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FORMS OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE LAWS OF NEW JERSEY Revised & Conformed to  the Statutes As Found in Nixon's Digest by  John T Nixon - Hardcover - Second Revised Edition - 1858 - from Nick Bikoff, Bookseller and Biblio.co.uk

FORMS OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE LAWS OF NEW JERSEY Revised & Conformed to the Statutes As Found in Nixon's Digest

by Nixon, John T

Condition: Good+


Trenton, NJ: C. Scott & Co.. Good+. 1858. Second Revised Edition. Hardcover. ; Original clean leather binding, spine plate with gilt lettering. Tight, clean & intact copy. Tiny holes at bottom edge of the first 6 pages. Light sporadic foxing. Front hinge starting, cover firmly attached. Law ; 8vo; 448 pages .


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