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The Pocket Companion : Or, Every Man His Own Lawyer: Containing a Variety of Precedents, Laid Down in So Plain a Manner, That the Farmer, Mechanic, Apprentice or School Boy, Can Draw Any Instrument of Writing Without the Assistance of an Attorney. Prefaced With Twelve Pages of Scrip, Intended as a Copy for Those Persons Who Wish to Improve Their Hand Writing at Leisure Hours at Home Without the Instructions of a Teacher

by a gentleman of the bar
Format
Book
Published
Philadelphia : Printed and published by S. Parmele, 1818.
Language
English
Description
96 p. ; 18 cm.
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    a| The pocket companion : or, Every man his own lawyer : b| containing a variety of precedents, laid down in so plain a manner, that the farmer, mechanic, apprentice or school boy, can draw any instrument of writing without the assistance of an attorney. Prefaced with twelve pages of scrip, intended as a copy for those persons who wish to improve their hand writing at leisure hours at home without the instructions of a teacher / c| by a gentleman of the bar.
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    a| Philadelphia : b| Printed and published by S. Parmele, c| 1818.
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