The 4th ed., with very considerable additions.
iv, 124 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Making of Modern Law legal treatises.
"Including a great variety of forms of wills and codicils, adapted to the circumstances of persons of all ranks and situations who would wish to will or bequeath their property legally and securely, and prevent vexatious law-suits among their surviving relatives and friends. Including the modern decisions and acts of Parliament on these subjects, to which is added a clear and distinct account of the law's disposal of the estates of those who die intestate or without a will. Calculated for the use of the public in general as well as the professors of the law, with ample instructions for obtaining probates of wills and letters of administration." Includes index. Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.