The title of a work written by St. Germain in the reign ofHenry VIII. in which many principles of the common law are discussed iu a popularmanner. It is in the form of a dialogue between a doctor of divinity and a student inlaw, and has always been considered a book of merit and authority. 1 Kent, Comm.504; Crabb, Eng. Law, 482.

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