Digest of Moak's English Reports: Volumes 16 to 30, Inclusive, with a List of Cases Reported, and Table of Cases Affirmed, Considered, Overruled, Or Reversed

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William Gould, 1883 - Law reports, digests, etc - 1007 pages

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Page 525 - ... to be laid out in the purchase of lands to be settled to the same uses as the settled estate.
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