"A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another."
The subject today is the will of Philip Jacob King (1738-1792) of Manchester township, York County, Pennsylvania. It was written 9 November 1791 and registered in the Probate Court on 25 February 1792. It starts on the right-hand page on the first image below, and includes all of the second image (look at this beautiful handwriting!):
A transcription of the will of Philip Jacob King is (this is a probate court clerk transcription, and the original is in York County, Pennsylvania Probate Court Records, Volume H, pages 289-291):