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Context of The reforming registry, or, A representation of the very many mischeifs [sic] and inconveniences which will unavoidably happen by the needless, chargeable, and destructive way of registries : proposed to be erected in every county of England and Wales for the recording of all deeds, evidences, morgages, and whatsoever may incumber the sale or settlement of lands not being copyhold : with the small or no efforts or atchievements of the notarial bonds of Holland, guarantigiated of Spain, and the bonds with clauses of registration in Scotland, in the securing of creditors and lessening of charges and contention : the greatest part thereof being written in the year 1658
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