1803.046: The New American Clerk's Magazine.
Full Title: The New American clerk's magazine: and young conveyancer's pocket companion: containing all the necessary forms of articles of agreement, bonds, bills, recognisances, leases and releases, letters or powers of attorney, awards, bills of sale, gifts, grants, assignments, mortgages, surrenders, jointures, covenants, copartnerships, letters of license, &c. with necessary directions for making distresses for rent, &c. as the law between landlord and tenant now stands. The whole made conformable to the laws of the United States, and adapted more particularly to the state of Virginia. By a gentleman of the bar.
Author: A Gentleman of the Bar.
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Samuel Snowden, for Robert & John Gray
Description: 296 pgs.; 18 cm. (12mo).
The last gathering of this item was issued separately (1803.047) under title of "Catalogue of law books, for sale, by R. and J. Gray" that makes up the first two pages of that segment. That gathering also reports "Books printed for, and sold by R. & J. Gray, booksellers and stationers, King-Street, Alexandria." The list shows that this title was the sixth in a series of Alexandria-produced works contracted from the three leading press offices there (Samuel Snowden, John Westcott Sr., and Peter Cottom & John A. Stewart) by the bookselling firm of Robert & John Gray; the preceding works were The Vocal Medley (1801.026); St. Leon: A Tale of the Sixteenth Century (1802.044); The Story of Tom Snell (1803.042); New Introduction to Reading (1803.044); and The Benevolent Jew (1803.045). The brothers Robert & John Gray conducted a successful bookstore in Alexandria from 1800 to 1808, when John retired from the business; Robert continued alone until 1814.
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