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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Title: The English reports (Volume 160)
Publisher: Edinburgh : W.Green & Sons ; London : Stevens & Sons ; [Boston] : Agents for the United States of Am
Subject (keywords, tags): Law reports, digests, etc. -- Great Britain


v. 1-11. House of Lords -- v. 12-20. Privy Council -- v. 21-47. Chancery -- v.48-55. Rolls Court -- v. 56-71. Vice-Chancellors' Courts -- v. 72-122. King's Bench Division -- v. 123-144. Common Pleas -- v. 145-160. Exchequer -- v. 161-167. Ecclesiastical, Admiralty, and Probate and Divorce -- v. 168-169. Crown cases -- v. 170-176. Nisi Prius

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