The public statute laws of the state of Connecticut: compiled in obedience to a resolve of the General assembly, passed May 1838, to which is prefixed the Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, and Constitution of the state of Connecticut. Published by the authority of the state
John L. Boswell, 1839 - Law - 717 pages
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