Six Scarce Titles on Bankruptcy, Heretics, Legal Reform and the Professional Conduct of Lawyers [Barlow, Thomas (1607-1691)]. A Discourse Concerning the Laws, Ecclesiastical and Civil, Made Against Hereticks, By Popes, Emperors and Kings, Provincial and General Councils, Approved by the Church of Rome: Shewing I. What Protestant Subjects May Expect to Suffer Under a Popish Prince Acting According to Those Laws. II. That No Oath or Promise of Such a Prince Can Give Them Any Just Security That He Will not Execute these Laws Upon Them. With a Preface Against Persecuting and Destroying Hereticks. By a Cordial Friend to the Protestant Religion Now by Law Established in These Realms. Now Re-Published, With an Introduction. London: Printed for John Wyat, 1723. xviii, , 128 pp. Octavo (7-1/4" x 4-1/2"). Third edition. English Short-Title Catalogue T31931. [Bound with] An Attorney. Proposals Humbly Offered to the Parliament for Remedying the Great Charge and Delay of Suits at Law and in Equity. The Sixth Edition. London: Printed for James Roberts, 1730. [ii], iv, 42 pp. Octavo (7-1/4" x 5"). Seventh and final edition. ESTC N12389. [And] The Statutes at Large Concerning Bankrupts, Containing a Compleat Collection of All Such Acts of Parliament as in Any Wise Relate to Bankrupts. To Which is Added, A Table by Way of Abstract, Of All the Aforesaid Acts, Digested Under Proper Heads. London: Printed by J. Baskett, 1735. [iv], 143, , 4,  pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 5"). Third edition. ESTC T225267. [And] [Fobton, John]. Friendly Hints to Young Gentlemen, Who Are or Intend to be Bound by Articles to Attorneys or Solicitors. [London?: S.n.], 1754. 15 pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 5"). Second edition? Not in the ESTC, which lists editions from 1751 and 1758. [And] Observations on the Duty of an Attorney and Sollicitor. Submitted to the Publick Consideration, But Addressed More Especially to Young Practisers of the Law. London: Printed for J. Shuckburgh, 1759. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Only edition. ESTC T63402. [And] An Attorney. A Serious Address to All Gentlemen of the Law, Who Are Zealous for Promoting the Honour of Their Profession. London: Printed for the Author, 1760. v, 35,  pp. Octavo.
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