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Enchiridion clericale: or, a manual of proper and useful presidents in clerkship, relating to contracts and agreements, obligations, recognizances and statutes. Also an Anatomy of a Bond, with most usual and necessary Conditions, abbreviation of Words, proper Names of Men and Women, Cities, Counties, Sums of Money, Reigns of Kings and Queens, and Years of our Lord: Tables of Interest and Purchase, the Terms and their Returns, Forms of Bills, Articles, Awards and Arbitraments, Acquittances, Assignments, Dispositions of Money, and Declarations of Trust, Ecclesiastical Instruments, Deed of Gift, Defeazances, Exchange of Lands, Feoffments, Fines, Recoveries, Joyntures, Leases; and particularly a copious President of a Lease, from which any other (as occasion offers) may be form'd; Lease and Release, Letters of Attorney and Licence; also Warrants of Attorney, Merchants Affairs, Releases of several sorts, Revocations and new Declarations; also Surrenders, Wills and Codicils, and copious Directions concerning Livery of Seisin and Attornment. With proper and useful presidents and instructions relating to the Practice of the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, Chancery and Exchequer: With Directions to sue out Fines, Recoveries, and to the Outlawry. As also the Judges Opinion for no more Cost than Damages. By a lover of clerks and clerkship.

  • R. G. (Robert Gardiner), active 1705-1728.
Date
1701
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London : printed by the assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins, Esqrs, for J. Walthoe, in the Middle Temple Cloysters, 1701.

Physical description

[4],511,[21]p. ; 80.

References note

ESTC N6262

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  • English


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