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An inaugural lecture on the study of the law, delivered before the Chancellor and students of the University of Melbourne / by Richard Clarke Sewell
Bib ID 1440525
Format BookBook
Author
Sewell, R. C. (Richard Clarke), 1803-1864
 
Description Melbourne : George Robertson, 1857 
34 pages ; 21 cm. 
Notes

At head of title : Legal education.

National Library of Australia's SR 340.070945 S516 copy lacks front and back covers.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 15591

Subjects Law -- Study and teaching -- Victoria.

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