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The young clerks remembrancer in court hand: Wherein is shewed the names of men and women, days of ye month, date of the year, names of the shires and countyes in Great Britain, the principal cities titles of honour trades and summes of money in Latin and English. Also abbreviations bond judgment and a writ. /[by] Wm. Greenwell.
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Scope/Content: Manuscript. Scope/Content: Manuscript volume dating from 1728, compiled to serve as a reference for those working with old documents written in court hands. Written by William Greenwell and apparently never published, the book contains tables showing common names, days of the week, names of counties and towns and other frequently found subjects in both modern script and in court hand. Condition: Bound in modern half calf.
[iv], 50,  p., bound ;20 cm.
Paleography--England--Early works to 1800.
Thomas Rude Esquire inscribed on p. [iv].|Latin note to the reader following p. 50, signed by "Wm Greenwell" with addenda signed by "J. Treadshaw, Nov. 20. 1734": "This is a Book of great consequence he who wrote the same was a Lord and Barrister at Law."