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Statutes at Large,
Anno secundo G E ORGII III. Regis; . Being the FIRST Session of the Twelfth Parliament of GREAT BRITAIN,
DANBY PICKERING, of GRAY'S INN, Efq;
To the END of the
Eleventh Parliament of GREAT BRITAIN,
By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq;
Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.
VOL. XXV, PART I,
for CHARLES BATHURST, at the Cross-Keys, oppofite St, Dunstan's
M, DCC, LXIII,
T HE Liberty I have taken in dedicating to
1 You in a publick manner, this Edition of the Statutes, will I hope, be excused, when you consider that it owes in a great measure it's very Being to You.
When the uncommon abilities with which You vindicated the right of the University to print Law-books, had so clearly refuted every objection, and dispelled every doubt from the mind of that Honourable Court the King's Bench, that their noble Chief, who always breathes the Spirit of the Laws, would permit no unnecessary delays to fufpend their Justice; – You applied it immeVOL. XXV.