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Webb. Office & authority of justice of the peace, 1736
Treatise entitled "Office and Authority of a Justice of Peace, and also the duty of sheriffs, coroners, church-wardens, surveyors of highways,
constables, and officers of the militia. Also included were forms of warrants, judgments, executions and other legal processes both civil and criminal.
The treatise was collected by George Webb, from the common and statutory law of England and acts of the Assembly then in force, and adapted to the
Virginia Constitution and practice. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New York Public Library).
Title:   The office and authority of a justice of peace. : And also the duty of sheriffs, coroners, churchwardens, surveiors of highways, constables, and officers of militia. Together with precedents of warrants, judgments, executions, and other legal process, issuable by magistrates within their respective jurisdictions, in cases civil or criminal. And the method of judicial proceedings, before justices of peace, in matters within their cognisance out of sessions : Collected from the common and statute laws of England, and acts of Assembly, now in force ; and adapted to the constitution and practice of Virginia / by George Webb, gent. One of His Majesty's justices of peace of the county of New-Kent.
OCLC Number:   62822803
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