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POTTS, Thomas.
A Compendious Law Dictionary, Containing both an Explanation of the Terms and the Law Itself, Intended for the Use of The Country Gentleman, the Merchant, and the Professional Man.

pp. vi, (ii), 560. Original boards, uncut, paper spine label, the spine dilapidated and corners bumped, the rear cover cracked at the top, a couple of corners creased but overall a nice and unsophisticated copy.

*COPAC records only 2 copies - the BL and the National Trust.

Printed for B. & R. Crosby & Co. J. Walker; Sherwood; Neely and Jones; T. Hamilton; J. Black; Gale, Curtis & Fenner; and C. Brown. London.

Date Published: 1813. A new edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged to the present time.

Stock No. 61838

Price: 150.00