Law, Magistracy, and Crime in Old Regime Paris, 1735-1789: Volume 1, The System of Criminal Justice

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Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN-13 : 9780521361699

Page : 632 pages

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The first of two volumes centred around the two great courts of eighteenth-century Paris.

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