digest of the law

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Sir John Comyns, A Digest Of The Law Of England 358 (4th ed.
Paul, John, A Digest of the Laws Related to the Game of this Kingdom (1776).
Comyns, Sir John, A Digest of the Laws of England, Vol.
191 (Judiciary Act of Georgia of 1770), in Robert Watkins & George Watkins, A Digest of the Laws of the State of Georgia 157 (1800).
In the same year he produced the seventh edition of Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence in Criminal Cases.
14) He published A Digest of the Law of Evidence in 1876, (15) A Digest of the Criminal Law (Crimes and Punishments) in 1877, and, with his brother, Herbert Stephen, A Digest of the Law of Criminal Procedure in Indictable Offences in 1883.
VII Stephen's Academic Career and A Digest of the Law of Evidence
Those attending courses will automatically be given a copy of the company's accompanying Allergen Management Programme (JAM), which provides a comprehensive reference to all the key information, from a digest of the law itself, to guidance on food labelling, technical papers, best practise guidelines, check sheets and adaptable sanitisation programmes and information about where to source the best testing kits.
On one hand, the document entitled "The Digest of the Laws in Force in the Territory of Orleans with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government" was the first comprehensive reception of the Code Napoleon of 1804 anywhere in the world.
A digest of the laws of Maryland; being an abridgment,
A digest of the laws relating to the game of this kingdom:
A digest of the laws of England by the Right Honourable Sir John