The Practick Part of the Law : shewing the office of an attorney and a guide for solicitors in the Courts of the Chancery, King's-Bench, Common-Pleas and Exchequer, with the manner of their proceedings in any action real, personal, or Mixt [Sullivan]
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Full calf (leather hard-cover), four raised bands. 592 pages, plus the table at rear. (4 3/4" x 7"). Carefully revised, corrected, and much enlarged, with an exact table wherein are contained all the principal matters in the whole book. This unique and historically important copy SIGNED five times on the front paste down and front free endpaper by JOHN SULLIVAN (1740-1795). Two signatures in block printing, two signatures in cursive script, one inscription reading, "John Sullivan his book 1765" John Sullivan was an American General in the Revolutionary War, a delegate in the Continental Congress, Governor of New Hampshire and United States Federal Judge. Sullivan began the practice of law in 1763 at Berwick and continued in the practice when he moved to Durham, New Hampshire in 1764. Book shows general overall exterior wear and rubbing, bumped corners. Internally expected age toning to paper, last two leafs torn with 3/4 of the page lost. Remains a desirable and SCARCE book belonging to, and signed by, Gen. John Sullivan Size: Octavo. Bookseller Inventory # 003692
Title: The Practick Part of the Law : shewing the ...
Publisher: Printed By the Assigns of R. And E. Atkins for H. Twyford, London
Publication Date: 1681
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