The Civil Code of the Hawaiian Islands, Passed in the Year of Our Lord, 1859: To which is Added an Appendix, Containing Laws Not Expressly Repealed by the Civil Code; the Session Laws of 1858-9; and Treaties with Foreign Nations

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