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Laws of England,
INCORPORATED WITH THE
OF THE LATE
J. L. DE LOLME, LL.D. ADVOCATE:
THE ALTERATIONS TO THE PRESENT TIME.
THOMAS GEORGE WESTERN, Esq., F.R.A.S.
OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE.
AND H. BUTTERWORTH, 7, FLEET STREET.
HER MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY,
With the warmest emotions of gratitude, I humbly place at your Majesty's feet these Commentaries upon the Constitution and Laws of England.
The patronage which your Majesty has in so flattering a manner condescended to bestow
upon my humble exertions, not only by subscribing to this Work, but also in commanding that it should be dedicated to your Majesty, has called forth these emotions in a degree which it far exceeds my
feeble powers adequately to express.
In these Commentaries I have studied to avoid all party feelings and political prejudices, with the fervent hope that they may attract your Ma