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Blackerby, Samuel. Cases in law: wherein justices of peace have a jurisdiction, as well by their commission, as by Act of Parliament, which have received a determination by the judges in Westminster Hall, their [unclear] and in Sergeants Inn, from Edward the Third's time to this day: as they are reported in the year-books, and all the other reports down to this time. With the addition of some modern cases, not yet reported in any Book. Being the second part of The justice of peace's companion. By Samuel Blackerby, of Gray's Inn, Esq.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26012, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26012. Accessed 2024-05-19.

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  author={Blackerby,Samuel},
  year={1717},
  title={Cases in law: wherein justices of peace have a jurisdiction, as well by their commission, as by Act of Parliament, which have received a determination by the judges in Westminster Hall, their [unclear] and in Sergeants Inn, from Edward the Third's time to this day: as they are reported in the year-books, and all the other reports down to this time. With the addition of some modern cases, not yet reported in any Book. Being the second part of The justice of peace's companion. By Samuel Blackerby, of Gray's Inn, Esq.},
  publisher={John Walthoe I \& John Walthoe II},
  address={London},    }

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