Randolph, John, 1727 or 1728-1784
Randolph, John, 1727 or 8-1784
Randolph, John, 1727-1784
VIAF ID: 68776407
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1727 or 8-1784
- Instructor clericalis.
- Hornbook of Va. Hist., 1994
- Considerations on the present state of Virginia, 1774
- Letters from General Washington to several of his friends, in June and July, 1776 : in which is set forth an interesting view of American politics, at that all-important period.
- Instructor clericalis. wherein the head of covenant is continued, together with a review either by precedent or reference of all the pleadings extant relating to the same : as also to the title of conditions as they have relation to covenants : viz., I. For making assurances of land : II. For quiet enjoyment, [et]c. : III. By general performance of covenants : IV. Concerning non-payment of rent, [et]c. : V. Covenants concerning repairs : VI. Concerning charter-parties, [et]c. : VII. Concerning apprentices and servants : also, bars and pleadings in debt, in the several particulars thereof : with variety of notes, arguments, and other observations relating to the same
- Instructor clericalis. wherein the bars and pleadings in debt, detinue, quare impedit, replevin, trespass, trover, and waste are continued either by precedents of, or references to all the pleadings extant respecting the same : with variety of notes, arguments, and other observations thereunto relating : in two volumes
- Instructor clericalis. viz., I. In twelve several branches of abatement and judgments thereon : II. In ten general bars to the action : III. Special bars in case, (viz.) slander, assumpsit, disturbance, misfeazance, malefeazance, negligence, trover, deceit, nusance, rescue and escape, with the pleading of uncore prist, or adhuc paratus : IV. Bars in covenant, with averments, protestations, traverses and pleas after the last continuance : and also many special rules concerning the bar, replication, rejoinder, surrejoinder, [et]c. : methodically digested into rule and precedent for the farther instruction of young clerks
- Instructor clericalis. in actions upon the case for slander, misfesance, malefesance, nonfesance, assumpsit, deceit, nusance, [et]c. and on several statutes, both private and popular : together with the nature of the several actions and forms of declarations in covenant, debt, detinue, ejectment, quare impedit, replevin, trespass, trover and waste : the whole methodically digested into rule and precedent : to which is added directions concerning appearances, imparlances, drawing and delivering declarations, with rules for pleading regularly, [et]c.
- Instructor clericalis, compleat in five parts.
- Instructor clericalis : directing clerks both in the Court of Queen's-Bench and Common-Pleas : in the abbreviation and contraction of words (and thereby the speedy reading of precedents) in the filling up and suing out writs of first process, in drawing delcarations, making up issues, ingrossing records, entring judgments, and suing out executions, also pleas and demurrers, &c. : with an addition of special notes and observations in the Court of Common Pleas, alphabetically digested.
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