The Grounds and Rudiments of Law and Equity, Alphabetically Digested:: Containing a Collection of Rules Or Maxims, with the Doctrine Upon Them, Illustrated by Various Cases Extracted from the Books and Records, to Evince that These Principles Have Been the Foundation Upon which the Judges and Sages of the Law Have Built Their Solemn Resolutions and Determinations. The Whole Designed to Reduce the Knowledge of the Laws of England to a More Regular Science, and to Form Them Into a Proper Digest, for the Service of the Professors and Students. : With Three Tables. First, of the Rudiments and Grounds. Second, of the New Cases. Third, of Principal Matters
In the Savoy: printed by Henry Lintot, (assignee of Edward Sayer, Esq;) for Daniel Browne ... Charles Davis ... Andrew Millar ... and John Whiston, 1749 - Equity - 372 pages
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