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A Refutation of the Calumnies against The Lord Chancellor [Lord Brougham] Contained in the Last Number of The Quarterly Review in an Article upon the Pamphlet entitled "The Reform Ministry and the Reformed Parliament"

by Cooper, Charles Purton

Price: $310.00
from: Rose's Books, IOBA

  • Seller Inventory #: 012092
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Near Fine
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: James Ridgway
  • Place: London
  • Date published: 1834

London: James Ridgway, 1834. London: Ridgway, 1834. Fourth edition, stated. 8vo. Bound in marble boards, 129 pp. A reprint of the third edition, so stated, Considers the nomination of James Brougham to the Offices of Clerk of the Patents and Registrar of Affidavits; The Chancery Regulation Act of the last session, and its Compensation Clauses; The New Bankruptcy Court, and the Secretary of Bankrupts; The transfer of the Appointment of the Masters in chancery from the Chancellor to the Crown; the Appointment of Country Commissioners of Bankrupts; the Mode in which Lord Brougham has exercised his Patronage; the Act for the better Administration of Justice in the Privy Council; the Right Honourable James Abercromby's retiring Allowance; the carelessness with which the Acts prepared by the Government are drawn; the Arrears of Business in the Lord Chancellor's Court; and lastly, the intention of Lord Brougham to divest himself of his judicial functions, retaining his present salary. Anonymous author, but attributed to Charles Purton Cooper (1793-1873) by COPAC. New binding, light soiling and edgewear to title page with old ink mark. . Hard Cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.