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The Resource The germs and developments of the laws of England : embracing the Anglo-Saxon laws extant from the sixth century to A.D. 1066, as translated into English under the Royal record commission of William IV., with the introduction of the common law by Norman judges after the conquest, and its earliest proferts in Magna charta, With notes and comments by John M. Stearns

The germs and developments of the laws of England : embracing the Anglo-Saxon laws extant from the sixth century to A.D. 1066, as translated into English under the Royal record commission of William IV., with the introduction of the common law by Norman judges after the conquest, and its earliest proferts in Magna charta, With notes and comments by John M. Stearns

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The germs and developments of the laws of England : embracing the Anglo-Saxon laws extant from the sixth century to A.D. 1066, as translated into English under the Royal record commission of William IV., with the introduction of the common law by Norman judges after the conquest, and its earliest proferts in Magna charta
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The germs and developments of the laws of England
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embracing the Anglo-Saxon laws extant from the sixth century to A.D. 1066, as translated into English under the Royal record commission of William IV., with the introduction of the common law by Norman judges after the conquest, and its earliest proferts in Magna charta
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With notes and comments by John M. Stearns
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eng
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index present
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non fiction
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Great Britain.
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1810-1898
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Stearns, John M.
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  • Law, Anglo-Saxon
  • Common law
  • Law
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The germs and developments of the laws of England : embracing the Anglo-Saxon laws extant from the sixth century to A.D. 1066, as translated into English under the Royal record commission of William IV., with the introduction of the common law by Norman judges after the conquest, and its earliest proferts in Magna charta, With notes and comments by John M. Stearns
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19 cm
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370 pages
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12038847
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The germs and developments of the laws of England : embracing the Anglo-Saxon laws extant from the sixth century to A.D. 1066, as translated into English under the Royal record commission of William IV., with the introduction of the common law by Norman judges after the conquest, and its earliest proferts in Magna charta, With notes and comments by John M. Stearns
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Carrier category
volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
370 pages
Lccn
12038847
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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  • n

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