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Attorney at law


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      • found: [Author of Practical instructions on the law of landlords and tenants ..]
      • found: Author's Practical instructions on the law of landlords and tenants ... 1872:t.p. (attorney-at-law)
      • found: [Author of The student's law-dictionary]
      • found: LCCN 51054203: The student's law-dictionary, 1740(usage: an Attorney at law)
      • found: [Entry on Trial of Munroe Colcord]
      • found: Colcord, Munroe. Trial of Munroe Colcord, Elihu Colcord, John A. Webster, John Silloway, Stephen Eaton and Nathan Eaton, for the murder of Dolly Sever ..., 1845:t.p. (Attorney at law)
      • found: [Author of The clerk's English tutor]
      • found: The clerk's English tutor, 1733:t.p. (by an attorney at law)
      • found: [Author of The Rules of Practice Common-plac'd]
      • found: The Rules of Practice Common-plac'd, 1740:t.p. (by an Attorney-at-Law)
      • found: [Author of An Attorney's Practice Common-plac'd]
      • found: An Attorney's Practice Common-plac'd, 1743:t.p. (by an Attorney at Law)
      • found: [Author of The law of arrests in both civil and criminal cases]
      • found: The law of arrests in both civil and criminal cases, 1753:t.p. (by an attorney at law)
      • found: Author of Some Observations on the late Act of Insolvency, passed in the thirty-second year of the reign of King George the Second. with the method of proceeding to discharge a prisoner out of custody]
      • found: Some Observations on the late Act of Insolvency, passed in the thirty-second year of the reign of King George the Second. with the method of proceeding to discharge a prisoner out of custody, 1759:t.p. (by an attorney at law)
      • found: [Author of Astræa: or, a Letter addressed to an Officer of the Court of Exchequer, on the abuses committed in His Majesty's Casual Revenue)
      • found: Astræa: or, a Letter addressed to an Officer of the Court of Exchequer, on the abuses committed in His Majesty's Casual Revenue, 1788:t.p. (by an Attorney at Law)
      • found: {Author of Truth v. Fiction. An answer to a pamphlet, by the Governor of White Cross Street Prison]
      • found: Truth v. Fiction. An answer to a pamphlet, by the Governor of White Cross Street Prison, [1858]:t.p. (by an Attorney-at-Law)
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      • [THIS 1XX FIELD CANNOT BE USED UNDER RDA UNTIL THIS UNDIFFERENTIATED RECORD HAS BEEN HANDLED FOLLOWING THE GUIDELINES IN DCM Z1 008/32]
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      • 2005-08-19: new
      • 2014-12-18: revised
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