Commentaries on the laws of arrests in civil cases, as delivered to a private society of law students, in which they are deduced from their origin to ... contrary to the general good of the people
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<:sourceLibrary>:Harvard University Law Library
<:imprintFull>:London : printed for T. Whieldon, 1787. <:collation>:viii,44p. : 8°:
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On Granular Kidney and Physiological Albuminuria: Being the Lettsomian Lectures Delivered Before the Medical Society of London (Classic Reprint)