The Frederician code: or, A body of law for the dominions of the the King of Prussia. Founded on reason, and the constitutions of the country. Translated from the French, Volume 2
Printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid for J. Richardson, London, and A. Donaldson, Edinburgh, 1761 - Civil law
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