Law Bibliography Catalogues : A curious collection of law-books, ancient and modern, consisting of the libraries of John Collins, Esq. ... and of another fam'd practicer of the law : with additions of the best and latest law-books hitherto extant : as also an appendix of a considerable number of books of the civil & canon-law : will be exposed to sale by way of auction, on Munday the 2d day of July, 1683, at the first house on the left-hand in Flying-Horse Court in Fleetstreet, near the Kings-Head Tavern at Chancery Lane end, by Edward Millington, bookseller.; Collins, John,
Law Classification : The division and classification of the law : papers submitted to the joint seminar of the Society of Public Teachers of Law and the Law Commissions of England and Scotland, Birmingham, July, 1969 / edited by J. A. Jolowicz..
Law Clerks England : The clerks guide : leading into three parts, viz. I. Of indentures, leases, &c., II. Letters of attorney, warrants of attorney, mortgages, licences, charter-parties, &c., III. Bills, answers, replications, rejoynders in chancery, &c., under which are comprehended the most unusual forms of clerkship : to which is added, a fourth part of fines, recoveries, statutes, recognisances, judgements, &c. distresses and replevins : illustrated with cases, and the statutes relating to the same / by Tho. Manley of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.; Manley, Thomas,
Law Clerks Handbooks Manuals Etc Early Works To 1800 : The clerk's manual: or, An exact collection of the most approved forms of declarations, pleas, general issues, judgments, demurrers, and most kind of writs now used in the Court of Kings Bench : With necessary instructions to all clerks, attorneys, sollicitors, &c. in the use of the same.