Bell's Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland (Reprint of 7ed, 1890)
How many herring are contained in a mese?
What is Dusty-Foot doing at the Pie-Powder Court?
Are your multures insucken or outsucken? Or are they just abstracted?
The answers to these and other conundrums can be found inBell’s Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland.
The most comprehensive single-volume collection of Scottish legal vocabulary available, the Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland is also the obvious resource for those seeking to understand the words and concepts of another age. The version reproduced here is the seventh and final edition of 1890, by George Watson.
|Publisher:||Edinburgh Legal Education Trust|
|Author(s)||Watson, G and Anderson, RG|