A new and complete law-dictionary : or, General abridgment of the law : on a more extensive plan than any law-dictionary hitherto published : containing not only the explanation of the terms, but also the law itself, both with regard to theory and practice. Very useful to barristers, justices of the peace, attornies, solicitors, &c. by T. Cunningham, Esq Cunningham, Timothy, d. 1789

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Cunningham, Timothy, d. 1789
Dictionaries; Law -- Great Britain; Law -- Dictionaries
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