A practical treatise upon the authority and duty of justices of the peace in criminal prosecutions. DANIEL DAVIS.
A practical treatise upon the authority and duty of justices of the peace in criminal prosecutions.

A practical treatise upon the authority and duty of justices of the peace in criminal prosecutions.

Boston: Cummings, Hilliard & Co., 1824. First edition, 8vo, pp. iv, 687; recent full calf, red morocco label; fine. Daniel Davis (1762-1835) was the U.S. Attorney for Maine 1796-1801 and the solicitor general of Massachusetts (1800-32). He wrote several respected legal works, most notably Criminal Justice (2nd ed. 1828) and Precedents of Indictments (1831). Item #15167

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