6 edition of Burge"s Commentaries on colonial and foreign laws found in the catalog.
Burge"s Commentaries on colonial and foreign laws
|Other titles||Commentaries on colonial and foreign laws.|
|Statement||[edited by] Alexander Wood Renton and George Grenville Phillimore.|
|Series||Historical writings in law and jurisprudence ;, 21-25|
|Contributions||Renton, Alexander Wood, Sir, 1861-1933., Phillimore, George Grenville, 1867-1925.|
|LC Classifications||KD5020 .B87 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. in 5 ;|
|LC Control Number||80084956|
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Burge's Commentaries on colonial and foreign laws generally: andVolume 1 by William Burge, Sir Alexander Wood Renton, George Grenville Phillimore, Wyndham Anstis Bewes. Originally published: Burge's Commentaries on colonial and foreign laws generally and in their conflict with each other and with the law of England.
New ed. / under the general editorship of Alexander Wood Renton and George Grenville Phillimore. Commentaries on colonial and foreign laws: generally, and in their conflict with each other, and with the law of England.
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