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Styles's practical register, begun in the reign of King Charles I. Consisting of rules, orders, and the principal observations concerning the practice of the common law in the Courts at Westminster. Particularly the Kings Bench, as well in matters criminal as civil. Carefully continued down to this time from modern reports. Alaphabetically digested under several titles. With a table for the ready finding out of those titles.

Style, William, 1603-1679.
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Practical register


London : Printed for C. Harper, D. Brown, J. Walthoe and D. Midwinter, 1707.

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[16],682,[6]p. ; 8⁰.


The fourth edition with large additions.

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ESTC T152265


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