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A New Pandect of Roman Civil Law: As Anciently Established in That New Empire; And Now Received and Practised in Most European Nations : With Many Useful Observations Thereon; Shewing, Wherein That Law Differs From the Municipal Laws of Great-Britain, From the Canon Law in General, and From That Part of It Now in Use Here With Us in England : Whereunto Is Prefix'd, by Way of Introduction, a Preliminary Discourse, Touching the Rise and Progress of the Civil Law, From the Most Early Times of the Roman Empire: Wherein Is Also Comprized a Particular Account of the Books Themselves Containing This Law, the Names of the Authors and Compilers of Them, the Several Editions, and the Best Commentators Thereon

by John Ayliffe
Format
Book
Published
London : Printed for T. Osborne in Grays Inn, 1734.
Language
English
Description
[4], xlviii, [10], 608 [i.e. 648] p. ; 36 cm.
Notes
  • Pages 184-187 omitted in numbering: p. 279 incorrectly numbered 297; after p. 60, extra numb. p. <57>-<60>; after 364, *365-*388; after 548 *549-*564.
  • At foot of p. 608: The end of the first volume.
  • No more published. Cf. Brit. Mus. Catalogue.
  • Includes index.
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