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English: Title page of the Second Charter of Justice dated 27 November 1826 from the edition published in London by J.L. Cox in February 1827. This is a scan from the copy originally owned by the Supreme Court of the Straits Settlements, a photocopy of which is presently in the collection of the Library of the Supreme Court of Singapore.
|Date||27 February 1826; originally uploaded to en.wikipedia on 26 December 2006 .|
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|Author||J.L. Cox (publisher); original uploader was Jacklee at en.wikipedia.|
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