treatise on the organization, jurisdiction and practice of the courts of the United States with an appendix of practical forms. by Alfred Conkling

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LC ClassificationsKF8719 .C6 1864, Microfilm LL 407 KF
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Paginationxi, [1], 882 p.
Number of Pages882
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Open LibraryOL23382950M
LC Control Number12010852

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