The country justice containing the practice of the justices of the peace out of their sessions, gathered for the better help of such justices of peace as have not been much conversant in the study of the laws of this realm

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Published by Printed by William Rawlins and Samuel Roycroft, assigns of Richard and Edward Atkyns, and are to be sold by Samuel Keble in London .

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Statementby Michael Dalton ; To which is now added: the duty and power of justices of peace in their sessions ; an abridgment (under proper titles) of all statutes relating thereunto ; a large table of the matters herein contained; with two other tables, one, of the chapters in this book, and the other of such acts of Parliament as concern the office of a justice of the peace.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1422:1.
The Physical Object
Pagination572 p. in various pagings.
Number of Pages572
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16762776M

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