AN INSTITUTE OF THE LAWS OF ENGLAND; or, The Laws of England in their Natural Order, according to Common Use. Published for the Direction of Young Beginners, or Students in the Law; and of Others that Desire to Have a General Knowledge in Our Common and Statute Laws. In Four Books. Vol. II.
In The Savoy: Richard Sare, 1720. Hardcover. , 537 – 1120. [70 Table], [5 Advertisement, Emendanda & Corrigenda], [ 1 blank], [2 ad's] pages. Contemporary full calf, untitled, with plain raised hubs, '2' to the spine. Octavo. First edition. Endpapers and blank page at close used for notes and drafts of letters; binding worn at corners and at head & heel of spine; else a very good copy of the second volume of this two volume work.