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Context of Lex testamentaria, or, A compendious system of all the laws of England, as well before the statute of Henry VIII as since, concerning last wills and testaments : in which are collected all the judgments and resolutions dispersed in the Year-Books, and all other reports both in law and equity, what estates in fee, in tail, for life or years, have been created by wills either expressly or by implication : treating also of all cases concerning executory devises and legacies, and of all actions, pleas and judgments, by, for or against executors, administrators and guardians : very necessary for all such who, are or may be, entitled to any estates by vertue of any will or administration, or as guardians to infants | collected in a more plain, easie, and methodical manner, than hitherto hath been in any treatise of this nature by Wm Nelson
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