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The Office and Duty of Executors: Or, a Treatise Directing Testators, to Form, and Executors to Perform Their Wills and Testaments According to Law

Originally compiled by that judicious and approved author, Thomas Wentworth. And now enlarged with a supplement, containing divers, matters and things omitted or not comprized in former impressions, relating to wills, executors, administrators, devises, legacies, &c. Collected from the common and statute laws, methodically digested, rendring the...
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Book
Published
London : Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins for John Place and Rich. Hare, 1703.
Language
English
Description
[30], 262, 221, [46] p. ; 20 cm.
Notes
First published anonymously in 1641. The authorship has been ascribed to Sir John Doddridge. cf. Dict. nat. biog.: Clarke, J., Bibliotheca legum.
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