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Sheridan, John
The Present Practice of the Court of King's Bench, Containing....
1784. "Enriched with a Number of Very Curious and Special Precedents" Sheridan, John. The Present Practice of the Court of King's Bench; Containing Ample and Complete Instructions for Commencing And Defending the Various Kinds of Suits and Actions, Entering up Judgment, Suing out Execution, Proceeding in Error from the King's Bench, Common Pleas, Exchequer Chamber, And Parliament, &c. And Calculated Not Only To Guide the Attorney, In The Course Of His Practice, In Cases Already Settled; But also, By Pointing Out the Rise and Ground of the Various Proceedings, and the Several Cases in Each Already Adjudged, To Enable Him by Analogy to Conduct Any New Matters that May Occur. Containing Rules of Court Down to Michaelmas Term, 1784, And Enriched with a Number of Very Curious and Special Precedents of the Various Writs, Pleadings, Entries, &c. In Use in the Court of King's Bench; And Particularly of Declarations, A Great Number of Which are Very Special, And Settled by the Most Eminent Pleaders. To Which is Added a Complete Index. London: Printed for W. Flexney, Opposite Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn; And J. Walker, Pater-Noster-Row, 1784. [iii], 16-614, [18] pp. Text complete. Octavo (8-1/5" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine. Light rubbing and tiny inkspots to boards, which are beginning to separate but secure, small burn mark to front board, crease and small chip to its lower corner, moderate rubbing to extremities, a few creases and chips, heavier chipping to spine ends, corners bumped and somewhat worn, upper corner lac … [Click Below for Full Description]
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