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Costs in the High Court of Chancery; shewing at one view the disbursements out of pocket, and charges of the agent and solicitor. Also setting forth at one view what is allowed or disallowed by the master on the taxation of a suit either for plaintiff or defendant. Interspersed with some bills of costs on interlocutory and other matters, as costs relating to the appointing a guardian to consent to marriage, admitting solicitors, &c. &c. To which is added, costs in general in the Exchequer of pleas as between the clerk in court and attorney;-and also bills of costs either for plaintiff or defendant, as taxed in the same court. The third edition corrected and greatly improved, with additions. By a Solicitor of the said courts.

Solicitor of the Said Courts.

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London : Printed by His Majesty's law printers; for W. Owes between the Temple Gates, Fleet-Street, 1785.

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63,[1]p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC N29562


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