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Philadelphia: John S. Littell, 1836.. 1836.. Good. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with gilt-lettered leather labels on the spine. The joints are split & the covers are detached. The spine & extremities are darkened. The leather of the spine & the front edges of the covers is dried out & cracking & there is a piece out of one of the labels, not affecting the titling. vi & 238 pages; xiii, [i] & 132 pages; ix, [i] &132 pages; and [iv] & 24 pages. Poynter's work is illustrated with a folding chart. The pastedowns, endpapers & front & rear blanks are foxed with their edges darkened & there is occasional foxing & staining to the rest of the contents. There are 2 owner's ink names with dates on the front endpaper, one of them a contemporary owner. Good working copy.
The Wigram and Gibbons works are first American editions based on the London editions. The Poynter work is a first American edition based on the second London edition.
A volume in the Law Library series. First Edition.
Title: THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTIONS, Including Extents at the Suit of the Crown. By Peregrine Bingham, A.B. of the Middle Temple, Special Pleader. From the London Edition. POINTS IN THE LAW OF DISCOVERY. By James Wigram, Esq., F.R.S. One of His Majesty's Counsel. From the London Edition. A CONCISE VIEW OF THE DOCTRINE AND PRACTICE OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS IN DOCTORS' COMMONS, On Various Points Relative to the subject of Marriage and Divorce. Second Edition, Revised and Augmented. By Thomas Poynter, Proctor in Doctors' Commons. From the London Edition. A MANUAL OF THE LAW OF FIXTURES. By David Gibbons, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Special Pleader. From the London Edition. (4 books in 1 volume)
Publisher: Philadelphia: John S. Littell, 1836.: 1836.
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 21174
Keywords: LAW; LAW LIBRARY SERIES; PEREGRINE BINGHAM; THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTIONS; JAMES WIGRAM; POINTS IN THE LAW OF DISCOVERY; THOMAS POYNTER; A CONCISE VIEW OF THE DOCTRINE AND PRACTICE OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS IN DOCTORS' COMMONS; M