Ta Tsing Leu Lee: being the fundamental laws, and a selection from the supplementary statutes, of the Penal code of china; originally printed and published in Pekin, in various successive editions, under the sanction, and by the authority, of the several emperors of the Ta Tsing, or present dynasty. Tr. from the Chinese; and accompanied with an appendix, consisting of authentic documents, and a few occasional notes, illustrative of the subject of the work
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