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Justice and codification petitions : being forms proposed for signature by all persons whose desire it is to see justice no longer sold, delayed, or denied: and to obtain a possibility of that knowledge of the law, in proportion to the want of which they are subjected to unjust punishments, and deprived of the benefit of their rights ...

Title:Justice and codification petitions : being forms proposed for signature by all persons whose desire it is to see justice no longer sold, delayed, or denied: and to obtain a possibility of that knowledge of the law, in proportion to the want of which they are subjected to unjust punishments, and deprived of the benefit of their rights ...
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Note:London : R. Heward : Printed by C. and W. Reynell, 1829
  
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Subject:Justice, Administration of
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