The office of sheriff shewing its history and antiquity The manner of appointing the high sheriff, his under sheriff, and other deputies; together with their respective powers and duties:-particularly with regard to the county-court, sessions, circuit, arrests on mesae process, bail, juries, executions, escapes, rescues and replevins. To which are added, the mode of electing coroners, and returning members of Parliament: with many useful precedents, of returns to writs, and proceedings in the County-Court, &c. Calculated not only for the benefit of sheriffs, their under sheriffs and deputies, but also for the use of the profession in general. By John Impey, of the Inner-Temple, author of the new instructor clericalis, in the Court of King's Bench and Common Pleas.
Printed by Peter Hoey, at the Mercury, (No 1) in Skinner-Row,
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