Mireur a Justices

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B. Quaritch, 1895 - Law - 417 pages
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Page 201 - The volumes already published are Vol. I., for 1887. SELECT PLEAS OF THE CROWN. Vol. I., AD 1200-1225. Edited, from the Rolls preserved in HM Public Record Office, by FW MAITLAND, Downing Professor of the Laws of England, Cambridge. With Facsimile. Crown 410.
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