A synopsis of the law relating to indictable offences : in which the crimes in alphabetical order, the respective punishments, the necessary evidence, together with observations embracing a condensed digest of cases are tabularly arranged and comprising also references to precedents of indictments for each offence and to the text writers on criminal pleading and evidence (Book, 1854) [WorldCat.org]
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A synopsis of the law relating to indictable offences : in which the crimes in alphabetical order, the respective punishments, the necessary evidence, together with observations embracing a condensed digest of cases are tabularly arranged and comprising also references to precedents of indictments for each offence and to the text writers on criminal pleading and evidence
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A synopsis of the law relating to indictable offences : in which the crimes in alphabetical order, the respective punishments, the necessary evidence, together with observations embracing a condensed digest of cases are tabularly arranged and comprising also references to precedents of indictments for each offence and to the text writers on criminal pleading and evidence

Author: B Boothby; Leofric Temple
Publisher: London : Wm. Maxwell, 1854.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Boothby, B. (Benjamin), 1803-1868.
Synopsis of the law relating to indictable offences.
London : Wm. Maxwell, 1854
(OCoLC)656595876
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: B Boothby; Leofric Temple
OCLC Number: 8660537
Notes: Includes index.
Description: viii, 427 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: by B. Boothby.

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