7 edition of The infants lawyer, or, The law (ancient and modern) relating to infants found in the catalog.
The infants lawyer, or, The law (ancient and modern) relating to infants
Originally published: 2nd ed., with many additions of late adjudged cases in common law and chancery, and the explication of all the late statutes relating to infants. [London] in the Savoy : Printed by J. Nutt, assignee of E. Sayer, for St-John Baker, 1712.
|Other titles||Infants lawyer, Law (ancient and modern) relating to infants|
|LC Classifications||KD735 .I54 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007003326|
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