APA (7th ed.) Citation

Dunlap, M. E., & Chaplin, T. F. (1905). Abridgment of elementary law: Embodying the general principles, rules and definitions of law, together with the common maxims and rules of equity jurisprudence, embracing the subjects contained in a regular law course, collected and arranged so as to be easily acquired by students, comprehended by justices, and readily reviewed by young participants (3d ed.). The F. H. Thomas law book co..

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Dunlap, M. E., and Trescott Fox Chaplin. Abridgment of Elementary Law: Embodying the General Principles, Rules and Definitions of Law, Together with the Common Maxims and Rules of Equity Jurisprudence, Embracing the Subjects Contained in a Regular Law Course, Collected and Arranged so as to Be Easily Acquired by Students, Comprehended by Justices, and Readily Reviewed by Young Participants. 3d ed. St. Louis: The F. H. Thomas law book co., 1905.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Dunlap, M. E., and Trescott Fox Chaplin. Abridgment of Elementary Law: Embodying the General Principles, Rules and Definitions of Law, Together with the Common Maxims and Rules of Equity Jurisprudence, Embracing the Subjects Contained in a Regular Law Course, Collected and Arranged so as to Be Easily Acquired by Students, Comprehended by Justices, and Readily Reviewed by Young Participants. 3d ed. The F. H. Thomas law book co., 1905.

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