|Title and Author/Editor:||Commentaries on the Laws of England (William Blackstone)|
|Genre:||Commentary and Critical Analyses, Law|
|Binding:||Cloth on board|
|Publisher:||T. Cadell and W. Davies|
|Period:||Early 19th Century, Antique|
|Place of Publication:||London|
|Edition Statement:||14th Edition|
|Number of Books:||4|
|Additional Notes:||The books have been professionally rebound. Name on front flyleaf appears to read “Silvanus Bourne.” Passage written in gall ink to one flyleaf is from the Thomas Ruggles’ work “The Barrister or Strictures on the Education Proper for the Bar,” first published in Dublin, 1792.|
- foxing throughout; wear to edges of pages; passage written in gall ink to one flyleaf; wear to covers.
- measurement of one book.