3 edition of The new edition of the Consolidated laws of British Honduras, 1924 found in the catalog.
The new edition of the Consolidated laws of British Honduras, 1924
|Other titles||Consolidated laws of British Honduras (1924)|
|Statement||prepared under the authority of the Consolidated laws (New edition) ordinance, 1923, by Cyril Brooke Francis, Esquire ...|
|Series||Common law abroad -- no. 97-858|
|Contributions||Francis, Cyril Gerard Brooke.|
|The Physical Object|
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