The law lexicon, or Dictionary of jurisprudence: explaining all the technical words and phrases employed in the several departments of English law; including also the various legal terms used in commercial transactions; together with an explanatory as well as literal translation of the Latin maxims contained in the writings of the ancient and modern commentators. (Book, 1848) [WorldCat.org]
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The law lexicon, or Dictionary of jurisprudence: explaining all the technical words and phrases employed in the several departments of English law; including also the various legal terms used in commercial transactions; together with an explanatory as well as literal translation of the Latin maxims contained in the writings of the ancient and modern commentators. Preview this item
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The law lexicon, or Dictionary of jurisprudence: explaining all the technical words and phrases employed in the several departments of English law; including also the various legal terms used in commercial transactions; together with an explanatory as well as literal translation of the Latin maxims contained in the writings of the ancient and modern commentators.

Author: J J S Wharton
Publisher: London, Spettigue and Farrance 1848.
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J J S Wharton
OCLC Number: 17318733
Language Note: Text in English and Latin.
Description: x, 707 pages 25 cm
Responsibility: By J.J.S. Wharton ...
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