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An analysis of the summary powers of Justices of the Peace under the penal statutes of England : in force in this colony / by Charles Rocher
Bib ID 1763819
Format BookBook
Author
Rocher, Charles
 
Description Hobart Town, V.D.L. : William Gore Elliston, 1839 
iv, [18], 69 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Library's copy held in N sequence of FRM.

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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 2829

Subjects Justices of the peace - Tasmania.  |  Criminal procedure - Great Britain.  |  Criminal procedure - Tasmania.
Other authors/contributors Elliston, William Gore, 1798-1872

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