Digest of Pennsylvania statute law, 1920 (complete) based on Pepper and Lewis" digest of laws of Pennsylvania, containing all the general statutes of the commonwealth down to 1920, with notes showing sources and derivation of statutes and a chonological table of acts, 1683 to 1920

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ContributionsPepper, George Wharton, 1867-1961., West Publishing Company
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