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Context of The young clerk's tutor enlarged : being a most useful collection of the best presidents of recognizances, obligations, conditions, acquittances, bills of sale, warrants of attorny, &c. : as also all the names of men and women in Latin, with the day of the date, the several sums of mony, and the addition of the several trades or employments, in their proper cases, as they stand in the obligations : together with directions of writs of habeas corpus, writs of error, &c. to the inferior courts in cities and towns : likewise the best presidents of all manner of concords of fines, and directions how to sue out a fine, with many judicious observations therein : with many other things very necessary and readily fitting every mans occasion, as by an exact table of what [is] contained in this book will appear : to which is annexed several of the best copies both of court and chancery hand now extant
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