Title: 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
Author: Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690.
Publication info: London : Printed by John Streater, Henry Twyford, and E. Flesher, assigns of Richard Atkins and Edward Atkins, Esquires, 1672.
subjects: [Law -- England] [Law -- Interpretation and construction] [Law clerks -- England]
Title: Directions to young clerks in the court of Kings Bench: for making the process of the said court retornable, both at days certain and ubicunque; with other directions in order thereunto. By John Warter, Sen. gent. Deceased.
Author: Warter, John.
Publication info: London : printed for and sold by William Warter stationer, at the sign of the Talbot over against the east end of St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, where you may be furnished with all sorts of blank bonds, blank writs, blank warrants for justices, licenses for alehouses, blank indentures for apprentices, blank indentures to put out parish children by the Justices of the Peace, blank Declarations in Ejectment in the King's Bench or Common Pleas, blank rules in ejectment in the King's Bench, blank bayl bonds for appearance, blank tickets for subpena's for London, Westminster, or the Assizes, or for any other court, blank warrants of attorney to confess judgment, or to acknowledge satisfaction on record..., 1680.
subjects: [Law clerks -- England] [Broadsides]