Divorce in 1857, the Talbot case [electronic resource] : letters by "Cujus," containing full particulars of the case, with observations on the present unsatisfactory state of the law
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- Gale, Nineteenth Century Collections Online
- (Petter and Galpin)
- London : Ward and Lock, 1857
- 1 online resource (, iv, 228 p.).
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