Wentworth's Office of Executions, Wilson, London, 1774

Long Title: The office and duty of executors : or, a treatise directing testators to form, and executors to perform their wills and testaments according to law. What a Man may give or dispose of by his Will; of Revocations and new Publications of Wills. Of the State of Things upon the Testators Death; what may be done by an Executor, &c. Of proving Wills, and of the Fees payable for the Probates. What Things shall come to Executors by or after the Testators Death. Cases between Heir and Executor; and of Suits by or against them; and of the Method of Payment of the Testator's Debts. Of Devastavit or Wasting; and of an executor in his own wrong. Of married Women and Infant Executors; of Legacies; of Executors of Executors; of Administrators. Originally compiled by that Approved and Judicious Author Thomas Wentworth of Lincoln's Inn, Esq; To which is added, the supplement of H. Curson, Gent. many Hundred References, by a Barrister of Grey's Inn; and since revised and brought down to the present Time, (Volume 1 of 1)
Author(s): Thomas Wentworth, George Wilson
Published: London, 1774
Subject Classification: Law - Ecclesiastical
Format: 8
Purchase Location: London
In 1825 Jefferson Manuscript Catalogue? Yes, but different edition