The Honest Man's Companion

The Honest Man's Companion

Or, the Family's Safeguard. Illustrated With Copper Plates, and Done at the Request of Several Gentlemen and Others, Occasion'd by An Attorney's Defying Any Person to Paint Him or His Brotherhood in Their Proper Colours, or to Propose Any Method to Regulate Them, or Their Practice. As Also Remarks Upon Roman-Catholick Lawyers Practising as Chamber-counsel and Conveyancers, and the Danger and Consequences Attending It; With the Author's Own Case. Likewise Some Hints Relating to the Clergy, Pleading Lawyers, Work-Houses, Our Plantations, Prisons, Prisoners, Pawnbrokers, Bailiffs, and Felons; Together With the Dying Speech of Wreathocke the Attorney

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Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : printed for the author, and sold by Martin Bryson, Bookseller in Newcastle, 1736
Characteristics: [12],72p.,plates ; 8⁰

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