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A practical treatise on benefit building societies: embracing their origin, constitution, and change of character, and the superiority of permanent, over terminating societies: also, the principles and practice of tontine building companies, freehold land societies, &c., and the law relating to those societies: with the statutes and cases to the present time: also rules, forms.
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