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Title: Every Man His Own Lawyer: Or the Several Modes of Commencing and Conducting Actions in the Court for the Trial of Small Causes in the State of New-Jersey, Rendered Plain and Easy; with a Variety of Forms for Drawing Statements of Demand. . .
Description: Newark, Aaron Guest. 1841. Full-Leather. 124 pp, 7 1/4" H. Full tan leather with blind stamped border on front and rear boards, maroon leather title label with gilt lettering (Justice's Court) and banding on spine. Title continues: "Together With Numerous References to the State Laws and Decisions of the Supreme Court." Small column of numbers in very old ink and a small pencil notation on front free endpaper, top corner of index pages and rear free endpaper have either a small hole or a piece missing, moderate browning to endpapers, light browning to pages (moderate on pages 61 to 72) and some pages with foxing/light stain marks, waviness to pages, moderate to heavy edge wear to boards, small pieces of leather missing at top of spine and top of front hinge, various stains on leather on boards and spine, moderate rubbing to leather on boards, boards are slightly bowed, 1" split at bottom of front hinge, moderate browning to edges of text block. Fair.

Keywords: Newark, New Jersey, Aaron Guest, 19th Century American Publications, Law, Lawyers, Justice, Trespass, Actions, Arrest, Appeal, Confession, Bonds, Affidavits, Defendants, Forms of State of Demand, Jury Trials, Judgments, Debt, Evidence, Self-Help, Legal Sy

Price: US$ 150.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 30350

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