Long Title: The student's law-dictionary, or, Compleat English law-expositor : containing an explanation of every particular word and term used in the law, with an introduction to the knowledge of the law itself, and the present practice thereof : compiled for the instruction and benefit of students, practitioners in the law, justices of the peace, the clergy, and other gentlemen, the whole collected from the best dictionaries, and other authorities hitherto published, whereto is added an alphabetical table of the most usual Latin contractions that are to be found in our ancient records, &c. (Volume 1 of 1)
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Published: London, 1740
Subject Classification: Common Law
Format: 8
Purchase Location: London
In 1825 TJ Catalogue? Yes, exact edition
Digitized Copy: Eighteenth Century Collections Online