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THE BRITISH CONSTITUTION ...
The British constitution, analized by a reference to the earliest periods of history: in which is detailed Magna Carta, with illustrations by the most eminent legal characters; the Carta de Foresta, confirmation of those charters, Habeas Corpus Act, Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, Act of Union between England and Scotland, Act of Union between Great Britain and Ireland, customs and privileges of the citizens of London, &c. &c. Elucidated and supported by unquestionable authorities, and by the law of the land. In two volumes. The whole compiled with great care, and rendered familiar to every capacity. By a Doctor of Laws.
London: printed by W. McDowall, for C. Chapple, 1811.
2 vols ; 19.2 cm. (8º)
I: viii, 424 p.
II: [4], 440 p.

Anonymous. The identity of the author is unknown.

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Binding Original C19th blue paper boards, white paper spine with volume numbers in black type, spine-title in ink.

Reference Number 168


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