Bridgman's Law of Charitable uses, London, 1805

Long Title: The law of charitable uses : as laid down and digested by George Duke, Esq., in 1676, together with the learned readings of Sir Francis Moore, printed from his own manuscript. To which is now added, the law of mortmain, as established by the statute of 9 George II. c. 36; the whole continued to the present time. Enlightened by an abridgment of all the adjudged cases, particularly adapted to the use of every professor of the law, as well as all bishops, cathedrals, colleges, parishes, and all corporations, ecclesiastical as well as civil; and all eleemosynary foundations (Volume 1 of 1)
Author(s): Richard Walley Bridgman, George Duke, Francis Moore
Published: London, 1805
Publisher: W. Clarke and Sons
Language: English
Notes: Dated 1803 in 1828 Catalogue
Subject Classification: Chancery
Format: 8
Purchase Location: London
In 1825 Jefferson Manuscript Catalogue? Yes, exact edition