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by William Sheppard

Bibliographic Information

Author: William Sheppard

Title: An Epitome Of All The Common & Statute Laws Of This Nation Now In Force: Wherein More Than Fifteen Hundred Of The Hardest Words Or Terms Of The Law Are Explained And All Of The Most Useful And Profitable Heads Or Titles Of The Law By Way Of Common Place, Largely, Plainly, And Methodically Handled

Published: London: Printed for W. Lee, D. Pakemann, F. Wright, H. Twyford, G. Bedell, Tho. Brewster, Ed. Dod, and F. PLace, 1656.

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Description of the Wolf Law Library's copy

Bound in contemporary calf with blind rules to boards. Rebacked in period style with raised bands and lettering pieces and renewed endleaves. Contains woodcut decorated initials. Purchased from The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

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