General index to the laws of the United States of America from March 4th, 1789, to March 3d, 1827: including all treaties entered into between those periods; in which the principles involved in acts for the relief of individuals, or of a private or local nature, are arranged under general heads to which such principles appropriately belong. Arranged to the edition commenced by Bioren, Duane, and Weightman, in 1815, and subsequently continued by Davis & Force, and William A. Davis

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W. A. Davis, 1828 - Law - 331 pages
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