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G. T., of Staple Inne. The practick part of the law : shewing the office of an attorney in the courts of Kings-Bench, Common-Pleas, and pleas in the Exchequer, and the manner of their proceedings in any action reall, personall, or mixt (from the originall to the execution) in all courts : with the exact fees of all officers and ministers of the courts, together with special instructions for the sollicitation of any cause in Chancery, Exchequer-chamber, Dutchy-chamber, &c., very usefull for all men

The practick part of the law : shewing the office of a compleat attorney in the full prosecution of any action, whether reall, personall, or mixt; (from the very originall to the execution) in all courts: with the exact fees of all officers and ministers of the courts. Together with speciall instructions for the solicitation of any cause in Chancery, or elsewhere, relating to the present government; being usefull for all men