[Montréal : s.n.] 1841 (Montréal : J. Lovell); 313 pages
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|Creator||Doucet, N. B. (Nicolas Benjamin), b. 1781.|
|Title||Fundamental principles of the laws of Canada as they existed under the natives, as they were changed under the French Kings, and as they were modified and altered under the domination of England : together with the general principles of the custom of Paris, as laid down by the most eminent authors, with the text, and a literal translation of the text : the Imperial, and other statutes, changing the jurisprudence in either of the provinces of Canada at large : prefaced by an historical sketch ... compiled with a view of assisting law students in their studies|
|Published||[Montréal : s.n.] 1841 (Montréal : J. Lovell)|
Law -- Canada -- History and criticism.
Civil law -- Canada.
Law -- History.
Indians of North America -- Canada.
Droit -- Canada -- Histoire et critique.
Droit civil -- Canada.
Droit -- Histoire.
Indiens -- Amérique du Nord -- Canada.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by McGill University, Law Library, Montreal; National Library of Canada.|
Title from title screen.
Includes bibliographical references and an index.
Volume 1 of a 2 volume set. For individual volumes in the set see CIHM nos. 92324-92325.
298 [i.e. 300], x p. ; 25 cm.
Includes some text in French.