[Volume One A-K]
Bouvier's Law Dictionary, along with Black's Law Dictionary, is an essential reference for jurists, scholars, law students and researchers who need a reliable resource for quick lookup of archaic terms. Because of it's popularity, John Bouvier's law dictionary has been updated and expanded many times, with each update and expansion adding new terminology to the reference work. It is known that the 1853 and 1856 editions aided Daniel Webster, Abraham Lincoln, and Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., among others, in their scholarship. This Apple Edition is the unabridged two-volume "Revised and Greatly Expanded" edition of 1880, including all terms from the 1853 and 1856 editions, and at 1,550 pages, a great deal more. To produce this Apple edition, high quality, sharp, high resolution color scans of the original hardcover books were converted to Apple Books format, and an extensive table of contents was created to enable quick lookup of terms on digital devices. Being an exact replica of the antique books, readers will experience old-style fonts and nicely toned vintage pages, with the advantage of a very thorough table of contents that will speedily direct the reader to within 20 pages of any desired entry. Dive in and find out why Bouvier's Law Dictionary rivaled Black's - add this impressive and highly useful resource to your Apple Books collection today. To complete the set, Volume Two (L-Z) is also available on Apple Books.