity cases recently edited by Mr. Hovenden." -- Preface.