Nomo-lexikon: A Law-dictionary, Interpreting Such Difficult and Obscure Words and Terms, as are Found Either in Our Common Or Statute, Ancient Or Modern, Laws. With References to the Several Statutes, Records, Registers, Law-books, Charters, Ancient Deeds, and Manuscripts, Wherein the Words are Used: and Etymologies, where They Properly Occur
H. Herringman, T. Newcomb, R. Chiswel, and R. Bentley; and sold, 1691 - Law - 316 pages
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