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A VIEW TO ITS APPLICATION TO PRACTICE :
A SERIES OF PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS,
WRITTEN IN A PLAIN FAMILIAR STYLE,
WHICH HAVE FOR THEIR OBJECT TO ASSIST IN PREPARING
AND IN JUDGING OP TAR OPERATION OF
BI DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN
THE FORMAL AND ESSENTIAL PARTS OF THOSE DEEDS, &c.
IN GENERAL USE.
A COURSE OF LECTURES.
WITH AN APPENDIX OF SELECT AND APPROPRIATE
BY RICHARD PRESTON,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, ESQ.
AUTHOR OF THE ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON THE QUANTITY OF ESTATES, &c. &c.
Portugal Street, Lincoln's-Ida.
LANCELOT SHADWELL, Esq.
THE great experience you have had, and the eminence you have deservedly attained, in the conveyancing department of the profession, have made me anxious to place this volume of a work, so intimately connected with the subject of our pursuits, under your protection.
It was intended that the subjects which will be included in the third volume, should have possessed this advantage.
They had a better claim to this protection, from the circumstance of your having honoured them by a perusal, and kindly suggested some corrections ; of which I readily availed myself.