The compleat clark : containing the best forms, of all sorts of presidents, for conveyances and assurances, and other instruments now in use and practice : with the forms of bills, pleadings and answers in Chancery, as they were penned and perfected by eminent lawyers, and great conveyancers, both antient and modern; whereunto are added, divers presidents, which were wanting, and also, some Saxon presidents; with the exposition of certain words, used in antient charters, and the proper names of men and women : with additions of titles of honour, trades and occupations, cities, counties, bishopricks; names of offices, moneths, and dayes; numbers of money and waights, in Latine and English : with a computation of years, from King William the Conqueror, to this present; with alphabetical tables of the whole contents of the said book.
Printed by J.S. for H. Twyford, N. Brook, and J. Place,
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