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William Blackstone; Richard Burn [ed.]; John Williams [ed.]
Commentaries on the Laws of England in Four Books with the last Corrections of the Author, Additions by Richard Burn, LL.D., and Continued to the Present Time by John Williams, Esq. (Four Volumes)
W. Gilbert, James Potts, and J. Jones, Dublin. Dublin: W. Gilbert, James Potts, and J. Jones, 1788. Eleventh Edition. 12mo; Vol I [x} + 485pp, Vol II viii + 520pp + appendix of xxiiipp, Vol III [vi] + 455pp + appendix of xxviipp, Vol IV [vi] + 443pp + appendix of viipp + index of [60pp]. Fold-out Table of Descents and Table of Consanguinity in Vol I. Contemporary calf panels. Rebound with new leather spines with gilt lettering on dark leather labels; black spine rules rather than raised bands. Previous ownership signatures in ink on preliminary pages of each volume. Mild foxing throughout. In Vol I, only the inner half of the Table of Descents remains; the Table of Consanguinity is complete but its bottom folds, though not completely severed, are fragile. Joints and hinges of all four volumes now solid. Weakness in some unrepaired panel corners remains.
Bookseller: Capitol Hill Books [Washington, DC, U.S.A.]
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