This man would have made a great figure in the law, as he is so dexterous a conveyancer.
The solicitors lift, if introduced, will be called a conveyancer.
The secretary was Aquila M. Bolton, 'land broker and conveyancer.'
The two first were clerks to an eminent scrivener or conveyancer in the town, Charles Brogden; the other was clerk to a merchant.
He was removed from his office by the Parliament, and practised as a conveyancer during the Commonwealth.
The conveyancer, therefore, quietly pursues his instructions, and draws the will.
The conveyancer met with but little opposition, and gained the day.
He is a very able man—a conveyancer, great political economist, and author of various works on that subject.
He has had a good legal education, and is considered very clever as a conveyancer.
After leaving Oxford, Hogg established himself at York, where he was articled to a conveyancer.