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Brown, William. Compendious and Accurate Treatise of Fines and Recoveries. Vol. II. Containing a Compleat Collection of Choice Precedents for Fines upon Writs of Covenant, and Common Recoveries upon Writs of Entry in the Post, in all Cases; Whereby Lands may be Settled, 1. In the Crown, to preserve the same in the Name and Blood to the utmost Posterity: Or, 2. The same may be transferred from one Person to another, in Fee-simple, Fee-tail, for Life or Years: Or, 3. Annuities, or Rent charges, may be granted thereby in Fee, in Tail, for Life or Years: And, 4. Any other Estate may be raised thereby, which can be done by Deed of Conveyance at Common Law. To which Precedents are prefixt two Discourses of the Nature and Operation of, and the Use and Practice relating to, Fines and Recoveries, deduced from Experience, and the best Authors both Ancient and Modern upon the Subject. The second edition, very much corrected and amended. By W. Brown, a Clerk of the Court of Common-Pleas.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26057, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26057. Accessed 2024-06-21.

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  author={Brown,William},
  year={1719},
  title={Compendious and Accurate Treatise of Fines and Recoveries. Vol. II. Containing a Compleat Collection of Choice Precedents for Fines upon Writs of Covenant, and Common Recoveries upon Writs of Entry in the Post, in all Cases; Whereby Lands may be Settled, 1. In the Crown, to preserve the same in the Name and Blood to the utmost Posterity: Or, 2. The same may be transferred from one Person to another, in Fee-simple, Fee-tail, for Life or Years: Or, 3. Annuities, or Rent charges, may be granted thereby in Fee, in Tail, for Life or Years: And, 4. Any other Estate may be raised thereby, which can be done by Deed of Conveyance at Common Law. To which Precedents are prefixt two Discourses of the Nature and Operation of, and the Use and Practice relating to, Fines and Recoveries, deduced from Experience, and the best Authors both Ancient and Modern upon the Subject. The second edition, very much corrected and amended. By W. Brown, a Clerk of the Court of Common-Pleas.},
  publisher={Abel Roper II \& Daniel Midwinter I \& Thomas Ward},
  address={London},    }

Suggestions and Comments for Compendious and Accurate Treatise of Fines and Recoveries. Vol. II. Containing a Compleat Collection of Choice Precedents for Fines upon Writs of Covenant, and Common Recoveries upon Writs of Entry in the Post, in all Cases; Whereby Lands may be Settled, 1. In the Crown, to preserve the same in the Name and Blood to the utmost Posterity: Or, 2. The same may be transferred from one Person to another, in Fee-simple, Fee-tail, for Life or Years: Or, 3. Annuities, or Rent charges, may be granted thereby in Fee, in Tail, for Life or Years: And, 4. Any other Estate may be raised thereby, which can be done by Deed of Conveyance at Common Law. To which Precedents are prefixt two Discourses of the Nature and Operation of, and the Use and Practice relating to, Fines and Recoveries, deduced from Experience, and the best Authors both Ancient and Modern upon the Subject. The second edition, very much corrected and amended. By W. Brown, a Clerk of the Court of Common-Pleas.
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