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The institutions of the law of Scotland. By Sir George Mackenzie

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Though the Institutions of the Law of Scotland which were written by the learned Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh have been justly received with universal approbation, it must at the same time be confessed that his fondness to reduce the Work within the compass of a small duodecimo led him either to omit altogether or to treat more slightly several important articles relating to his subject. Nor indeed is that Author's compend so useful at present as it was formerly because of these many and considerable alterations which the Law of Scotland has undergone since its publication.
Source: The Principles of the Law of Scotland In the Order of Sir G. Mackenzie's Institutions By John Erskine,
  JamesBoswell | May 29, 2009 |
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