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Context of Every man his own lawyer, or, a summary of the laws now in force in Ireland : in a new and instructive method, under the following heads, viz. I. Of actions and remedies. II. Of courts, attornies, and solicitors ; grand and petty juries ; witnesses, trials, judgments, executions, &c. III. Of eslates and property in lands and goods, and how acquired ; ancestors, heirs, executors, and adrninistrators. IV. Of the laws relating to marriage, bastardy, infants, ideots, and lunaticks. V. Of the liberty of the subject, and therein of the popery acts. VI. Of the king and his prerogative, the queen, prince, peers, judges, sheriffs, coroners, justices of peace, constables, &c. VII. Of church-wardens, overseers of the highways, and hearthmoney collectors. VIII. Of publick offences, treason, murder, felony, burglary, robbery, rape, sodomy, forgery, perjury, &c. : whereby country gentlemen, merchants, tradesmen and others, may be particularly acquainted with our laws and statutes, concerning civil and criminal affairs, and know how to defend themselves, their estates and fortunes ; in all cases whatsfoever
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