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Lilly, John. Reports and pleadings of cases in assise, for offices, nusances, lands and tenements; shewing the manner of proceeding in assises of novel disseisin, from the Original to the Judgment and Execution; as well where the Demandant and Tenant appear, as where either of them makes Default: Nothing of this Kind being ever before published. With Observations on every Case, very necessary for all Clerks of Assise, Attorneys, &c. To which are added writs of assise, By John Lilly Gent. Author of the Practical Conveyancer. To which is added, a prefatory discourse, shewing the nature of this action, and reasons for putting it in practice.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26084, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26084. Accessed 2024-07-22.

@book{ wphp_26084
  author={Lilly,John},
  year={1719},
  title={Reports and pleadings of cases in assise, for offices, nusances, lands and tenements; shewing the manner of proceeding in assises of novel disseisin, from the Original to the Judgment and Execution; as well where the Demandant and Tenant appear, as where either of them makes Default: Nothing of this Kind being ever before published. With Observations on every Case, very necessary for all Clerks of Assise, Attorneys, &c. To which are added writs of assise, By John Lilly Gent. Author of the Practical Conveyancer. To which is added, a prefatory discourse, shewing the nature of this action, and reasons for putting it in practice.},
  publisher={John Hooke \& Thomas Woodward},
  address={London},    }

Suggestions and Comments for Reports and pleadings of cases in assise, for offices, nusances, lands and tenements; shewing the manner of proceeding in assises of novel disseisin, from the Original to the Judgment and Execution; as well where the Demandant and Tenant appear, as where either of them makes Default: Nothing of this Kind being ever before published. With Observations on every Case, very necessary for all Clerks of Assise, Attorneys, &c. To which are added writs of assise, By John Lilly Gent. Author of the Practical Conveyancer. To which is added, a prefatory discourse, shewing the nature of this action, and reasons for putting it in practice.
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