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Libraryocm31141015Published in Dublin in 1756 with title: Forum
Romanum, or, The Roman tribunal; and Lex pretoria, or, The
Pretorian law; two treatises on the proceedings in equity, and the
jurisdiction of that court. This edition is edited from the 2nd
ed., published in LWashington, D.C.: W.H. & O.H. Morrison,
1874. viii, 380 p.; 24 cm.
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