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Cox's Cases 1816 Edition

£120.00

Product description

Cases determined in the course of equity from 1783 to 1796 inclusive of a few with an earlier date by Lord Hardwicke and Lord Northington.

By Samuel Compton Cox - one of the masters of the court of the Chancery

Colloquially known as Cox's Cases.

This is a highly rare first edition of Cox's Cases from 1816.

In poor condition. Out only the back board on volume 1 is attached, also loose. All the front and back boards are present but the others are unattached. On the whole however on the rest of the book the binding is tight.

There is damage to the spines, especially shelf-wear on the top and bottom. Please see photographs.

Item details

Author(s):
Cox, Samuel Compton.
Condition:
Poor
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Printed by Reed & Hunter.

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About this item

Cases determined in the course of equity from 1783 to 1796 inclusive of a few with an earlier date by Lord Hardwicke and Lord Northington.

By Samuel Compton Cox - one of the masters of the court of the Chancery

Colloquially known as Cox's Cases.

This is a highly rare first edition of Cox's Cases from 1816.

In poor condition. Out only the back board on volume 1 is attached, also loose. All the front and back boards are present but the others are unattached. On the whole however on the rest of the book the binding is tight.

There is damage to the spines, especially shelf-wear on the top and bottom. Please see photographs.

Author(s):
Cox, Samuel Compton.
Condition:
Poor
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Printed by Reed & Hunter.

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