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Law Miscellanies 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 Ass by Hugh Henry Brackenridge
  

Law Miscellanies 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 Ass

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Law Miscellanies 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 Ass by Hugh Henry Brackenridge

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Publication date

31st October 2015

Author

Hugh Henry Brackenridge

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Publisher

Arkose Press

Format

Hardback

Categories

Jurisprudence & general issues

ISBN

9781345726527

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