Disputatio Juridica, Ad. Tit. XI. Lib. III. Inst. De Acquisitione per Adrogationem. Quam, Favente Numine, Ex Auctoritate Clarissimi ac Consultissimi Viri D. Henrici Dundas, De Arniston Junoris, Regii apud Scotos Advocati, & Inclytae Facultatis Juridicae Decani; Nec Non Ex ejusdem FACULTATIS Consensu et Decreto; Pro ADVOCATI Munere consequendo, Publicae Disquisitioni subjicit.

By: SINCLAIR, Joannes: DUNDAS:

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Hardback, 9 x 7 inches. Bound in black morocco leather, gilt decoration and banding to spine, extensive gilt decorative panelled boards. Decorative handmade gold endpapers. In good condition. Boards slightly curled, some rubbing to edges and boards. corners buimped. Neat inscription to rear of dedication page (shopping list? dated 1734.) Some minor darkening to page edges else pages clean and tight. 10pp. Decorative chapter headers & letter pieces. (Juridical Talk, The acquisition through adoption. By helping power, the authority of the most famous men and Consultissimi D. Henry Dundas, de Arniston June, the Royal Scots advocates and Inclytae Juridicial Dean of Faculty; And the Decree on the consent of, and even from the same FACULTATIS; The advocate has achieved a state Disquisitioni subjects.)

Title: Disputatio Juridica, Ad. Tit. XI. Lib. III. Inst. De Acquisitione per Adrogationem. Quam, Favente Numine, Ex Auctoritate Clarissimi ac Consultissimi Viri D. Henrici Dundas, De Arniston Junoris, Regii apud Scotos Advocati, & Inclytae Facultatis Juridicae Decani; Nec Non Ex ejusdem FACULTATIS Consensu et Decreto; Pro ADVOCATI Munere consequendo, Publicae Disquisitioni subjicit.

Author Name: SINCLAIR, Joannes: DUNDAS:

Categories: FOREIGN LANGUAGE,

Publisher: Edinburghi, Tho. Ruddimanni, 1724, 1st thus:

Seller ID: 78391

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