Modus intrandi placita generalia

Publication Date1674
Remainderthe entring clerk's introductionĚ Being a collection of such precedents of declarations, and other pleadings, with process as well mesn as judicial, as are generally used in every days practice. With notes and observations thereupon. Composed for the benefit of the students of the common law of England; as also of the attornies, entring clerks, and sollicitors of the courts of Common Pleas and Kings Bench; acquainting them with the rudiments of clerkship, and such general pleadings and process as are used at this day in the courts of record at Westminster. By William Brown, Gent. Author of FormulŠ bene placitandi
Extent[8], 407, [41] p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for George Dawes, over against Lincolns Inne Gate in Chancery Lane

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