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A systematical view of the laws of England; as treated of in a course of Vinerian lectures, read at Oxford, during a series of years, commencing in Michaelmas term, 1777. By Richard Wooddeson, D. C. L. Vinerian Professor, and Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, And Counsel to that University.

London: 1792-93.
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A systematical view of the laws of England; as treated of in a course of Vinerian lectures, read at Oxford, during a series of years, commencing in Michaelmas term, 1777. By Richard Wooddeson, D. C. L. Vinerian Professor, and Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, And Counsel to that University. Library Average
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