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16 Vols. Royal 8vo.

1898.

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THE DIGEST OF ENGLISH CASE LAW. ,

CONTAINING THE

Reported Decisions of the Superior Courts and a Selection from those of the

Irish Courts to the end of 1897. Under the General Editorship of JOHN MEWS, Barrister-at-Law.

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