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The reverse or back-face of the English Janus : To-wit, all that is met with in story concerning the common and statute-law of English Britanny, from the first memoirs of the two nations, to the decease of King Henry II. set down and tackt together succin

The reverse or back-face of the English Janus : To-wit, all that is met with in story concerning the common and statute-law of English Britanny, from the first memoirs of the two nations, to the decease of King Henry II. set down and tackt together succin

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Creator: Selden, John, 1584-1654
Date: MDCLXXXII [i.e. 1682]
Publisher: Printed for Thomas Basset, and Richard Chiswell
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16 p.l., 131, [1] p.
33 cm.
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Object ID: 2004515
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