Catalog Record: A complete revisal of all the acts of Assembly, of the province of North-Carolina, now in force and use : together with the titles of all such laws as are obsolete, expired, or repealed. : with marginal notes and references, and an exact table to the whole | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A complete revisal of all the acts of Assembly, of the province of North-Carolina, now in force and use : together with the titles of all such laws as are obsolete, expired, or repealed. : with marginal notes and references, and an exact table to the whole.

Corporate Author: North Carolina.
Other Authors: Kerr, W. James, , Henderson, Richard, 1735-1785,, Davis, James, 1721-1785., Bruce, Abner B., , Bennehan, Thomas Davis, 1781-1847,, Beard, Valentine,
Language(s): English
Published: Newbern : Printed by James Davis, printer to the Honourable the House of Assembly, MDCCXXIII. [1773]
Subjects: Law > North Carolina.
North Carolina > Politics and government > To 1775.
Great Britain > Colonies > America.
Note: "This is stated to be the second edition of the laws in the dedication to Governor Martin, but is commonly known as the third revisal."--Evans.
Physical Description: [4], x, 566, [10] p. ; 31 cm. (fol.)
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