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Sir William Blackstone was an English jurist, judge, and Tory politician He served as the first Vinerian Professor of Common Law at the University of Oxford from 1758 until 1766 His series of lectures on English law, the first of their kind in any university, have endured since their publication as a definitive reference on the principles of Common Law The first American edition was produced in
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