The practical register: or, A general abridgement of the law, relating to the practice of the several courts of Chancery, King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer: digested by way of common-place, under alphabetical heads, with great variety of cases extracted from the reports and statutes; together with all the rules of the said courts. By John Lilly.
|Main Author:||Lilly, John, active 18th century.|
[London] In the Savoy, Printed by H. Lintot, and sold by J. Schuckburgh, 1745.
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Equity pleading and procedure > Great Britain.
Criminal procedure > Great Britain.
Civil procedure > Great Britain.
Court rules > Great Britain.
Two issues of the 2d ed. appeared in 1745, of which this is the later. Paging of this issue: v. 1, 2 p. £., 882 (i.e. 872), , 56 p.; v. 2, 1 p. £., 880, , 58,  p.
Lettered on back of cover: Practical register.
"Some books lately printed for Messieurs Ward and Wicksteed in the Inner-Temple lane":  p. at end of v. 2.
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