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Author: New York University. School of Law.
Publisher: New York : New York University School of Law, 1939-
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : EnglishView all editions and formats
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No. 2. The attorney general in the American colonies, by O.W. Hammonds.--no. 3. The first grievance committee in New York, by P.M. Hamlin.--no. 4. Early American court records: a publication program, by R.B. Morris.--no. 5. Law reporting in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, by W.S. Holdsworth.--no. 6. The slayer's bounty: history of the problem in Anglo-American law.--no. 7. The Story-Marshall correspondence  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Anglo-American legal history series
(OCoLC)652516697
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
All Authors / Contributors: New York University. School of Law.
OCLC Number: 10785134
Description: v. ; 17-25 cm.
Contents: No. 2. Hammonds, Oliver W. The Attorney General in the American colonies.- No. 3. First grievance committee in New York, by Paul M. Hamlin.- No. 4. Early American court records: a publication program, by Richard B. Morris.- No. 5. Law reporting in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, by William S. Holdsworth.- No. 6. The slayer's bounty - History of the problem in Anglo-American law, by Alison Reppy.- No. 7. The story-Marshall correspondence (1819-1831), by Charles Warren.- No. 8. The named reporters, by William S. Holdsworth.- No. 9. The Duke's laws: the antecedents, implications and importance, by Morton Pennypacker.

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No. 2. The attorney general in the American colonies, by O.W. Hammonds.--no. 3. The first grievance committee in New York, by P.M. Hamlin.--no. 4. Early American court records: a publication program, by R.B. Morris.--no. 5. Law reporting in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, by W.S. Holdsworth.--no. 6. The slayer's bounty: history of the problem in Anglo-American law.--no. 7. The Story-Marshall correspondence (1819-1831), by C. Warren.--no. 8. The named reporters, by W.S. Holdsworth.--no. 9. The Duke's laws: their antecedents, implications and importance, by M. Pennypacker.

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