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Context of The statute-law common-plac'd, or, A general table to the statutes : containing the purport and effect of all the acts of Parliament in force from Magna Charta down the reign of King George II in a method perfectly new and regular : with the numerous proviso's and additional clauses inserted under their proper titles : the whole very useful to counsellors, attornies, solicitors, justices of the peace, mayors, sheriffs, coroners, clergymen, merchants, and all trading persons
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