containing an introduction to the study of the law; notes on
Blackstone's Commentaries, shewing the variations of the law of
Pennsylvania from the law of England, and what acts of assembly might
require to be repealed or modified; observations on Smith's edition of
the Laws of Pennsylvania; strictures on decisions of the Supreme Court
of the United States and on certain acts of Congress, with some law
cases, and a variety of other matters, chiefly original. By Hugh Henry
Brackenridge, a Judge of the Supreme Court of the State of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia: P. Byrne, 1814. —Judge Brackenridge writes with the
clarity and style we expect from the author of Modern Chivalry.