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INNS, HOTELS, ALEHOUSES,
PLACES OF PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT :
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
AN ABSTRACT OF THE STATUTE
For the Regulation of
By J. W. WILLCOCK
BARRISTER AT LAW.
43, FLEET STREET.
Every class of society should be enabled to make themselves acquainted with the privileges which the law has extended to, and the liabilities it has imposed on, them, without the expense and research, necessary in obtaining and studying the numerous and large compilations through which such information is scattered.
A portion of the contents of this little book is to be found in the volumes periodically published under the name of Burn's Justice ; but much being omitted in that work, and the whole never having come before the public in a collective form, a confidence that every tract must prove useful which exbibits, in a concise manner, the law relating to so large a class of the people, has induced the author to publish the following sheets.
2, Hare Court, 3rd March, 1829.