The Office and Duty of a Justice of the Peace: And a Guide to Sheriffs, Coroners, Clerks, Constables, and Other Civil Officers, According to the Laws of North Carolina. With an Appendix Containing the Declaration of Rights and Constitution of this State, the Constitution of the United States, with the Amendments Thereto; and a Collection of the Most Approved Forms (Google eBook)

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Joseph Gales, 1816 - Justices of the peace - 418 pages
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