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Saunders, T. W.
Saunders, Thomas William
Thomas William Saunders
Thomas William Saunders (British judge)
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Cox, Edward W. (1809-1879)
Cox, Edward William (1809-1879)
Foot, James Abraham
Great Britain. Courts
Hooper, Henry (b. 1830, [from old catalog])
Oke, George Colwell (1821-1874)
Raikes, Henry St. John (1863-1943)
Saunders, William Edgar (1856-)
Stephenson, Richard M.
Stephenson, Richard Mosey
Wright, Eric Blackwood (1860-1940)
Chitty's summary of the office and duties of constables.
Criminal Law Consolidation Acts, 1861: the other new criminal statutes and parts of statutes of the same session, together with A digest of the criminal cases decided by the Court of Criminal Appeal, the superior courts, the Central Criminal Court, and on the circuits from 1848 to 1861., The
law and practice of municipal registration and elections, The
law as applicable to the criminal offences of children and young persons, The
Militia acts, and militia regulations (of September, 1854); together with notes and index., The
Oke's Magisterial formulist: being a complete collection of forms and precedents for practical use in all cases out of quarter sessions, and in parochial matters, by magistrates, their clerks, solicitors, and constables.
practical treatise on the law of assault and battery;, A
practice of Magistrates' courts., The
Precedents of Indictments.
Refreshment houses and wine licences act (23 Vict. cap. 27)., The
Saunders' Law and practice of orders of affiliation, and proceedings in bastardy, with the statutes, forms, and forms of agreements, together with the practice on appeals to the Quarter sessions, and special cases.
Supplement to Burn's Justice of the peace and parish officer. (From January, 1848, to January, 1849.)
treatise on the law of warranties and representations upon the sale of personal chattels., A
treatise upon the law applicable to negligence, A