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Address of His Excellency the Governor to the judges, consuls, and other legal authorities

assembled at the palace of Valletta January the 2nd antecedently to the opening of the first term of the Courts of Law for the year 1815.

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        LC Classifications1815
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        Paginationxvi, 130 p. :
        Number of Pages56
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several parties sue by petition for money and goods taken for the King's use; and also for wages due to them; and for debts owing to them by the King. I therefor submit, for the consideration of your Excellency, the following propositions, which I hope will and other legal authorities your assent and approval: 1. As to the steps, proper for compelling an appearance; these too, not being dictated by law, are in the breast of the Court.