Cite this Page

Jacob, Giles. The law-dictionary: explaining the rise, progress, and present state, of the English law, in theory and practice; defining and interpreting the terms or words of art; and comprising copious information, historical, political, and commercial, of the subjects of our law, trade, and government. Originally compiled by Giles Jacob; and continued by him, and other editors, through ten editions: now greatly enlarged and improved, by many material corrections and additions, from the latest statutes, reports, and other accurate publications; by T. E. Tomlins, of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. In two volumes. ...The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 15135, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/15135. Accessed 2023-02-08.

Jacob, Giles. The law-dictionary: explaining the rise, progress, and present state, of the English law, in theory and practice; defining and interpreting the terms or words of art; and comprising copious information, historical, political, and commercial, of the subjects of our law, trade, and government. Originally compiled by Giles Jacob; and continued by him, and other editors, through ten editions: now greatly enlarged and improved, by many material corrections and additions, from the latest statutes, reports, and other accurate publications; by T. E. Tomlins, of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. In two volumes. ... London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Cadell [London], George, George, and John Robinson, Alexander Strahan [Printers St], Joseph Johnson, Francis and Charles Rivington, Elizabeth Brooke, Robert Vaughan Brooke [Cateaton Street], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Elizabeth Newbery, John Walker II [20 Paternoster Row], 1797.

@book{ wphp_15135
  author={Jacob,Giles},
  year={1797},
  title={The law-dictionary: explaining the rise, progress, and present state, of the English law, in theory and practice; defining and interpreting the terms or words of art; and comprising copious information, historical, political, and commercial, of the subjects of our law, trade, and government. Originally compiled by Giles Jacob; and continued by him, and other editors, through ten editions: now greatly enlarged and improved, by many material corrections and additions, from the latest statutes, reports, and other accurate publications; by T. E. Tomlins, of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. In two volumes. ...},
  publisher={Thomas Norton Longman III \& Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795] \& Charles Dilly \& Thomas Cadell [London] \& George, George, and John Robinson \& Alexander Strahan [Printers St] \& Joseph Johnson \& Francis and Charles Rivington \& Elizabeth Brooke \& Robert Vaughan Brooke [Cateaton Street] \& William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street] \& Elizabeth Newbery \& John Walker II [20 Paternoster Row]},
  address={London},    }

Suggestions and Comments for The law-dictionary: explaining the rise, progress, and present state, of the English law, in theory and practice; defining and interpreting the terms or words of art; and comprising copious information, historical, political, and commercial, of the subjects of our law, trade, and government. Originally compiled by Giles Jacob; and continued by him, and other editors, through ten editions: now greatly enlarged and improved, by many material corrections and additions, from the latest statutes, reports, and other accurate publications; by T. E. Tomlins, of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. In two volumes. ...