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The justice of peace his companion or, a summary of all the Acts, of Parliament, whereby one, two, or more justices of the peace, are authorized to act, not only in, but out of the sessions of peace. By Samuel Blackerby, ... continued to the end of the last session of Parliament, 1748. by Blackerby, S.

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Published by In the Savoy: printed by Henry Lintot (assignee of Edw. Sayer, Esq;) for J. Walthoe in [London] .
Written in English


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FormatMicroform
Pagination[26],584p.
Number of Pages584
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Open LibraryOL21601945M

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The justice of peace his companion: or a summary of all the Acts of Parliament, whereby one, two, or more justices of the peace, are authorized to act, not only in, but out of the sessions of peace. Begun by Samuel Blackerby continued to the end of the last session of Parliament, The justice of peace his companion: or, a summary of all the Acts of Parliament ; whereby one, two, or more justices of the peace, are authorized to act, not only in, but out of the Sessions of the Peace. The justice of peace his companion: or, a summary of all the Acts of Parliament to June 12th, whereby one, two, or more justices of the peace, are authorized to act, not only in, but out of the Sessions of the Peace. With an exact alphabetical table. By Samuel Blackerby, of Grays-Inn, Esq. The justice of peace his companion: or, a summary of all the Acts of Parliament ; whereby one, two, or more justices of the peace, are authorized to act, not only in, but out of the Sessions of the Peace. With an exact alphabetical table. By Samuel Blackerby The third edition, continued to the dissolution of the Parliament, January 5.

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