American precedents of declarations collected chiefly from manuscripts of Chief Justice Parsons and other accomplished pleaders in the state of Massachusetts, digested and arranged under distinct titles and divisions, and adapted to the most modern practice. With a prefixed digest of rules and cases concerning declarations. To which are added the most accurate and approved English precedents of declarations, with extensive explanatory notes; and also an elementary treatise on pleading, together with the most accurate forms of pleas, ... demurrers, &c., with explanatory notes, selected from Chitty"s treatise on pleading, and other approved books of entries.

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Other titlesAmerican precedents of declarations (Online)
StatementBy John Anthon.
ContributionsAnthon, John, 1784-1863.
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Paginationviii, [vii]-xxxiv, [31]-570 p.
Number of Pages570
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Open LibraryOL14518080M

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