The Pocket Lawyer, or Self-Conveyancer: Containing All the Most Useful Forms, Rendered so plain, that every Man can draw any Instrument of Writing, without the assistance of an Attorney. Gustav Sigismund Peters.
The Pocket Lawyer, or Self-Conveyancer: Containing All the Most Useful Forms, Rendered so plain, that every Man can draw any Instrument of Writing, without the assistance of an Attorney
The Pocket Lawyer, or Self-Conveyancer: Containing All the Most Useful Forms, Rendered so plain, that every Man can draw any Instrument of Writing, without the assistance of an Attorney

The Pocket Lawyer, or Self-Conveyancer: Containing All the Most Useful Forms, Rendered so plain, that every Man can draw any Instrument of Writing, without the assistance of an Attorney

Harrisburg, Pa. G.S. Peters, 1833. Hardcover. Fifth edition. 107 p.; 14 cm. Contemporary calf spine with marbled paper over boards. Each page printed within decorative border. Other than title page and index, all text runs lengthwise. Contains forms for real estate, estate, and other financial transactions, as well as petitions, with sample text and a few with explanatory notes. Former owner's name on front free endpaper; note dated 1840 and related to Mitchel & Co. on back blank leaf preceding endpapers. In Good Condition: cover is heavily rubbed, with loss of leather at ends of spine; title page is stained; scattered soiling and foxing throughout. Good. Item #003827

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