Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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- Facts and Suggestions Respecting the Masters' Offices [in the Court of Chancery]
- V. & R. Stevens and G.S. Norton . . . Lincoln's Inn, London, 1841.
- A rare tract written during the decades-long debate over the reform of the court of chancery, including (as here) the role to be played by the court's masters, whose offices were ultimately abolished in 1852; two copies in OCLC in North America
- Original light-green printed wraps, disbound, the rear wrap lacking, else clean, 46 pages; presentation copy to Hastings Russell
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- $ 250.00
- equity, legal reform
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