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PRACTICE AND ORIGIN
Writ of Justicies,
EVERY COUNTY IN ENGLAND AND WALES;
SHEWING THE EASY METHOD AT WHICH
DEBTS (ABOVE 40s.) notes of hand, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, TRESPASS, ASSAULT, DAMAGE, OR THE LIKE, MAY BE RECOVERED BY THE SHERIFF IN FULL COUNTY COURT.
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
THE FORM OF THE BILL OF COSTS,
AS TAXED IN THE LATE CASE OF
BONUS v. CARTER,
Tried before the Sheriff at Hertford, in September last;
AS ALSO THE PRACTICE OF THE SAME COURT,
IN REPLEVIN, DAMAGE-FEASANT, WRIT OF FALSE JUDGMENT, &c. ACCOMPANIED WITH USEFUL AND APPROPRIATE FORMS.
By J. B.
OF INNER TEMPLE LANE.
PUBLISHED BY C. G. CABBAN, LAW BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 33, CAREY STREET, LINCOLN'S INN, AND TO BE HAD OF EVERY BOOKSELLER
AND STATIONER IN TOWN AND COUNTRY.
RICHARD LONGMORE, Esq
COUNTY OF HERTFORD.
SIR,-The recent Trial of BONUS v. CARTER, brought down by Writ of Justicies, at the Sheriff's Court at Hertford, and tried before you in September last, has given rise to numerous speculations respecting the nature and origin of this Writ; and the novelty occasioned thereby may be easily accounted for, inasmuch as it is, I believe, the