An Analysis of the Roman Civil Law: In which a Comparison Is, Occasionally, Made Between the Roman Laws and Those of England: Being the Heads of a Course of Lectures, Publickly Read in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. By Samuel Hallifax, ...
J. Archdeacon; and sold by T. & J. Merrill, in Cambridge; B. White, T. Cadell, and J. Wilkie, in London, 1775 - 175 pages
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