Entring Clerk's Vade Mecum

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The Entring Clerk's Vade Mecum: Being an Exact Collection of Precedents for Declarations and Pleadings in Most Actions, Especially Such as are Brought for, or Against Heirs, Executors, or Administrators, Executrices, Administratrices, and Their Husbands, in Person Actions, Also upon Bills of Exchange, Pollicies of Assurance, &c., and Such Process and Parts of Pleading as Relate Thereunto: Being Very Practicable and Useful to All Entring-Clerks, and Attornies in His Majesties Courts of Kings-Bench

by William Brown

The Entring Clerk's Vade Mecum
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Title not held by The Wolf Law Library
at the College of William & Mary.
Author William Brown
Published London:
Edition ?
Volumes volume set

London, octavo, 1678 or 1695. Precise edition unknown.