1851-70 The Justice of the Peace
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Leather Binding, Rebound
Three first editions.
Reports on 'The Justice of the Peace' edited by J B Dasent, James A Foot, and JL Jellicoe among others. Covering criminal and procedure law, consumer law, licensing law, local government law, coroners law, youth court, road traffic, customs and excise and wildlife cases.
Comprising vols. XV for 1851, XXIII for 1859, and XXXIV for 1870.
Founded in 1837, this journal is the world's older established legal journal in England and Wales, renamed 'Criminal Law and Justice Weekly' in 2009. It is usually read by those making decisions in their specialist areas within the Criminal Justice System.
Containing reports of comments on important decisions made by the courts or Government, notes reporting on important and relevant cases, features, articles. &c.
Some large paper volumes.
In half calf binding with varying marbled boards, titles in gilt to morocco spine labels. Externally with shelf wear, rubbed and chipped to head and tail of spine and extremities, loss of spine title label vol. XV. Back strip lifting to vol. XXIII. Minor loss to head and tail of spine. Stamps to odd leaf vol. XXXIV. Internally, generally firmly bound. Light spotting scattered to leaves.
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