An Introduction to the History of the Land Law

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Table of Modern Cases
Agardv. King Page 236
Attorney Generalv. Scott193
Alden's Case137, 155
Angusv. Dalton249, 251
Anon ( 1527)129
Anon ( 1537)206
Anon ( 1537)230
Anon ( 1551)232
Anon ( 1552)231
Anon ( 1553)207
Anon ( 1564)152
Anon ( 1568)207
Anon ( 1683)191
Appricev. Flower210
Archer's Case199
Ashv. Gallen190
Baconv. Bacon228
Baintonv. The Queen177
Bamfieldv. Bamford226
Bath, Earl of, v. Sherwin139
Bedlev. Wingfield248
The Bishop of Bath's Case236
Bodenhamv. Halle225, 227
Brent's Case206
Bright v. Walker249
Brucev. the Marquis of Ailesbury259
Bryantv. Lefevre251
Lord Burgh's Case177
Callardv. Callard177
Calthrop's Case219
Campbellv. Wilson248, 249
Capel's Case124
Casbornev. Scarfe228
Cattlev. Tourle241
Childev. Bailie209-13, 232
Chudleigh's Case185, 199, 204-6
Colthirstv. Bejushin96, 199
Coningesbyv. Throckmorton42
Connollyv. Vernon156
Cookev. Chilcott241

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