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A dialogue between a lawyer and a country gentleman upon the subject of the game laws relative to hares, partridges, and pheasantsan of Lincoln's-Inn. Get this from a library.
A dialogue between a lawyer and a country gentleman, upon the subject of the game laws, relative to hares, partridges, and pheasants: wherein is shewn, the A dialogue between a lawyer and a country gentleman upon the subject of the game laws] book qualifications to kill game to which are added three tables with a letter to John Glynn, Esq.
upon the penal laws of this country. [John Purlevent; S Purlewent]. A Dialogue between a Lawyer and a Country Gentleman upon the subject of the Game Laws relative to Hares, Partridges and Pheasants with a letter to John Glynn, London: by W.
Strahan and M. Woodfall for J. Wilkie and P. Uriel,8° in 4's, later edition, 3 folding letterpress tables, with final blank before tables (lacks half title). Thoughts on the present laws for preserving the game and some methods proposed for making a game law, both useful and effectual.
Published: () A letter to Sir John Shelley on the game laws by: Country gentleman. A dialogue between a lawyer and a country gentleman, upon the subject of the game laws, relative to hares, partridges, and pheasants wherein is shewn, the several qualifications to kill game to which are added three tables with a letter to John Glynn, Esq.
upon the penal laws of this country /. T HE question which led lately to Lord Mansfield's confirmation of his former opinion, respecting Juries not having power to decide on the law, in cases of libel, was occasioned by the Dean of St.
Asaph's trial: And as the dialogue in the pamphlet attempted to be proved libellous has made some noise, it is here subjoined with remarks for the gratification of the Reader.
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