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Author: D. E. Cranenburgh
Title: A handbook of criminal cases containing a verbatim reprint of all criminal cases reported in vols. I. to XVI., Calcutta series, I. L. R. [1876-1889]
Publisher: Calcutta, D. E. Cranenburg
Subject (keywords, tags): Criminal law; Law reports, digests, etc

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