Poxvirus Diseases Poetry : The hunting of the pox : a pleasant discourse betweene the authour, and pild-garlicke : wherein is declared the nature of the dissease, how it came, and how it may bee cured / by J. T. Westminster.; J. T.,
Practice Of Law England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The compleat sollicitor performing his duty : and teaching his clyent to run through and manage his own business as well in His Majesties superiour courts at Westminster, as in the Mayor's Court, Court of Hustings, and other inferiour courts, both in the citie of London, and elsewhere.; Booth, William.
Practice Of Law England Early Works To 1800 : The country-mans counsellour, or, Every man made his own lawyer. : Plainly shewing the nature, and offices of all courts as Kings bench, common pleas, chancery, exchequer, marshalsey, &c. VVith the just feas for all vvrits & proceedings in each court; allowed and established by act of Parliament. As also how to sue a man to the out-lawry, or to reverse the same: to pass a fine'er recovery, to sue an attorney or clerk, to get an injunctionin chanciry to stop your advercsaries proceedings at law, to sue in forma pauperis, &c. VVith approved presidents, and easie directions for all persons, how to make according to law, bonds, bills, acquittances, general releases, letters of attorney, bills of sale, vvills, &c. work most useful to all persons, the like not extant, and now published for a general good. With allowance / by H. R.; H. R.
Practice Of Law Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The English lavvyer : Describing a method for the managing of the lawes of this land. And expressing the best qualities requisite in the student practizer iudges and fathers of the same. Written by the reverend and learned Sir Iohn Doderidge Knight, one of the iustices of the Kings Bench, lately deceased.; Doddridge, John,