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Vol. 7 (1907) and v. 8 (1914) supplement the Commentaries on the law of negligence of Seymour D. Thompson ... bringing the law of each section of the original text down to the present time, and adding phases of the subject not included in the main work, by Edward F. White.
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Commentaries on the law of negligence in all relations, including a complete revision of the author's previous works on the same subject by Thompson, Seymour D. (Seymour Dwight), ; White, Edward Franklin Get this from a library. Commentaries on the law of negligence in all relations, (including a complete revision of the author's previous works on the same subject).
[Seymour D Thompson; Edward F White]. Commentaries on the Law of Negligence in All Relations: (including a Complete Revision of the Author's Previous Works on the Same Subject) Volume 8 of Commentaries on the Law of Negligence in All Relations: Seymour Dwight Thompson: Authors: Seymour Dwight Thompson, Edward Franklin White: Publisher: Bowen-Merrill Company, Original from.
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Author: Joel Prentiss Bishop. Hamilton's cyclopedia of negligence cases: a century of negligence law, classified according to the facts: containing all reported negligence cases decided in all the New York state courts from the earliest period (), to Octo New York: Baker, Voorhis. Negligence lxxxi, p.
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