Easton, [PA]: G. W. Deshler 1818. First Edition. iv, , 6-68 pages. Parentheses substituted for square brackets in title transcription. Leather spine over worn marbled boards. Many inked or penciled scribbles and names on endpapers, including "James Eckert April 15th 1829", "Anna Eckert", "Charles Eckert his book" "John Eckert his book", "James Eckert his book June 12th 1829", "Chas Eckert" etc. Three labels affixed to front pastedown (apparently textile labels, from bolts of cloth), two printed in blue, one in black. A sound copy. Good. Boards. 
The first edition of this work (another edition in the following year removes the Hawles attribution on the title page). Hawles is Sir John Hawles (1645-1716) who wrote a number of legal works.
We find it interesting that in a ready reckoner (the majority of the content of this book) the authors felt it important to include instructions for those who might be jurymen.
12 copies of the first edition in OCLC, including the American Antiquarian Society who notes the following reference citations [offered "as is", not having them in our own reference library]: Shaw, R.R. American bibliography, 43990. Cohen, M.L. Bibliography of early American law, 8193