Cases, Chiefly Relating to the Criminal and Presentment Law: Reserved for Consideration, and Decided by the Twelve Judges of Ireland, from May, 1822 to November, 1840. 1822-1840

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T. & J. W. Johnson, 1842 - Criminal law - 443 pages
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