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Context of The cabinet lawyer : a popular digest of the laws of England : especially those relative to clergymen and parish officers, masters, workmen, & apprentices, lawyers and attorneys, husband and wife, cutlers, hawkers, and appraisers, landlords, tenants, and lodgers, pawnbrokers and auctioneers, innkeepers and carriers, dissenters and Roman Catholics, sportsmen and sale of game, Army and Navy, millers, bakers, and brewers, physicians, surgeons, apothecaries, publicans, coachmen, and guards, authors, publishers, and patentees, bankruptcy and insolvency, jurors and witnesses, unlawful societies and sedition, libel, seduction, and adultery, contracts, sales, and promises, deeds and bills of exchange, wills, testaments, and legacies, friendly societies & saving banks, mortgages and liens, principal and agent, trustees and guardians, partners and corporations, joint-stock companies, laws of insurance, legal process, debt, arrest, &c. : with the criminal law of England; also, a dictionary of law terms, maxims, acts of Parliament and judicial antiquities; correct tables of assessed taxes, stamp duties, excise licenses, stage-coach and post-horse duties, post-office regulations, rates of portage and hackney-coaches, turnpike laws, corn laws. and prison regulations
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