2d ed.; with notes and many additional cases, brought down to the year 1800. By T.E. Tomlins.
8 volumes ; 24 cm
"The cases in the first seven volumes of Tomlins' edition are grouped under subjects, as in an abridgment or digest. In the other editions the arrangement was chronological." cf Soule, Lawyer's reference manual, 1884. V. 8 contains appendices, index of the names of cases, and index of the principal matters.
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