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Context of Methodus novissima intrandi placita generalia, or, A new, compleat and exact method (according to the several alterations that have been made by the late rules of court, or otherwise) of drawing and entring declarations, pleas, issues, continuances, verdicts, judgments, process ministerial and judicial, cognizance of plea, privilege of Parliament pleaded, as well by the clergy of the convocation, as by the members of the House of Commons, proceedings upon writs of error, and divers other matters relating to pleas and pleading in the Courts of Kings Bench, Common-Pleas, and Exchequer : with a copious table, to which is added a compleat analysis of the science of true and correct pleading, with explanations of every particular branch thereof
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