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Agonistes.
     Doctrine of divorce.
[Albany : s.n.]. [1857]
Family Law.
37 p. ; 22 cm.; US-13-44.
     Fiche: 7496

Allen, T. Paynter (Thomas Paynter).
     The Durham Sunday closing bill : a letter to the Bishop of Durham.
[London : Marriage Law Reform Association]. [1886?]
Family Law.
4 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-13-227.
     Fiche: 19843

Alleyne, John, d. 1777.
     The legal degrees of marriage : stated and considered, in a series of letters to a friend : with an appendix, containing letters from several divines, and others.
London : Printed by C. Stower for Gale and Curtis. 1810
Family Law.
xvi, 127 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-13-313; 3rd ed.
     Fiche: 66140-66141

Almy, Charles.
     The law of married women in Massachusetts.
Boston : George B. Reed. 1878
Family Law.
119 p. ; 20 cm.; US-13-3; by Charles Almy, Jr. and Horace W. Fuller.
     Fiche: 7295-7296

American Equal Rights Association.
     Proceedings of the first anniversary of the American Equal Rights Association : held at the Church of the Puritans, New York, May 9 and 10, 1867.
New York : R.J. Johnston. 1867
Persons.
80 p. ; 23 cm.; US-12-26; phonographic report by H.M. Parkhurst.
     Fiche: 7223

American experience of marriage with a deceased wife's sister : the answers of the governors of states, &c. to inquiries made by the Earl of Dalhousie.
London : Marriage Law Reform Association. 1883
Family Law.
52 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-13-225.
     Fiche: 19841

Amos, Sheldon, 1835-1886.
     Difference of sex as a topic of jursprudence and legislation.
London : Longmans, Green. 1870
Persons.
43 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-12-63.
     Fiche: 18641

Anichini, P.
     A few remarks on the present laws of marriage, adultery, and seduction, in England, to Lord Brougham and Vaux, member of the Institute of France.
London : Printed for the author and to be had of E. Wilson. 1836
Family Law.
xxix, 64 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-13-317.
     Fiche: 67591-67592

An Answer to Mr. Falconer on the assumption of surnames without royal licence.
London : Simpkin, Marshall. 1863
Persons.
90 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-12-66.
     Fiche: 18648

Antiquary, fl. 1861-1880.
     An historical view of the restrictions upon marriage, especially in relation to England : with the true reasons why a marriage with the sister of a deceased wife was prohibited.
London : S. Golbourn. 1880
Family Law.
30 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-13-94.
     Fiche: 18904

Antiquary, fl. 1861-1880.
     An historical view of the restrictions upon marriage, especially in relation to England : with the true reasons why a marriage with the sister of a deceased wife was prohibited.
London : Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt. 1861
Family Law.
28 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-13-97.
     Fiche: 18907

Ap Richard.
     Marriage and divorce : an inquiry into the moral, the practical, the political, and the religious aspects of the question.
Chicago : Rand, McNally & Co. 1889, c1888
Family Law.
xviii, 208 p. ; 19 cm.; US-13-17; with appendices by David Swing ... [et al.].
     Fiche: 7363-7365

Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Committee on the Amendment of the Law.
     Report of the Committee on Amendment of the Law.
[New York : The Association]. [1886]
Family Law.
9 p. : forms ; 23 cm.; US-13-13.
     Fiche: 7359

Atherley, E. G. (Edmond Gibson).
     A practical treatise of the law of marriage and other family settlements.
London : Printed for W. Clarke and Sons. 1813
Family Law.
xii, [20], 613 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-13-311.
     Fiche: 65843-65849

Atherley, E. G. (Edmond Gibson).
     A practical treatise of the law of marriage and other family settlements.
Philadelphia : J.S. Littell ; New York : Halsted and Voorhies. 1840
Family Law.
xxii, 226 [i. e. 326] p. ; 24 cm.; US-13-315.
     Fiche: 67294-67297

B. A. W.
     The woman's question and the man's answer, or, Reflections on the social consequences of legalizing marriage with a deceased wife's sister.
London : Saunders, Otley. 1859
Family Law.
28 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-13-178.
     Fiche: 19225

Bacon, H. F. (Hugh Ford).
     A reply to the Bishop of Exeter's argument against marriage with a deceased wife's sister, in a letter to the Bishop of Lichfield.
London : Houlstone and Wright. 1860
Family Law.
69 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-13-322.
     Fiche: 68608

Bacon, H. F. (Hugh Ford).
     Some brief remarks on Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood's vindication of the law prohibiting marriage with a deceased wife's sister : in a letter to a friend.
London : Houlston and Wright. 1861
Family Law.
19 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-13-316.
     Fiche: 67553

Baker, Charles E. (Charles Edmund).
     Husband and wife, and the law of divorce.
London : F. Warne. [1880]
Family Law.
184 p. : forms ; 18 cm.; UK-13-312.
     Fiche: 65939-65941

The Baronetage of England : containing a new genealogical history of the existing English baronets, and baronets of Great Britain, and of the United Kingdom, from the institution of the order in 1611, to the last creation : with their armorial bearings correctly engraved.
London : Printed for J. Stockdale. 1806
Persons.
vi, 34, 588 p. : ill. ; 16mo.; UK-12-67.
     Fiche: 18649-18655

Barony by tenure : a review of the Fitzwalter decision of 1669 as relied upon in the Berkeley decision of 1861.
[London? : s.n.]. 1861
Persons.
69 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-12-59.
     Fiche: 18635

Barrister.
     Remarks on a late tract of the Rev. John Keble, M.A. : entitled Against profane dealing with holy matrimony.
London : J. Hatchard. 1849
Family Law.
39 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-13-147.
     Fiche: 18962

Beardsley, Alfred.
     Report of the Beardsley divorce case : containing the full and unabridged testimony of all the witnesses, together with all the evidence suppressed by the daily papers.
New York : R.M. De Witt. 1860
Family Law.
83 p. ; 23 cm.; US-13-61.
     Fiche: 10081

Bell, Robert, d. 1816.
     Report of a case of legitimacy, under a putative marriage, tried before the second division of the Court of Session in February 1811.
Edinburgh : Bell & Bradfute. 1825
Parent & Child.
vii, 228 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-14-40.
     Fiche: 67538-67540

Bell, Thomas W. (Thomas William).
     The practice of the Court of Chancery in Ireland in minor matters : with forms, general orders, regulations and schedules of fees.
Dublin : E. Ponsonby. 1876
Parent & Child.
xv, 242 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.; UK-14-46; by Thomas W. Bell and Richard O. Armstrong.
     Fiche: 85534-85536

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