Dublin: H. Watts, Bookseller, 1794. pp x, 31, [1 blank]. Disbound, lightly foxed, The signatures suggest that this is part of a larger volume. Good+.
Fearne was an eminent English real property lawyer and barrister of the Inner Temple who wrote a treatise on contingent remainders and executory devises, and other such arcana. His prefatory remarks laud Lord Mansfield, thank him for "condescending to notice, from the bench," his treatise; and "surrender" his side of an argument concerning the disposition of a Jamaica plantation from the estate of William Williams. This pamphlet, originally published in London in 1780, is a "new edition".
OCLC 63545182 [3- Cornell, NYU Law School, Yale Law School]. Item #26241