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Ancient Laws and Institutes of Wales: Comprising Laws Supposed to be Enacted by Howel the Good: and Anomalous Laws, Consisting Principally of Institutions which by the Statute of Ruddlan Were Admitted to Continue in Force, Great Britain.

Public Record Office. Volume 1 of Ancient Laws and Institutes of Wales: Comprising Laws Supposed to be Enacted by Howel the Good, Modified by Subsequent Regulations Under the Native Princes Prior to the Conquest by Edward the First, and Anomalous Laws, Aneurin Owen Volume 29 of Record Commissioners [Publications], Great Britain Public Record Office: Editor: Aneurin Owen.

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