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|Title:||Hague’s History of the law in South Australia, 1837-1867 / Ralph M. Hague ; with a biography of the author by Helen Whitington and a foreword by the Honourable Justice Perry ; illustrations compiled and captioned by Bruce Greenhalgh.|
|Publisher:||Barr Smith Press|
|Contents:||Ch. 1 Historical background -- Ch. 2. Sir John Jeffcott -- Ch. 3. Henry Jickling -- Ch. 4. Sir Charles Cooper -- Ch. 5. Mr Justice Boothby -- Ch. 6. The Supreme Court -- Ch. 7. The Court of Appeals -- Ch. 8. Courts of Inferior Jurisdiction -- Ch. 9. The Law Officers of the Crown -- Ch. 10. The legal profession -- Ch. 11. The Aborigines and the law -- Ch. 12. Registration of deeds and the Real Property Act-- Ch. 13. The goal -- Biography of the author - Ralph Meyrick Hague.|
|Provenance:||Originally submitted by Hague to the University of Adelaide for the Bonython Prize in 1936 under title: The early history of law in South Australia, it was retitled, possibly when deposited at the State Library, as: History of the law in South Australia, 1837-1867|
|Appears in Collections:||Barr Smith Press publications|
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