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Freeman, Samuel:

A VALUABLE ASSISTANT TO EVERY MAN: OR, THE AMERICAN CLERK'S MAGAZINE. CONTAINING THE MOST USEFUL AND NECESSARY FORMS OF WRITINGS, WHICH COMMONLY OCCUR BETWEEN MAN AND MAN, UNDER THE NAMES OF ACQUITTANCES, AGREEMENTS...AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS. THE WHOLE OF WHICH ARE CALCULATED FOR THE USE OF CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES AND ARE CONFORMABLE TO LAW THE THIRD EDITION, REVISED, ENLARGED, AND MUCH IMPROVED.

I Thomas and ET Andrews, Boston: 1797 Original full leather [some chipping, front hinge starting] 297, [1] pp Front free endpaper torn, rear free endpaper gone, text uniformly tanned with scattered foxing Good+ This third edition was preceded by printings in 1794 and 1795, and succeeded by one in 1800 Each is longer than its predecessor New material appears in this printing on Estates, Master and Servant, and accompanying forms "The additional matter has enlarged the work about 50 pages, notwithstanding which, it is sold at the same price" Evans 32157 BEAL 8013 Not in Jenkins I Harv Law Cat 727 [1800]


Book Id: 14985

Price: $175.00

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