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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 to 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men and tales be circumstanibus / by Thomas Williams ...Date of publication:
1680Author(s):Description:"Judge Hale his opinion in some select cases" and "Certain select moot-cases, intituled, les cases de Greys-Inn ..." each has special t.p. with imprint : London, Printed for Norman Nelson, 1680. Reproduction of original ...This item contains 4 files (4.15 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Three learned readings made upon three very usefull statutes: the first, by that great and eminent sage of the law, Sir Iames Dyer, of the Middle Temple, upon the statute of 32.H.8.Chap.I. of Wills, and 34. & 35. Hen.8.Chap.5. for the explanation of that statute. The second, by Sir Iohn Brograve, of Grayes Inne, sometime his Majesties attourney of the dutchy of Lancaster, upon the statute of 27.H.8.Chap.10. concerning jointures. The third, by Thomas Risden esquire, of the Inner Temple, upon the statute of 8.Hen.6. Chap.9. of forcible entry.Date of publication:
1648Description:Page 123 is misnumbered: 12. Annotation on Thomason copy: "May 2nd". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (653.56 KB).Publicly Available