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Context of Wells' every man his own lawyer and business form book : a complete guide in all matters of law, and business negotiations, for every state in the Union : with legal forms for drawing the necessary papers, and full instructions for proceeding, without legal assistance, in suits and business transactions of every description; also the general bankrupt law, patent laws, with full instructions to inventors, pension laws, with forms and instructions to enable the discharged soldier or sailor to procure back pay, pensions, bounties, and all war claims, the different state laws concerning property exempt from execution, collection of debts, mechanics' liens, contracts, limitations of actions, usury, qualifications of voters, licenses to sell goods, etc.; also, the excise laws, stamp duties, post office and custom house regulations, the whole action of the government relative to Reconstruction and the freedmen, Constitution of the United States, with amendments, state seals, with descriptions, etc
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