The common law common-plac'd : containing the substance and effect of all the common law cases, dispersed in the body of the law, collected as well from abridgments as reports, in a perfect new method : wherein likewise the terms of the law, and the most considerable writs and processes, are concisely treated of, under their proper titles : with an abstract of statutes, relating to the general heads thereof, and exact references throughout : the whole compleated so as to be useful to counsellors, attorneys, students of the law, and other gentlemen /

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Main Author: Jacob, Giles, 1686-1744 (Author)
Format: Online
Published: [London] In the Savoy : Printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling for F. Clay and H. Lintot, 1733.
Edition:The 2nd edition /
Series:Selden Society publications & English legal history.
Legal classics library.
Online Access:HeinOnline Legal Classics Library
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