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NATURE AND EFFICACY OF THE SEVERAL DEEDS AND
BY CHARLES BARTON,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARISTER at Law.
SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED AND IMPROVED,
Printed for W. CLARKE and Sons, Law.Booksellers,
THE Profession having satisfactorily demonstrated their approbation of these Precedents by the sale of a very large impression, nothing now need be said in recommendation of them.
The present Edition has been carefully revised, and all such errors as appeared in the former have been corrected, and such improvements made as it is hoped will be found useful.
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Michaelmas Term, 1809.
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