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A Defence of Some Proceedings Lately Depending in Parliament, To render more effectual The Act for quieting the Possession of the Subject, commonly called the Nullum Tempus Act [etc.]
A defense of the principal modern legislation, still of importance, limiting the sovereign's otherwise unbounded temporal right to bring a lawsuit, and so qualifying the maxim that "time does not run against the King"; without the advertising leaf. Modern cloth-backed marbled boards, light browning; a good copy. Printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly, London, 1771.
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