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FOR FEBRUARY, 1837; AND MAY, 1837.
SAUNDERS AND BENNING, LAW BOOKSELLERS,
43, FLEET STREET.
2. A Return of the Number of Persons committed to
Prison on Summary Convictions in England and Wales,
in the year ending Michaelmas 1835, by one or more
Justices of the Peace acting out of Quarter Sessions.
Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed Au-
1. Report from the Select Committee on Record Com-
mission, together with the Minutes of Evidence, Ap-
pendix and Index. Ordered by the House of Com-
mons to be printed, 15th August, 1836.
2. Proceedings of the Record Commissioners (or Agenda)
from June, 1832, to August, 1833.
1. A Letter to H. Warburton, Esq. M.P. on his Pro-
posed Alteration in The Registration of Voters.
2. The New Bills for the Registration of Electors criti-
cally Examined, &c. By John David Chambers, Esq.
ART. I.-TRIAL BY JURY IN CIVIL CAUSES IN SCOLAND.
A Practical Treatise and Observations on Trial by Jury
in Civil Causes, as now incorporated with the Jurisdic-
tion of the Court of Session. By the Right Hon.
1. Treatise on the Magistracy of England, and the Origin
and Expenditure of County Rates, illustrating the pre-
sent defective Management of County Financial Affairs,
the irresponsibility of Justices of the Peace, the exist-
ing inefficiency of Parish Constables, and the want of
a County Police. By Edward Mullins, Solicitor.
2. A Bill to establish Councils for the better Management
of County Rates in England and Wales, prepared and
brought in by Mr. Hume and Mr. Alston.
3. Report of the Commissioners for Inquiring into County