Binns's Justice, or Magistrate's Daily Companion: A Treatise on the Office and Duties of Aldermen and Justices of the Peace, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania . . . by John Binns; The Fifth Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Greatly Enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly. John Binns.
Binns's Justice, or Magistrate's Daily Companion: A Treatise on the Office and Duties of Aldermen and Justices of the Peace, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania . . . by John Binns; The Fifth Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Greatly Enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly

Binns's Justice, or Magistrate's Daily Companion: A Treatise on the Office and Duties of Aldermen and Justices of the Peace, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania . . . by John Binns; The Fifth Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Greatly Enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly

Philadelphia: James Kay, Jun., & Brother, 1854. Hardcover. "Including All the Required Forms of Process and Docket-Entries, and Embodying not Only Whatever May be Deemed Valuable to Justices of the Peace, But to Landlords, Tenants, and General Agents; and Making this Volume, What it Purports to be, A Safe Legal Guide for Business Men." 720, 36 p.; 25 cm. Contemporary full calf with five spine compartments between raised bands. Lacking original labels from second and fourth compartments. Catalogue of the National Pennsylvania Law Publications of Kay & Brother, Law Booksellers and Publishers, 1853 on 36 p. following text. John Binns (1772-1860) was born in Ireland and by 1807 had arrived in Philadelphia, where he was a journalist and served as an alderman of the city from 1822 to 1844. In Very Good- Condition: lacking spine labels; leather is rubbed; front joint just starting at each end; foxing; table of contents is partially detached; otherwise clean and solid. A scarce edition of this 19th-century American legal work. Very Good -. Item #005577

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