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The Resource A treatise of the principal grounds and maxims of the laws of this nation. : Very useful and commodious for all students, and such others as desire the knowledge and understanding of the laws., Written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W. Noy

A treatise of the principal grounds and maxims of the laws of this nation. : Very useful and commodious for all students, and such others as desire the knowledge and understanding of the laws., Written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W. Noy

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A treatise of the principal grounds and maxims of the laws of this nation. : Very useful and commodious for all students, and such others as desire the knowledge and understanding of the laws.
Title
A treatise of the principal grounds and maxims of the laws of this nation.
Title remainder
Very useful and commodious for all students, and such others as desire the knowledge and understanding of the laws.
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Written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W. Noy
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eng
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A treatise of the principal grounds and maxims of the laws of this nation. : Very useful and commodious for all students, and such others as desire the knowledge and understanding of the laws., Written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W. Noy
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  • Interleaved
  • First published in 1641 under title: A treatise of the principall grounds and maximes of the laws of this kingdome
  • "A treatise of particular estates. Written by Sir John Doddridge, knight." (p. [115]-129) and "Certain observations concerning a deed of feoffment. By T.H. Gent" (p. [131]-163) each has special t.-p. with imprint: London, Printed anno Dom. 1677
Edition
4th ed.
Extent
163 p.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)17961832
  • ucoclc17961832
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A treatise of the principal grounds and maxims of the laws of this nation. : Very useful and commodious for all students, and such others as desire the knowledge and understanding of the laws., Written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W. Noy
Publication
Note
  • Interleaved
  • First published in 1641 under title: A treatise of the principall grounds and maximes of the laws of this kingdome
  • "A treatise of particular estates. Written by Sir John Doddridge, knight." (p. [115]-129) and "Certain observations concerning a deed of feoffment. By T.H. Gent" (p. [131]-163) each has special t.-p. with imprint: London, Printed anno Dom. 1677
Edition
4th ed.
Extent
163 p.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)17961832
  • ucoclc17961832

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