Practice This work contains Queen's Bench and Chancery Practice, and the part relating to the latter may be omitted. The student Should read Parts I. II., viz., pp. 1-181. Then it would also be advisable to read Part IV. On Appeals, being pp. 269-283. We think that a very thorough knowledge of Procedure will be gained from this book, but, of course, it will be of assistance to have the Annual Practice by one's side for occasional reference. It is not always easy for those who have seen no practice to grasp statements in text books, and a reference to the Rules of Court is sometimes of great assistance.