A reading on the Convention-Act;
in which a doctrine lately set afloat in the Court of King's Bench, on the trial of Doctor Sheridan, namely, that the law is to be interpreted by its spirit, and not by its letter, is combated on the principles of the law of England.
By a barrister
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Dublin printed by Isaac Colles, no. 9, Cope-Street. And to be had of all the booksellers 
Physical description: 18 p. 21 cm. (8vo)
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