The Complete English Lawyer: Or, Everyman His Own Lawyer. Containing a Summary of the Constitution of England; Its Laws and Statutes ... Also, the Criminal Law of England, Comprising Every Species of Public Offences, with Their Punishments. To which is Added an Appendix, Containing the Most Approved Forms of Agreements, Leases, Wills and Testaments ... Also, a Supplement, Containing the Excise Laws, the Customs Laws, the Assessed Taxes, the Stamp Duties, &c. The Whole Carefully Digested, and the Statutes Brought Down to the 4th Geo. IV

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R. Macdonald, 1823 - Criminal law - 832 pages

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