COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA, COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE WINCHESTER LAW SCHOOL. Henry St. George Tucker.
COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA, COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE WINCHESTER LAW SCHOOL.
COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA, COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE WINCHESTER LAW SCHOOL.
COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA, COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE WINCHESTER LAW SCHOOL.
COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA, COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE WINCHESTER LAW SCHOOL.

COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA, COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE WINCHESTER LAW SCHOOL.

Winchester [VA]: Printed at the Office of the Republican, for the author, 1836-7. Second edition. Two volumes. 8vo. Vol. I: xx, 165pp., 458pp., 35pp. analysis; vol. II: xxviii, 506pp., 34pp. analysis, 17pp. appendix. Recently rebound, leather spine, marbled boards, retaining original spine labels. Persistent foxing. Pencil notes on pastedowns and front endpapers. Previous owner William Shaw Custis's gift inscription to Charles B. Duffield, whose signature and bookplate is also present. Duffield served in the Civil War in the 14th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry Company L as a private. Tucker's COMMENTARIES was the standard text and primary legal resource for the study of Virginia civil law for most of the nineteenth century. This systematic treatise, written in the spirit of Kent and Blackstone, was privately published by Tucker, who founded and taught at the private Winchester Law School. The text is a mainstay of American treatise writing. Item #63878

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