<h2><center><span style="color:#866F45";>Andrews's Stephen's Pleading</span></center></h2>


<p><center><strong>Stephen, Henry John.</strong> <em>A Treatise on the Principles of Pleading in Civil Actions, Comprising a Summary View of the Whole Proceedings in a Suit of Law.</em> Edited by James DeWitt Andrews. Chicago: Callaghan and Company, 1894.</center></p>

<p><strong>Henry John Stephen</strong> (1787-1864) was an English barrister and Serjeant-at-Law. He also served on a commission on forgery of exchequer bills, a commission on common law, and as a commissioner of bankruptcy. His <em>Treatise</em> (1824) outlines the entirety of the proceedings in an action in addition to providing details on the principles of pleading. This edition includes notes by James DeWitt Andrews (1856-1928) updating the original publication with new remedies and modern applications of the rules from the original text.</p>

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