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A Delineation of Universal Law: Being an Abstract of an Essay Towards Deducing the Elements of Universal Law, From the First Principles of Knowledge, and the Nature of Things: In a Methodical and Connected Series. In Five Books. I. Of Law in General. II. Of Private Law. III. Of Criminal Law. IV. Of the Laws of Magistracy. V. Of the Law of Nations

By Fettiplace Bellers, Esq
Format
Book
Published
London, Printed for R. Dodsley, 1750.
Language
English
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2 p. l., vii-xiv p., 1 l., 74 p. 26 cm.
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LAW: 1828 Catalogue.
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