1865 Capital Punishment; Based on Professor Mittermaier's 'Todesstrafe'
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Very Scarce
The first edition of this work. A very scarce copy, rarely seen in commerce.
Discussion on the capital punishment, edited by John Macrae Moir from Professor of Law in the University of Heidelberg Carl J.A. Mittermeier's 'Todesstrafe'.
With a general history of capital punishment, and discussions concerned with the ethics, morality, consequences, arguments for the abolition of capital punishment, capital punishment in England, &c. A fascinating work. With Appendices to rear.
With a biographical sketch of the life of Professor Mittermeier.
In the original publisher's full cloth binding. Externally sound with minor shelf wear, bumped to head and tail of spine, back strip faded. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally very clean with only odd light spotting to odd leaf.
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