The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace
The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace
The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace
The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace
The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace
The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace
The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace

The Young Clerk’s Vade mecum: or, Compleat law-tutor. Being a useful collection of a great variety of the most approved precedents in the law, and adapted to almost every transaction in life wherein an attention to legal forms is indispensably necessary. And consisting chiefly of bonds, special conditions, letters of attorney, awards, articles of agreement, bills of sale, contracts, covenants, charter parties, leases, proceedings upon distress for rent, assignments, deeds, indentures, mortgages, marriage articles, wills, fines and recoveries, writs, declarations and proceedings at law. To which is added, A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of peace.

[New York]: Belfast printed: New-York, re-printed by H. Gaine, in Hanover-Square, 1776.

First American Edition. [12], 236, iv, 86, [10] p. 12mo. Contemporary sheep, new calf spine, some silking on margin of the first two leaves. Early ownership signatures of a group of Jacksons, Almy, Maryann, Solomon, etc. Evans, 15227; ESTC W21107. Item #313161

"A collection of English precedents, relating to the office of a justice of the peace .. To which is prefixed, copy of the commission of the justice of the peace; with some observations thereon."--iv, 86 p., with separate title page. Attributed to John Ward, Viscount Dudley and Ward.

Gaine was at the outset of the war a moderate Whig, and in September, 1776 he fled New York, taking his press to Newark, N.J. , where he remained until November, whe he returned to NYC. His press now under control of the British and Gaine became an ardent Loyalist.

A most unusual Children's bookseller’s advertisement, p. [93-96] at end showing a title-page like format.

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