A Short Tract Concerning the Doctrine of "Nullum Tempus Occurrit Regi:": Shewing the Particular Cases to which it is Applicable; and that it Cannot, According to Law, be Effectual for the Recovery of Manors, Lands, Or Tenements, Alienated from the Crown, Volume 7
printed in the year, 1779 - 31 pages
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