Instructor Clericalis. the Fifth and Last Part. Being a Continuance of Bars, and Other Pleadings, from the Fourth Part. ... with Variety of Notes, Arguments, and Other Observations ... in Two Volumes. ... by R.G. ... of 2; Volume 2 innbundetEngelsk, 2018


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R.G. = Robert Gardiner. No complete set of the first edition was issued, the earlier volumes having run into several editions by 1713.

London]: In the Savoy: printed by J. Nutt, assignee of Edward Sayer Esq; for J. Walthoe, and at his shop in Stafford, 1713. 2v.; 8