1846, English, Book edition: The equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery comprising the rise, progress, and final establishment of the modern jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery, to which is prefixed a concise summary of the leading principles of the common law, so far as regards property, real and personal, and a short account of the judicial institutions of England. [electronic resource] George Spence

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  • 2 v.
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  • London Stevens 1846
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  • English

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  • The equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery comprising the rise, progress, and final establishment of the modern jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery, to which is prefixed a concise summary of the leading principles of the common law, so far as regards property, real and personal, and a short account of the judicial institutions of England.
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  • George Spence
Published
  • London Stevens 1846
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  • English
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