The Laws of the Stannaries of Cornwall: With Marginal Notes and References to Authorities : To which are Added the Several Acts of Parliament, Schedule of Fees, Resolution of the Judges, Referred to in the Several Constitutions, and a Copious Index

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J. Tregoning, 1808 - 130 páginas
 

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Página 90 - Force shall offend therein, he shall forfeit the Sum of One hundred Pounds, to be recovered, by any Person who will sue for the same, by Action of Debt...
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