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								Decisions of the Lords and Council and Session, From 1766 to 1791.. by  Ed  Mungo Ponton
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Decisions of the Lords and Council and Session, From 1766 to 1791..

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Decisions of the Lords and Council and Session, From 1766 to 1791..

by Dalrymple, Sir David; Brown, Mungo Ponton, Ed

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1826. Dalrymple's Reports Dalrymple, Sir David [1726-1792]. Brown, M[ungo] P[onton], Editor. Decisions of the Lords and Council and Session, From 1766 to 1791. Selected from the Original MSS. Edinburgh: Printed for William Tait, 1726. Two volumes. vii, 576; [ii], 577-1142 pp. Quarto (10" x 8"). Recent library buckram, gilt institution name to boards, red and black lettering pieces and gilt institution name to spine, endpapers renewed. Library stamps to edges and endleaves, light toning to text. $250. * Only edition. An important figure in Scottish law and letters, Dalrymple, Lord Hailes, 3rd Baronet of Hailes, was an advocate, judge and historian. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 5:28.


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