PAPER-BOOK, practice. A book or paper containing an abstract of all the
facts and pleadings necessary, to the full understanding of a case.
2. Courts of error and other courts, on arguments, require that the
judges shall each be furnished with such a paper-book in the court of king's
bench, in England, the transcript containing the whole of the proceedings,
filed or delivered between the parties, when the issue joined, in an issue
in fact, is called the paper-book. Steph. on Pl. 95; 3 Bl. Com. 317; 3 Chit.
Pr. 521; 2 Str. 1131, 1266; 1 Chit. R. 277 2 Wils, R. 243; Tidd, Px. 727.