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ALL USUAL AGREEMENTS, BONDS,
ANALYTICALLY AND SYNTHETICALLY ARRANGED.
BY JAMES STEWART,
OF LINCOLN'S INN, ESQ., BARRISTER AT LAW.
Brevis erit narratio ante omnia, si inde caperimus rem exponere unde ad judicem pertinet ;
tum etiam reciderimus omnia quibus sublatis nec cognitioni quidquam nec utilitat
Quinctil. Instit. Orat. Lib. IV. 6.
43, FLEET STREET.
A second volume of this work is now offered to the Profession.
It was always intended, if the first part of the Work should be favourably received, to furnish Forms for AGREEMENTS, Bonds, and Wills, on the same plan; and since the publication of the first volume, the materials of the ensuing pages have, therefore, been gradually collecting. I have been induced to hasten the appearance of this volume, partly by the kind reception of the first, but chiefly from finding that its plan, and many of the Forms, had been, in more than one instance, freely adopted by others without acknowledgment. I have endeavoured, therefore, at some inconvenience to myself, rather to complete my original design, than see it carried through by others.
The two volumes now published, embrace all the precedents which come within the plan of the Work ; and it will readily be seen, therefore, that it does not pretend to interfere with the extensive Collections of Precedents which are popular in the Profession. I may be allowed to express a hope, at some future time, to be