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Printed first in 1666, this source is both an instruction manual and plea for reform, comparing the positive potential of mediation and arbitration with the chicanery of contemporary litigation. It describes in detail some arbitrations of the period, with forms and precedents, practical examples and handy tips. The translation is intended to capture the salty and forceful style of the author, who recommends all kinds of threats and guile in his task of reconciliation and arbitration.