APA Citation

Robert Gardiner. (1715). Instructor clericalis: the second part: Being a collection of choice and usual precedents for declarations in the King's-Bench and Common-Pleas: in actions upon case, upon several statutes, convenant, debt, detinue, ejectment, quare impedit. Replevin, trespass, trover and waste; methodically digested into rule and precedent: for the futher instruction of young clerks. The fourth edition, with large additions. Also the judges late order for regulating attorneys and clerks of the several courts. By the Author of The first part. [London]: In the Savoy: printed by J. Autt, assignee of Edward Sayer Esq; for J. ... at the Hand and Star within Temple-Bar.

Chicago Style Citation

Robert Gardiner. Instructor Clericalis: The Second Part: Being a Collection of Choice and Usual Precedents for Declarations in the King's-Bench and Common-Pleas: In Actions Upon Case, Upon Several Statutes, Convenant, Debt, Detinue, Ejectment, Quare Impedit. Replevin, Trespass, Trover and Waste; Methodically Digested Into Rule and Precedent: For the Futher Instruction of Young Clerks. The Fourth Edition, With Large Additions. Also the Judges Late Order for Regulating Attorneys and Clerks of the Several Courts. By the Author of The First Part. [London]: In the Savoy: printed by J. Autt, assignee of Edward Sayer Esq; for J. ... at the Hand and Star within Temple-Bar, 1715.

MLA Citation

Robert Gardiner. Instructor Clericalis: The Second Part: Being a Collection of Choice and Usual Precedents for Declarations in the King's-Bench and Common-Pleas: In Actions Upon Case, Upon Several Statutes, Convenant, Debt, Detinue, Ejectment, Quare Impedit. Replevin, Trespass, Trover and Waste; Methodically Digested Into Rule and Precedent: For the Futher Instruction of Young Clerks. The Fourth Edition, With Large Additions. Also the Judges Late Order for Regulating Attorneys and Clerks of the Several Courts. By the Author of The First Part. [London]: In the Savoy: printed by J. Autt, assignee of Edward Sayer Esq; for J. ... at the Hand and Star within Temple-Bar, 1715.

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