The Resource An abridgment of the common law : being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall; the whole being digested in a clear and alphabetical method under proper heads, with several divisions and numbers under each title, for the more ready finding any judgment or resolution of the law cases; whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, and what alterations have been made in the law by subsequent statutes and judgments, brought down to the year 1725, by William Nelson

An abridgment of the common law : being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall; the whole being digested in a clear and alphabetical method under proper heads, with several divisions and numbers under each title, for the more ready finding any judgment or resolution of the law cases; whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, and what alterations have been made in the law by subsequent statutes and judgments, brought down to the year 1725, by William Nelson

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An abridgment of the common law : being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall; the whole being digested in a clear and alphabetical method under proper heads, with several divisions and numbers under each title, for the more ready finding any judgment or resolution of the law cases; whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, and what alterations have been made in the law by subsequent statutes and judgments, brought down to the year 1725
Title
An abridgment of the common law
Title remainder
being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall; the whole being digested in a clear and alphabetical method under proper heads, with several divisions and numbers under each title, for the more ready finding any judgment or resolution of the law cases; whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, and what alterations have been made in the law by subsequent statutes and judgments, brought down to the year 1725
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by William Nelson
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Language
eng
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NjRocCCS
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1653-
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Nelson, William
Index
index present
LC call number
KD671
LC item number
.N45 1725
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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HeinOnline Selden Society publications & English legal history
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  • Common law
  • Law
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specialized
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An abridgment of the common law : being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall; the whole being digested in a clear and alphabetical method under proper heads, with several divisions and numbers under each title, for the more ready finding any judgment or resolution of the law cases; whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, and what alterations have been made in the law by subsequent statutes and judgments, brought down to the year 1725, by William Nelson
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  • Includes index in v. 3
  • ©2009 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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An abridgment of the common law : being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall; the whole being digested in a clear and alphabetical method under proper heads, with several divisions and numbers under each title, for the more ready finding any judgment or resolution of the law cases; whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, and what alterations have been made in the law by subsequent statutes and judgments, brought down to the year 1725, by William Nelson
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Includes index in v. 3
  • ©2009 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (3 volumes)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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