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Unknown. The law-Latin dictionary: being an alphabetical collection of such law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; being an alphabetical collection of such law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; whereby entering clerks and others, may be furnished with fit and proper words in a common law sense, for any thing they have occasion to make use of, in drawing declarations, or any parts of pleading : also, a more compendious and accurate exposition of the terms of the common law (interspersed throughout) than any hitherto extant; containing many important words of art used in law-books. The second edition, corrected and enlarg’d.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26038, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26038. Accessed 2024-05-22.

@book{ wphp_26038
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1718},
  title={The law-Latin dictionary: being an alphabetical collection of such law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; being an alphabetical collection of such law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; whereby entering clerks and others, may be furnished with fit and proper words in a common law sense, for any thing they have occasion to make use of, in drawing declarations, or any parts of pleading : also, a more compendious and accurate exposition of the terms of the common law (interspersed throughout) than any hitherto extant; containing many important words of art used in law-books. The second edition, corrected and enlarg’d.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne I \& John Walthoe I \& Benjamin Tooke II \& Thomas Bickerton \& Fletcher Gyles [Giles] \& John Hooke \& Francis Clay},
  address={London},    }

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