Principles of the English law of contract and of agency in its relation to contract;
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PRINCIPLESOF TUBENGLISH LAW OF CONTRACTAND OPAGENCY IN ITS RELATION TO CONTRACTANSONPRINCIPLESOP THEENGLISH LAWOF CONTRACTAND OFAGENCY IN ITS RELATION TO CONTRACTBYTHE EIGHT HONOURABLESIR WILLIAM R. D.C.L.ANSON, BART.,OP THB INNER BARRISTER-AT-LAWTEMPLE,SOMETIME WARDEN OF ALL SOULS OXFORDCOLLEGE,Sixteenth EditionBYMAURICE L. C.B.GWYER,OF THE INNER BARRISTER-AT-LAWTEMPLE,LATE FELLOW OF ALL SOULS OXFORDCOLLEGE,OXFORDAT THE CLARENDON PRESSLONDON: HUMPHREY MILFORDSOLD BYALSO&STEVENS 119 & 120 CHANCERY LONDONSONS, LIMITED, LANE,1923OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESSLondon Edinburgh Glasgow CopenhagenNew York Toronto Melbourne TownCapeMadrasCalcuttaBombay ShanghaiHUMPHREY MILFORDPublisher theto UniversityPrinted in EnglandPREFACETO THE SIXTEENTH EDITIONinTHERE are no material the editionchanges presentof the Law but the book has been revisedof Contract,rewritten.and somethroughout passagesSince the last edition Sir John Miles andappeared,theirMr. J. L. have CasesBrierly published illustratingthe General the Law a collectionPrinciples of of Contract,in the lifetime of Sir William Anson and with hisbegunand intended as a volume to hisapproval, companionbook. The Editor is much indebted to them for theirkindness in to him the list of cases whichcommunicatingto include in their and forcollection,they proposed manyandvaluable criticisms. He has alsosuggestions againto his to his Mr. F. D.friend,acknowledge obligationsK.C.MacKinnon,M. L. G ...

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PRINCIPLES OF TUB ENGLISH LAW OF CONTRACT AND OP AGENCY IN ITS RELATION TO CONTRACT ANSON PRINCIPLES OP THE ENGLISH LAWOF CONTRACT AND OF AGENCY IN ITS RELATION TO CONTRACT BY THE EIGHT HONOURABLE SIR WILLIAM R. D.C.L.ANSON, BART., OP THB INNER BARRISTER-AT-LAWTEMPLE, SOMETIME WARDEN OF ALL SOULS OXFORDCOLLEGE, Sixteenth Edition BY MAURICE L. C.B.GWYER, OF THE INNER BARRISTER-AT-LAWTEMPLE, LATE FELLOW OF ALL SOULS OXFORDCOLLEGE, OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS LONDON: HUMPHREY MILFORD SOLD BYALSO &STEVENS 119 & 120 CHANCERY LONDONSONS, LIMITED, LANE, 1923 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS London Edinburgh Glasgow Copenhagen New York Toronto Melbourne TownCape MadrasCalcuttaBombay Shanghai HUMPHREY MILFORD Publisher theto University Printed in England PREFACE TO THE SIXTEENTH EDITION inTHERE are no material the editionchanges present of the Law but the book has been revisedof Contract, rewritten.and somethroughout passages Since the last edition Sir John Miles andappeared, theirMr. J. L. have CasesBrierly published illustrating the General the Law a collectionPrinciples of of Contract, in the lifetime of Sir William Anson and with hisbegun and intended as a volume to hisapproval, companion book. The Editor is much indebted to them for their kindness in to him the list of cases whichcommunicating to include in their and forcollection,they proposed many andvaluable criticisms. He has alsosuggestions again to his to his Mr. F. D.friend,acknowledge obligations K.C.MacKinnon, M. L. G. June, 1923. PREFACE TO THE SIXTH EDITION WHEN the of Contract was first introduced intosubject at in thethe School of Oxford, 1877,Jurisprudence year teachers of Law had to consider the books which their best be directed to read. Some works on the pupils might of value to thesubject, acknowledged practising lawyer, were suitable for and the choice seemedbeginners,hardly to lie between the works of Mr. Sir FrederickLeake, andthelateMr. Smith. Of Mr. Smith alonethese,Pollock, wtote and I as a readfor students, had, student,expressly his book with interest and But I thatadvantage. thought it left treatise outroom for an workedelementary upon different lines. Mr. Leake wrote forNeither Sir Frederick Pollock nor and I feared lest the mass of statement andbeginners, illustration which their books ordered andcontain, luminous it tend to and dis-be,though might oppress hearten the a course of forstudent entering upon reading the School of Law. at that time theBeing only public teacher Iof Law in the had someEnglish University, with the sort of difficulties whichpractical acquaintance beset the I theand endeavoured to wantlearner, supply which I have described. In out the Iof book studiedworking plan my necessarily the modes of treatment these two andwriters,byadopted Ibecameawarethat are differentbasedontwothey totally Mr. Leake treats the contract as a ofprinciples. subject from the ofview of the chambers.litigation, point pleader's He seems to What are the kinds of contract of whichask, this be one ? Then What have I to ?may provegot what defences I be met ? Sir Frederick PollockBy may the ah extra he what is thenatureregards subject ; inquires of that relation itwhichwe term andhow islegal contract,
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