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  • [Info] Simple Justice (c2005), by Charles A. Murray, ed. by David Conway, contrib. by Robert Allen, John Cottingham, Christie Davies, J. C. Lester, Tom Sorell, and Vivien Stern (PDF at Civitas)
Filed under: Wager of battle -- Great Britain
  • [Info] Cottoni Posthuma: Divers Choice Pieces of that Renowned Antiquary, Sir Robert Cotton, Knight and Baronet (4 volumes in 1; set did not get to all items in volume 1's projected table of contents; Edinburgh: Privately printed, 1884-1888), by Robert Cotton, ed. by Edmund Goldsmid, contrib. by James Howell
Filed under: Justification (Law) -- Great BritainFiled under: Mentally ill offenders -- Great BritainFiled under: Recidivists -- Great BritainFiled under: Criminals -- ScotlandFiled under: Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763Filed under: Savage, Richard, -1743

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