Instructor clericalis. The first part. Directing clerks both in the court of Queen's-Bench and Common-Pleas: in the abbreviation and contraction of words (and thereby the speedy Reading of Presidents) in the filling up and suing out writs of first process, in Drawing Declarations, making up Issues, Ingrossing Records, Entring Judgments, and Suing out Executions: Also Pleas and Demurrers, &c. With an addition of special notes and Observations in the Court of Common-Pleas, Alphabetically Digested.
- R. G. (Robert Gardiner), active 1705-1728.
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London : printed by the assigns of Richard and Charles Atkins, Esqs; for Thomas Bever, at the Hand and Star within Temple-Bar, 1707.
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The fourth edition, with many necessary additions.
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