The New American Clerk's Magazine, and Complete Practical Conveyancer; Containing the Most Useful and Necessary Precedents in Conveyancing, as Settled and Approved by the Most Eminent Conveyancers; with Observations and References to the Laws, &c.; with a Variety of Other Useful Instruments of Writing: the Whole of Which Are Adapted to the Use of the Citizens of the United States, and More Particularly to Those of the State of Maryland; with Necessary Instruments and Forms of Precedents for the Use of Justices of the Peace, Sheriffs, Coroners and Constables, and of Matters Which Relate to the Duties of Executors and Administrators in the Settlement of the Estates of Deceased Persons; also, of Guardians, &c.; the Whole Selected from the Laws and Draughts of Actual Practice, by a Gentleman of the Bar.
Hagers-town, (MD): Jacob D. Dietrick, 1806. First edition. 12mo. 527, (26), (39) pp. Index; subscribers list. Recorded anonymously in all sources consulted. American Imprints 10952. Cohen 8051. Contemporary calf (chipped at base of spine), leather spine label; early owner's name, bookplate and ink notes on endpapers, but a good solid copy. Item #49799