A practical abridgment of American common law cases argued and determined in the courts of the several states, and the United States courts, from the earliest period to the present time: alphabetically arranged; with notes and references to the statutes of each state and analogous adjudications. Comprising under the several titles a practical treatise on the different branches of the common law, 第 7 卷

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Treadway & Atwood, 1836
 

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