by printed by W. Strahan and M. Woodfall; for J. Williams, M. Folingsby, and G. Kearsly; W. Flexney; J. White; G. Robinson; and E. Brooke in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 8398, no. 01.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||530|
The solicitor's compleat guide in the practice of the High Court of Chancery: Shewing the whole modern practice of the court, from the Issuing of the Subpoena to the final Decrce, arranged in an intire new, familiar, concise, and comprehensive Manner, so as to be a perfect Assistant to the young Clerk, as well as an Aid to the old Practitioner ; Illustrated with apt Points determined on each. Full text of "The solicitor's guide to the practice of the Office of pleas in His Majesty's Court of exchequer, at Westminster; in which are introduced bills of costs in various cases, and a variety of useful precedents, with a compleat index to the whole" See other formats. Full text of "A treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of Chancery; under the following heads: I. Common law jurisdiction of the chancellor. II. Equity jurisdiction of the chancellor. III. The statutes, rules of court, and general orders relating to the practice and jurisdiction of the Chancery division of the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal, with copious notes, being the sixth edition of Morgan's Chancery acts and orders, thoroughly revised and considerably enlarged, (London, Stevens and Sons, ), by George.
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Reports and Cases of Practice in The Court of Common Pleas, In the Reigns of Queen Anne, King Goerge I and King George II. Second Ed. [with] Rules and Orders of the Court of Exchequer, Relative to the Equity Court, the Office of Pleas, and the Revenue Publisher:  Printed by Henry Lintot  Printed by H. Woodfall, London, & Table of Contents. 1. 29 January - [William Walwyn], Tolleration Justified, and Persecution Condemn’d. In an Answer or Examination, of the London-ministers Letter Whereof, Many of them are of the Synod, and yet framed this Letter at Sion-Colledge; to be sent among others, to themselves at the Assembly: in behalf of Reformation and Church-government, 2 Corinth, II. vers. The parts of the first Obiection, Page 1. IN the first part is shewed the necessary vse of Drugges, Spices, Indico, Raw-silke, and Callicoes.: page 2. In the second part is declared the great summes of ready monies which are yearely saued to Christendome in generall, by fetching the wares of the East-Indies directly in shipping from thence.: page 3. traveller who passed through the Hebrides in the year recorded that in many houses he was given the room to sleep in which had been occupied by Dr. Johnson. Twenty-eight years later, when Sir Walter Scott with some of his friends landed in Skye, it was found on inquiry that the first thought which had come into each man’s mind was of Johnson’s Latin Ode to Mrs. Thrale.