Context

Context of Liber placitandi : a book of special pleadings : containing precedents of pleas in abatement, declarations, barrs, replications, rejoynders, demurrers, issues, and judgments, in the now most common and ordinary actions, viz. actions upon the case, actions upon statutes, account, covenant, debt, prohibitions, replevin, scire facias, and trespass : also, the forms of entries in writs of error, utlaries, general issues, and judgments, intended for the benefit of the students of the common law, and for the use of practising clerks and attorneys : together with a table
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