Authors

Howell Cobb

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From the front matter:

I have examined your Compilation of Legal Forms, with as much attention as one perusal would allow. The forms and precedents are well selected, and such as are of most frequent use in business transactions, and a portion of them such as, I believe, cannot be found in any other compilation. Such portions of the work as must depend, for their correctness, upon the care of - the publisher, I have not thought it necessary to examine, as they are., already before .the public, but in detached and separate books, and embraced in your work for the greater convenience of reference. I am of opinion, sir, that your compilation will be found a safe and convenient help to the man of business, and occasionally, even to the members of the legal profession.

  • ANGUS. M. D. KING.

Forsyth, August, 1841.

I have also examined the compilation of Legal forms, by Col. Howell Cobb, and concur in the above opinion of the work, as given by Judge King.

  • Z. E. HARMAN.

Publication Date

1842

Publisher

The Enquirer Office

City

Columbus

Keywords

historical treatises, historical, procedure, rules of court

Disciplines

Legal Education | Legal History | State and Local Government Law

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This title was digitized in 2021 thanks to a project grant from the Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA) along with 8 other historical treatises. Titles were made freely available and accessible in 2022.

A compilation of legal forms in use in the state of Georgia, the rules of practice, and state papers

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