The Clerk's magazine: containing the most useful and necessary forms of writings, which commonly occur between man and man, under the names of acquittances, agreements ... and other instruments. Calculated for the use of the citizens of the United States. : To which are added, the Constitution of the United States, and amendments thereto; the Constitution of the state of New-York; an act of Congress prescribing the mode in which the public acts, records and judicial proceedings in each state shall be authenticated, so as to take effect in every other state; An act respecting the electors of a president of the United States; the money of account of the state of New-York; together with a schedule of the whole number of inhabitants in the United States, and in the several counties of this state.
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Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, and sold at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-Streets, and by Daniel Steele, corner of Hudson and Court-Streets.,
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 37192. |
|Online Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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