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NECESSITY OF REQUIRING A SIXTY YEARS TITLE, NOTWITHSTANDING
A COLLECTION OF PRECEDENTS,
A YOUNG MAN MAY GAIN SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE TO ENABLE HIM
ASSISTANCE OF THE PRINCIPAL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
E. SPETTIGUE, 67, CHANCERY LANE.
CHARLES BARTON, JUN., Esq.
BARRISTER AT LAW,
AS A TRIBUTE OF RESPECT TO HIS TALENTS,
A TSTIMONY OF PERSONAL ESTEEM and regard,
BY HIS MOST OBLIGED SERVANT,
IN preparing the following pages, the chief object of the Author has been to give all the information necessary to draw Abstracts of Title in as small
a compass as possible, and therefore, has only given a few precedents, as a further explanation of what is laid down in the commencement of the
work, and as neither time or labour has been spared to make it answer the purposes for which
it was written, he trusts it will meet with as ready a sale as his former production.