The Common Law of England : Being the Tenth Edition of Broom's Commentaries on the Common Law. Volume 2 of 2
William Blake Odgers
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Harvard Law School Library
This work has been written to take the place of the late Dr. Herbert Broom's ... Commentaries on common law ... Very little ... of the original work of Dr. Broom will be found in these volumes, except his judicious selection of extracts from the early Vi
London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1911. 2 v. (xci, 1588 p.); 26 cm