A Treatise of Laws: Or, A General Introduction to the Common, Civil, and Canon Law, in Three Parts. I. The Common Law of England, Illustrated in Great Variety of Maxims, &c. Also the Use of this Law with References to Statutes, in All Cases. II. Of the Civil Law Intermix'd with the Law of Nations and Its Use Here in England and a Parallell Between the Civil Law and Common Law. III. The Canon Law and Laws Ecclesiastical, Containing the Authority and Rights of the English Clergy, of Patrons of Churches, Courts Ecclesiastical, Trials &c. ...
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