This I'll defend: Law bulletin Macfarlands, 1718-1994 download epub
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An Illustrated History of the Law Bulletin Publishing Company and it's Macfarland Family Owners to mark the 140th year of continuous publication of the chicago Daily Law Bulletin 1854-1994. Library descriptions.
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by Irene Macauley · data of the book This I'll defend: Law bulletin. details (United States). ISBN: 978-10095-01-3. Law Bulletin Pub. Co · 1994.
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War cry. Loch Slòigh ("The Loch of the Host"). Attributed to the clan by Skene). Clan Slogan: Loch Sloidh (Anglicised as: Loch Sloy) (translated from Gaelic: The Loch of the Host). Clan Motto: This I'll Defend. Clan Crest: A demi-savage brandishing in his dexter a broad sword Proper and pointing with his sinister to an Imperial Crown or standing by him on the wreath. Clan Pipe Music (Pibroch)
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Publisher: Law Bulletin Pub. Co; First Edition edition (1994)
Pages: 275 pages