The perfect conveyancer: or, Several select and choice presidents, such as have not formerly been printed. Collected by four several sages of the law. Edward Henden, knight, late one of the barons of the Exchequer. William Noy, Attourney General to His late Majesty. Robert Mason, sometime recorder of London. And Henry Fleetwood, formerly reader of Grayes-Inne. Wherein are contained many excellent examples and instructions touching the manner and method of conveyances; useful for all persons, that are professors in the law, and desire to be rightly and judiicously [sic] informed. With an exact table, for the readers more ready recourse to any the particulars contained therein

Publication Date1663
Extent[12], 240, 249-547, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for George Dawes, at the White Horse in Chancery Lane near Lincolns-Inne

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