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Context of The Compleat clerk in court : or, Practising solicitor, in all our courts, containing, I. The chancery clerk and solicitor, with instructions for dispatch of all business in the High Court of Chancery. II. The exchequer clerk, setting forth the solicitor's practice by English bill and answer, and in the Office of Pleas, in the Exchequer. III. The king's bench clerk and solicitor, giving directions for issuing out writs, and management of all law-proceedings, in the King's Bench Court. IV. The common pleas clerk, illustrating the whole business of the Common Pleas, by original writ, capias, &c. : to which are added, the methods of bringing appeals, and soliciting bills in Parliament, and of Irish bills : also the proceedings of the Lord Mayor's and Sheriffs Courts of London, the Marshalsea Court, county courts, &c., all according to the modern practice : with an account of the stamp-duties, and exact tables of fees of all the courts
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