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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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The Commentaries of Sir William Blackstone, Knight, on the Laws and the Constitution of England

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Edited by: American Bar Association

ISBN13: 9781604427196
Published: December 2009
Publisher: American Bar Association
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £27.99



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This book is part of the new, ABA Classics Series. These authoritative, affordable, and beautifully designed editions of the world's greatest law books are perfect for any law library or office or as a gift for anyone involved or interested in the law.

Each book has a distinctive cover design stamped into an elegant leather-look cover and feature thread-sewn pages for strength and durability. In addition, these beautiful editions feature a matching permanent satin bookmark, elegant gilded page edges, and are printed on rich, long-lasting high quality acid-free paper for years of enjoyment--all at an extraordinary price. Finally, the typefaces have been all updated to make the text more readable than other editions of these classics.

This volume of the ABA Classics Series is Blackstone's Commentaries. This legal classic from famed eighteenth-century judge, jurist, and professor Sir William Blackstone comes to the American Bar Association in a beautiful, abridged edition.

An essential reference for lawyers, laymen and students alike, these extraordinary books are an elegant addition to any home or office, and make the perfect gift. These books will provide a lifetime of enjoyment and a lasting legacy for future generations.

This ABA edition is an unabridged republication of a 1796 edition, edited and abridged by William Curry, London.

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Subjects:
Legal History