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Context of A new pandect of Roman civil law : as anciently established in that new empire; and now received and practised in most European nations : with many useful observations thereon; shewing, wherein that law differs from the municipal laws of Great-Britain, from the canon law in general, and from that part of it now in use here with us in England : Whereunto is prefix'd, by way of introduction, a preliminary discourse, touching the rise and progress of the civil law, from the most early times of the Roman empire: wherein is also comprized a particular account of the books themselves containing this law, the names of the authors and compilers of them, the several editions, and the best commentators thereon
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