Hugh Henry Brackenridge (1748-1816)

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Juriste. - A été juge de la Supreme court of the State of Pennsylvania, USA


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  • The death of General Montgomery in storming the city of Quebec

    a tragedy

    [Facsim. ed.]
    Material description : 79 p.-[1] p. de front.
    Note : Note : ISBN, éditeur, lieu et date de publ. d'après Books in print (CD), 1999-03
    Edition : [1989] [Temecula (Calif.)] [Reprint services corp.]

  • Father Bombo's pilgrimage to Mecca, 1770

    Material description : XXXII-97 p.
    Edition : cop. 1975 Princeton (N.J.) Princeton university library
    Auteur du texte : Philip Morin Freneau (1752-1832)

  • Law miscellanies

    containing an introduction to the study of the law

    Material description : XXVI-588 p.
    Note : Note : Index
    Edition : 1972 New York Arno press

  • Modern chivalry

    Note : Note : Copyright 1937. - American fiction series. N° 1
    Edition : (s. d.). In-8°, XLIV-808 p., fac-sim., portrait. [Ech. int. 8087] -XcR- .4252. New York, American book C°

  • Modern chivalry

    [Facsim. ed.]
    Material description : XLIV-326 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. XLII-XLIV. Chronol.
    Edition : 1989 [Irvine (Calif.)] Reprint services corporation

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  • Law miscellanies : containing an introduction to the study of the law / by Hugh Henry Backenridge, 1972 [reprod. de l'éd. de 1814]
  • BN Cat. gén. suppl.

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