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ADAPTING THEM TO DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES OF TITLE:
COPIOUS EXPLANATORY AND PRACTICAL
ON THE NATURE AND USE OF THE PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THEM.
WITH GREAT ADDITIONS,
DIRECTIONS FOR THE SOLICITOR IN ALL MATTERS CONNECTED
BY CHARLES BARTON,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, ESQ. BARRISTER AT LAW, AUTHOR OF THE ELEMENTS
falidiora sunt exempla quam verba, et plenius opere docetur qudm voce.
PRINTED FOR CHARLES HUNTER, LAW BOOKSELLER,
TO THE THIRD EDITION.
The object and plan of this work having been fully explained in the preface to the former editions (which is here subjoined), all that can now be expected of the author is to say how this edition diners from those.
The former editions were designed chiefly for the use of Students in conveyancing; whilst this has been adapted more especially to the use of Solicitors. Hence (amongst other additions) Practical Observations, under the title of Directions To The Solicitor, are now for the first time introduced, for the purpose of instructing the Young Prac