The clerks grammar enlarged

Publication Date1692
Remainderwherein are laid down plain and easie rules for the making any bond or bill obligatory or single, with the several conditions in most cases; also instructions how to place the names, sums and dates of the same in true proper Latin. Likewise a exact method of drawing all manner of deeds of common use, with instructions how to raise any consideration, habendum, reddendum, reservation or covenant used therein, made more plain and intelligible to the meanest capacity than any book of this nature hitherto extant in print
Extent[4], 147, [5] p.
Publisherprinted by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins Esquires; and are to be sold by D. Browne without Temple Bar, J. Cleve in Chancery Lane, and J. Walthoe in the Temple

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