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Jacques-Vincent Delacroix

A review of the constitutions of the principal states of Europe, and of the United States of America. Given originally as lectures by M. de la Croix, Professor of Law at the Lyceum; and Author of Le Repertoire De Jurisprudence; La Novelle Encyclopedie, &c. Now first translated from the French, with notes, by the translator of the Abbé Raynal’s letter to the National Assembly of France, &c.

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London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson. Paternoster-Row., 1792.
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A review of the constitutions of the principal states of Europe, and of the United States of America. Given originally as lectures by M. de la Croix, Professor of Law at the Lyceum; and Author of Le Repertoire De Jurisprudence; La Novelle Encyclopedie, &c. Now first translated from the French, with notes, by the translator of the Abbé Raynal’s letter to the National Assembly of France, &c. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Henry SandsVolume 11/21/18002/24/1800Constitutions E & am.
Alexander Dunlap5/15/18015/15/18011dConstitutions America
Alexander DunlapVolume 15/15/18016/8/18011d"
Alexander DunlapVolume 25/15/18016/8/18011d"
Alexander DunlapVolume 16/8/18016/8/1801"
Alexander DunlapVolume 26/8/18016/8/1801"
Charles RhindVolume 18/18/18019/2/1801Constitutions Europe & Am
Charles RhindVolume 29/2/18019/23/1801"
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