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The common law common-placed: containing, the substance and effect of all the common law cases dispersed in the body of the law, collected as well from abridgments as reports, in a perfect new method. Wherein likewise the terms of the law, and the most considerable writs and processes, are concisely treated of, under their proper titles. With an abstract of statutes, relating to the general heads thereof, and exact references throughout.

Title:The common law common-placed: containing, the substance and effect of all the common law cases dispersed in the body of the law, collected as well from abridgments as reports, in a perfect new method. Wherein likewise the terms of the law, and the most considerable writs and processes, are concisely treated of, under their proper titles. With an abstract of statutes, relating to the general heads thereof, and exact references throughout.
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Note:Printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling for W. Mears and T. Corbett [etc.], 1726
  
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