As far as the volume of law goes, the book is one volume of about the same thickness as one volume of the current Stones. The paper is somewhat thicker too, which should give an indication of the volume of law it contains. There is no indication that there should be any other volumes. It is the 33rd edition, priced at twenty five shillings. At first glance I can't find any reference to the more serious crimes, murder, robbery, and the like.
"I do not agree with what you say, but I'll defend to the death my right to be offended by it."