Lilly's Conveyancer, London, 1742

Long Title: The practical conveyancer: in two parts. Part I. Containing rules and instructions for drawing all sorts of deeds for the conveying of estates and interests ... Also, particular rules for the exposition of deeds, wills, &c. ... together with the resolutions of the several courts at Westminster, in cases wherein difficulties have arisen touching the words and clauses in deeds, devises, &c. The whole extracted from the reports at large of the said cases, and from the new abridgment of the law, &c. and alphabetically digested under proper heads. Part II. Being the first part reduced into practice, in a choice collection of the most useful precedents ... which in this new edition are properly methodized and referred. (Volume 1 of 1)
Author(s): John Lilly
Published: London, 1742
Publisher: Printed by H. Lintot (assignee of E. Sayer) for T. Osborne [etc.]
Language: English
Notes: 2 v. in 1. 35 cm.; 3d ed.
Subject Classification: Common Law
Format: Folio
Purchase Location: London
In 1825 Jefferson Manuscript Catalogue? Yes, exact edition