A Century of Law Reform: Twelve Lectures on the Changes in the Law of England During the Nineteenth Century; Delivered at the Request of the Council of Legal Education in the Old Hall, Lincoln's Inn, During Michaelmas Term 1900 and Hilary Term 1901

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Macmillan and Company, limited, 1901 - Law - 431 pages
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