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BIGELOW, Melville Madison, author, born in Eaton Rapids, Mich., 2 August 1846. He was graduated at the University of Michigan in 1866, and afterward studied at Harvard, receiving the degree of Ph.D. in 1879. He has published " Law of Estoppel " (4th ed., Boston, 1886); "Law of Torts" (2d ed., 1882); "Leading Cases on Torts" (1875) ; "Law of Fraud " (1877);" Elements of Equity" (1879); "History of Procedure in England Norman Period" (London, 1880); and "Rhymes of a Barrister" (1884). He has edited "Story on Conflict of Laws" (8th ed., Boston, 1883); Story's "Equity Jurisprudence" (13th ed., 1886); and "Placita Anglo-Normannica."
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