Very Good. Book A nineteenth-century work on conveyancing from Richard Preston. Volume three has the title, A treatise on conveyancing, &c....containing an essay on the quantity and quality of estates, with more immediate reference to the law of merger. Richard Preston (17681850) was an English legal author and politician. With an appendix of select and appropriate precedents. Volumes II and III of a three-volume set only. Condition: Rebound in cloth. Extenrally, smart. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with several instances of foxing throughout. Bookseller's label to front pastedowns. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.
A Treatise on Conveyancing V1: With a View to Its Application to Practice, Being a Series of Practical Observations (1819)
by Richard Preston
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