Catalog Record: A digest of the laws of Pennsylvania, from the year one thousand seven hundred to the twenty-first day of May, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one. Originally compiled by John Purdon, esq | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A digest of the laws of Pennsylvania, from the year one thousand seven hundred to the twenty-first day of May, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one. Originally compiled by John Purdon, esq.

Corporate Author: Pennsylvania.
Related Names: Brightly, Frederick C. 1812-1888, ed., Purdon, John 1784-1835, ed.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : Kay & Brother [King & Baird, printers], 1862.
Edition: 9th ed. rev., with marginal references; foot notes to the judicial decisions; analytical contents; a digested syllabus of each title; and a new, full and exhaustive index. By Frederick C. Brightly .
Subjects: Law > Pennsylvania > Digests.
Note: "A list of some words and phrases frequent in acts of Assembly and legal proceedings, and references to authorities where their meaning has been explained or discussed ... ": p. [xxvii]-xxx.
First edition, 1811, has title: An abridgement of the laws of Pennsylvania .
Physical Description: xxx, 1264 p. ; 27 cm.
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