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abridged. An injunction, however, will be granted against a mere colorable
abridgment. 2 Atk. 143; 1 Bro. C. C. 451; 5 Ves. 709; Lofft's R. 775; Ambl.
403; 5 Ves. 709.; 1 Story, R. 11. See Quotation.
2. Abridgments of the Law or Digests of Adjudged Cases, serve the very
useful purpose of an index to the cases abridged, 5 Co. Rep. 25. Lord Coke
says they are most profitable to those who make them. Co. Lit. in preface to
the table at the end of the work. With few exceptions, they are not e