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Context of The faithful councellor, or The marrow of the lavv in English, in two parts : the first, methodically and plainly shewing, how any action may be warrantably laid in the common law, for relief in most causes of wrongs done, in which is handled many of the special and most usefull heads of the law now in practice : the second, by way of appendix, in what cases, and for what injuries relief is to be had in the High Court of Chancery, wherein is set forth very much of the learning touching the jurisdiction and method of proceedings in that court : with an exact alphabetical table of the most material things contained in each chapter : a subject very usefull for all degrees of men, but most delightfull to those that are studious therein
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