The Resource A full report of the important Cambridge toll cause, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, to determine the legality of the corporation of Cambridge exacting certain tolls from the inhabitants and others : with the arguments for new trials in the cases of Brett v. Beales, and Brett v. Fisher ..., verbally printed from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Richardson and Cherer

A full report of the important Cambridge toll cause, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, to determine the legality of the corporation of Cambridge exacting certain tolls from the inhabitants and others : with the arguments for new trials in the cases of Brett v. Beales, and Brett v. Fisher ..., verbally printed from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Richardson and Cherer

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A full report of the important Cambridge toll cause, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, to determine the legality of the corporation of Cambridge exacting certain tolls from the inhabitants and others : with the arguments for new trials in the cases of Brett v. Beales, and Brett v. Fisher ...
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A full report of the important Cambridge toll cause, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, to determine the legality of the corporation of Cambridge exacting certain tolls from the inhabitants and others
Title remainder
with the arguments for new trials in the cases of Brett v. Beales, and Brett v. Fisher ...
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verbally printed from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Richardson and Cherer
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eng
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active 1822-1828
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Brett, Joseph
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Fisher, Thomas
  • Richardson and Cherer (reporters)
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  • Trials
  • Trials
  • Tolls
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A full report of the important Cambridge toll cause, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, to determine the legality of the corporation of Cambridge exacting certain tolls from the inhabitants and others : with the arguments for new trials in the cases of Brett v. Beales, and Brett v. Fisher ..., verbally printed from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Richardson and Cherer
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-- v. 2. A full report of the second trial of the Cambridge toll cause, Brett v. Fisher, tried in the Court of King's bench, Westminster [Dec. 12, 1827-Jan. 25, 1828]. Brett v. Fisher, Argument on rule for new trial [Feb. 16-May 25, 1829]
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A full report of the important Cambridge toll cause, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, to determine the legality of the corporation of Cambridge exacting certain tolls from the inhabitants and others : with the arguments for new trials in the cases of Brett v. Beales, and Brett v. Fisher ..., verbally printed from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Richardson and Cherer
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-- v. 2. A full report of the second trial of the Cambridge toll cause, Brett v. Fisher, tried in the Court of King's bench, Westminster [Dec. 12, 1827-Jan. 25, 1828]. Brett v. Fisher, Argument on rule for new trial [Feb. 16-May 25, 1829]
Dimensions
24 cm
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2 volumes
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