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Edward Sugden
Edward Sugden, 1. baron St Leonards
Edward Sugden, 1st Baron St Leonards (British lawyer, judge and Conservative politician)
Edward Sugden, 1st Baron St Leonards (Brits rechter (1781-1875))
Edward Sugden (britischer Jurist, Politiker, Mitglied des House of Commons und Lordkanzler)
Leonards, Edward Burtenshaw Sugden Saint
Saint Leonards, Edward Burtenshaw
Saint Leonards, Edward Burtenshaw Sudgen
Saint Leonards, Edward Burtenshaw Sugden
Saint Leonards, Edward Burtonshaw Sugden
St. Leonards (Baron)
Sugden, Edward
Sugden, Edward B.
Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw
Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw (1st Baron St. Leonards)
Sugden, Edward Burtonshaw
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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Ingraham, Edward D. (1793-1854)
Ingraham, Edward Duncan (1793-1854)
Ingraham, Edward Duncan (1793-1854))
Lloyd, Bartholomew Clifford (1808-1872)
Perkins, J. C. (1809-1877)
Perkins, Jonathan Cogswell (1809-1877)
Richards, Griffith (1795-1843)
Thom, Sarah
Williams, John (1777-1846)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
concise and practical view of the law of vendors and purchasers of estates., A
Considerations on the rate of interest and on redeenable annuities.
cursory inquiry into the expediency of repealing the Annuity act, and raising the legal rate of interest; in a series of letters., A
essay on the new statutes, An : relating to limitations of time, estates tail, dower, descent, operation of deeds, merger of attendant terms, defective executions of powers of leasing, wills, trustees and mortgages
Gilbert on uses
handy book on property law in a series of letters., A
law of uses and trusts, The
letter to John Williams ... in reply to his observations on the abuses of the court of chancery., A
letter to the Right Hon. Viscount Melbourne, on the present state of the appellate jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery and House of Lords., A
Misrepresentations in Campbell's Lives of Lyndhurst and Brougham.
Observations on Transfer of land bill and other law bills in parliament.
Opinions of Sir James Scarlett, Sir Edward B. Sugden, and Mr. Richards, on the privilege of the Bank of England.
Partial legal opinion from Edward Burtenshaw Sugden, to E.P. Flickman, relating to the case of William Lopdell
practical treatise of powers, A
Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, during the time of Lord Chancellor Sugden, from the commencement of Hilary term 1835, to the commencement of Easter term 1835
Sugden's law of vendors
treatise of the law of property, as administered by the House of lords., A