A Practical Treatise on the Office and Duties of Coroners in Ontario, and the Other Provinces, and the Territories of Canada, and in the Colony of Newfoundland: With Schedules of Fees, and an Appendix of Forms

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Carswell, 1893 - Forensic pathology - 456 pages
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