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The farmer"s lawyer; or every country gentleman his own counsellor
by printed by W. Strahan, and M. Woodfall. And sold by G. Kearsly, F. Newbury [sic], and W. Flexney in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 9784, no. 02.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
Farmer’s Law, Latin Leges Rusticae, Byzantine legal code drawn up in the 8th century ad, probably during the reign of Emperor Leo III the Isaurian (–), which focused largely on matters concerning the peasantry and the villages in which they lived. It protected the farmer’s property and established penalties for misdemeanors committed by the villagers. A Country Attorney and His Clients, Pub. by Bowles and Carver, Giclee Print by Robert Dighton. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at % satisfaction guaranteed.
By this time the judge was fairly interested in Farmer Dave’s story and said to the lawyer, “I’d like to hear what he has to say.” Dave thanked the Judge and proceeded, “Well, as I was saying, I had just loaded Janet into the trailer and was driving her down the highway when this huge semi-truck and trailer ran the stop sign and. lawyer's anxiety about his case, supposing him to have been some time in practice, will seldom disturb his rest or digestion. Clients will, however, sometimes fondly entertain a different opinion. I was told by an excellent judge, now no more, of a country gentleman, who, addressing his leading counsel, my10/
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The farmer's lawyer, or, Every country gentleman his own counsellor: containing all the laws now in force, that particularly concern the farmer, the country gentleman, the clergyman, the malster, the hop-planter, the carrier, or any other person whose business, or amusements occasion him to reside chiefly in the country together with all the acts of Parliament, and.
Every farmer his own lawyer: or the country gentleman's complete guide. Containing all the acts of Parliament now in force, Together with The Adjudged Cases, that particularly concern those who reside principally in the country ; Such as Farmers, Graziers, Carriers, Hop-Planters, Inn-Keepers, Maltsters, the Clergy, and other Country Gentlemen.
Every farmer his own lawyer: or the country gentleman's complete guide. Containing all the acts of Parliament now in force that particularly concern those who reside principally in the country ; By W.
Scott, of the Middle Temple. Scarce first edition of an anonymously compiled legal vade medcum for farmers and country gentlemen, with particular attention given to Game laws, tithes, highways and turnpike roads, fishing, fish ponds and rivers, the manufacture of and duty on malt, and laws relating to the manufacture and retail of cyder, mum, perry, and hops.
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Beau also charges his servant to attack Fanny, because he's just that vile. Joseph Andrews is in a similar vein. The Farmer's Lawyer; or, Every Country Gentleman his own Counsellor.
Containing all the laws now in force, that particularly concern the Farmer, the Country Gentleman, the Clergyman, the Malster, the Hop-Planter, the Carrier, or any other Person whose Business, or Amusements occasion him to reside chiefly in the Country by A Gentleman of Lincoln's Inn.
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