Tutor clericalis instructus : or, the clerk's tutor improv'd. In two parts. The First being an Introduction for the Understanding of Grammatical Rules, with Examples of Law-Latin-Words, for the benefit of such Young Clerks, as have either been remiss in their School Learning, or otherwise, have forgotten the Rudiments of Grammar. The other Instructing them in the Drawing of all manner of Recognizances, Statutes Merchant, Statutes Staple, Bonds, Bills, Defeasances, Bargains and Sales, Leases, and Releases, Mortgages, Letters of Attorney, Warrants to Confess Judgments, and other Instruments and Precedents necessary to be known by a Young Clerk. Likewise Directions for the meanest Capacity, how to make a Bond regularly and Clerk-Like, without any other Instructions than they find herein contained. By Will. Brown, Gent. Author of Formula bene placitandi

Main Author: Brown, William
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for R. Basset at the Mitre in Fleetstreet 1701, 1701
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T174811. - Pages 165, 166 misnumberd 139, 146. - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford). - With 3 final contents leaves
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([4],146[i.e.166],[6]p) 8°