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A53384 The opinion of the judges upon the clause in the Act of 22 & 23 Car. II. Regis cap. 9. for giving no more costs than damages, delivered at Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-lane, London, in Trinity term. Anno 23. Ejusdem regis Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676. 1688 (1688) Wing O352A; ESTC R218230 1,203 1 View Text
A83158 2[o] Decembris. 1646. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the better observation of the monethly fast England and Wales. Parliament. 1646 (1646) Wing E1945; Thomason 669.f.9[73]; ESTC R212313 1,451 1 View Text
A49802 Lawson of oathes and witnesses, according to the third and ninth commandments Lawson, Jeremy. 1681 (1681) Wing L713; ESTC R213307 2,025 2 View Text
A84531 An extract of the acts against importing Irish cattel, &c. One expired, the other not.; Laws, etc. England and Wales. 1680 (1680) Wing E915A; ESTC R223320 2,203 1 View Text
A83255 An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the repairing of churches and paying of all church-duties whatsoever within the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales; Laws, etc. England and Wales. 1647 (1647) Wing E2032B; ESTC R204570 5,775 13 View Text
A83254 An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for, the repairing of churches, and paying of all church-duties whatsoever within the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales. Die Mercurii, 9 Februarii. 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance for repairing of churches, and paying of church-duties, be forthwith printed and published, and sent to all churches and chappels within the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales. Joh. Brown, Cler. Parliamentorum. England and Wales. Parliament. 1648 (1648) Wing E2032A; Thomason E426_9; ESTC R204568 5,779 12 View Text
A37993 An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the repairing of churches and paying of all church-duties whatsoever within the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales : die Mercuri, 9. Februarii. 1647. England and Wales. Parliament. 1647 (1647) Wing E2032; ESTC R176137 5,898 14 View Text
A25338 The Ancient legal course and fundamental constitution of the Palace-court or Marshalsea together with the several charges of all proceedings there, and its present establishment : particularly set forth and explained : whereby it will appear of what great authority this court hath been in all times. 1663 (1663) Wing A3070; ESTC R37039 6,403 67 View Text
B09037 All ordinances and orders for the better observation of the Lords-Day and the fast 9. Decemb. 1646. ordered &c. that the ordinances for the better observation of the publick dayes of fast and humiliation and for the better observation of the Lords-Day be printed together ... England and Wales. Laws, statutes, etc.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1646 (1646) Wing E1199AA; ESTC R210501 6,537 20 View Text
A82520 All ordinances and orders, for the better observation of the Lords-Day, and the fast. 9. Decemb. 1646. Ordered, &c. that the ordinances for the better observation of the publick dayes of fast and humiliation and for the better observation of the Lords-Day be printed together, ... Hen. Elsynge Cler. Parl. Dom. Com.; Laws, etc. England and Wales.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1647 (1647) Wing E1199; Thomason E377_7; ESTC R201359 6,562 15 View Text
A45988 An act for the preventing frivolous, and vexatious law-sutes and giving remedy to the parties grieved, to recover their costs at law, in certain cases, where heretofore no costs were given. Ireland. 1697 (1697) Wing I321; ESTC R39290 7,324 15 View Text
A34565 The course and practise of the Court of Common-pleas at Westminster heretofore written by Thomas Cory, Esq., late chief prothonotary thereof ; and now continued, and fitted to the practise used at this day, with additions by W.B., a clerk of the same court. Cory, Thomas, d. 1656. 1672 (1672) Wing C6294A; ESTC R30273 7,848 52 View Text
A49858 An abatement of most of the motions & orders in chancery and other chargeable courts and of the greatest part of the charges which may be in those hereafter, or motions and orders reduced from twenty to two, and most of those to the tenth part of the charge, as formerly hath been / written by W. Leach, for the same intent, and tendred to the consideration as his former are. Leach, William, 17th cent. 1652 (1652) Wing L770; ESTC R41233 8,924 11 View Text
A77719 Mr. Brunskell's case and proposals Brunskell, Percivall, 17th cent. 1690 (1690) Wing B5236; ESTC R205837 10,341 4 View Text
A25540 An Answer to a paper entituled The Grievances of His Majesty's subjects residing within the principality of Wales in respect of the Court of the Council in the Marches of Wales : with the particular conveniences of that court. 1689 (1689) Wing A3332; ESTC R29059 10,740 17 View Text
A88850 The bribe-takers of jury-men partiall, dishonest, and ignorant discovered and abolished; and, honest, judicious, able, and impartiall restored; and their equall election to try causes, and find inquests. / Written, proposed, and tendred to the same intent and purpose as all the former proposalls, to and for the saving to the honest people of this nation the thirty hundred thousand pounds yearly are. By William Leach of the Middle-Temple. Leach, William. 1652 (1652) Wing L772; Thomason E659_1; ESTC R202689 11,038 16 View Text
A49855 The down-fall of the vnjust lawyers, with the monopolizing officers, who have devoured much of the wealth of this nation, and the rising of the just written and proposed in order to the abolishing the chargeablenesse of proceedings in law-suits / by Edmund Leach of London, merchant. Leach, Edmund, of London. 1652 (1652) Wing L768; ESTC R10031 13,034 16 View Text
A35588 The Case and proceedings of at least sixty gentlemen participants and purchasers for valuable consideration, of lands in the levell of Hatfield Chace, the counties of York, Lincolne and Nottingham and more then two hundred of their tenants who have been dispoiled of their estates by the inhumane and barbarous ryots of the inhabitants of the mannor of Epworth ... / humbly presented to the consideration of this present Parliament for redress of their so great losses and dammages as it was also to the several parliaments sitting in the years 1651 and 1654. 1656 (1656) Wing C849; ESTC R37529 14,811 16 View Text
A49678 The late famous tryal of Mr. Hickeringill, rector of the rectory of All-Saints in Colchester, and author of The naked truth, the second part with an information exhibited against him for barretry, in XXIV articles : to make good the charge against him at the suit of the King, as in course, but really, prosecuted by one Maltcher, and one Morris, a proctor in the spriritual courts : at the assizes in Nisi Prius held at Chelmsford, March 3, 1680 before Mr. Baron Weston : where and when he was accused, amongst other things, for writing the said book called The naked truth, the second part. Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708, defendant. 1681 (1681) Wing L547; ESTC R9853 15,421 21 View Text
A57415 A whip for the marshalls court and their officers the petition of Robert Robins gent. to the House of Commons against the abuses practised in the marshalls court, and a discovery of the jurisdiction and priviledge of that court, with some of the particular greevances the subjects suffer under the pretended authority threof ... written for the releife and redresse of all that have, or hereafter shall be arrested or wronged there : with directions where to repaire for advice and assistance therein, and how and where to get restitution for the same / by Ro. Robins. Robins, Robert. 1648 (1648) Wing R1646A; ESTC R25102 18,763 31 View Text
A52386 To the Parliament of the Commonvvealth of England, and every individual member thereof The great complaint and declaration of about 1200. free-holders and commoners, within the mannor of Epworth, in the Isle of Axholm, and county of Lincoln, setting forth the plot and design of Mr. John Gibbon, and his fellow-projectors, to gain a posession of the said free-holders ancient inheritance, in their commonable grounds there, contrary to law. Humbly presented, and desired to be perused. Noddel, Daniel. 1654 (1654) Wing N1217B; ESTC R219394 19,166 32 View Text
A52385 To the Parliament of the Commonvvealth of England, and every individual member thereof The declaration of Daniel Noddel solicitor for the freeholders and commoners within the mannor of Epworth, in the Isle of Axholm, in number about 1200 besides new erected cottages, on the behalf of himself and all the said commoners: discovering the plot and design of Master John Gibbon and his fellow-projectors to gain a posession of the said freeholders ancient inheritance in their commonable grounds there, contrary to law. Noddel, Daniel. 1653 (1653) Wing N1217A; ESTC R219026 22,788 34 View Text
A59742 A survey of the county judicatures commonly called the county court, hundred court, and court baron wherein the nature and use of them, and the way and order of keeping them is opened for the great ease and profit of all such as have occasion to keep, or use them / by William Sheppard. Sheppard, William, d. 1675? 1656 (1656) Wing S3213; ESTC R29356 23,078 112 View Text
A37282 The humble addresse and remonstrance of Richard Dawson gentleman, now prisoner in the Fleet To the Right Honourable Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. With all possible submission, representing the sad oppressures under which he groans, his estate being pluckt away from him by injustice, perjury, and subornation thereto, forgery, counterfeiting his hand and seal, and other unjust, illegal unconscionable grievances; by the ... confederacy of Roger Porrington gentleman, Philip Read attorney of the Kings Bench, Edward, and Francis Luttrel, solicitor, and counsellor of law, Sir John Lenthall knight marshall of the Kings Bench, and others, set on, encouraged, and defended by them. Dawson, Richard. 1661 (1661) Wing D459B; ESTC R215262 24,858 36 View Text
A56038 Proposals for raising a million of money out of the forfeited estates in Ireland together, with the answer of the Irish to the same, and a reply thereto. 1694 (1694) Wing P3739; ESTC R4587 28,869 52 View Text
A66659 The exact constable with his original & power in the offices of church wardens, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highwayes, treasurers of the county stock, and other inferior officers as they are established, both by the common laws and statutes of this realm. By E.W. of Grays-Inn Esq; Wingate, Edmund, 1596-1656. 1660 (1660) Wing W3013; ESTC R219589 31,098 183 View Text
A46717 The Argument of the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench concerning the great case of monopolies, between the East-India Company, plantiff, and Thomas Sandys, defendant wherein their patent for trading to the East-Indies, exclusive of all others, is adjudged good. Jeffreys, George Jeffreys, Baron, 1644 or 5-1689.; Sandys, Thomas.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.; East India Company. 1689 (1689) Wing J526; ESTC R17792 37,073 36 View Text
A33187 The City law shewing the customes, franchises, liberties, priviledges and immunities of the famous city of London : together with the names, natures, kinds, jurisdictions, powers, and proceedings of the severall courts within the same : as also the titles, qualities, advantages and profits of the severall offices in London and in whose dispose those offices are. 1658 (1658) Wing C4354; ESTC R24831 43,516 135 View Text
A78571 Chaos: or, A discourse wherein is presented to the view of the magistrate, and all others who shall peruse the same, a frame of government by way of a republique, wherein is little or no danger of miscarriage, if prudently attempted, and thoroughly prosecuted by authority. Wherein is no difficulty in the practice, nor obscurity in the method; but all things plain and easie to the meanest capacity. Here's no hard or strange names, nor unknown titles (to amaze the hearers) used, and yet here's a full and absolute power derivative insensibly from the whole, and yet practically conveyed to the best men: wherein if any shall endeavour a breach, he shall break himself: and it must be so, that cats shall provide supper, here they shall do it suitable to the best palats, and easie to digest. By a well-willer to the publique weale. Well-willer to the publique weale. 1659 (1659) Wing C1938; Thomason E989_27; ESTC R208259 43,827 64 View Text
A87232 Alimony arraign'd, or The remonstrance and humble appeal of Thomas Ivie Esq; from the high court of chancery, to His Highnes the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c. VVherein are set forth the unheard-of practices and villanies of lewd and defamed vvomen, in order to separate man and wife.; Humble appeal and remonstrance of Thomas Ivie, Esq. Ivie, Thomas. 1654 (1654) Wing I1108; Thomason E231_3; ESTC R8770 44,790 55 View Text
A00880 In this booke is contayned the offices of shyriffes, bayliffes of lybertyes, escheatours, constables, and coroners and shewed what euerye one of them may doe by vertue of their offices, drawen out of bookes of the common lawe and of the statutes.; Office et auctoryte des iustyces de peas. English. Selections Fitzherbert, Anthony, Sir, 1470-1538.; Harvey, Gabriel, 1550?-1631. 1579 (1579) STC 10993.9; ESTC S4009 45,369 112 View Text
A34350 Considerations touching the dissolving or taking away the court of chancery and the courts of iustice depending upon it with a vindication or defence of the law from what is unjustly charged upon it, and an answer to certain proposals made for the taking away, or alteration, of it. 1653 (1653) Wing C5918; ESTC R18810 47,697 80 View Text
A75960 The power & practice of court-leets with the manner of keeping a court of survey for mannors, lands and tenements. Also, certain dubious cases in law opened and interpreted. Published for the common good of all, both landlords, tenants and others. By Ph. Ag. of Grays Inne, Esq. Ag., Ph. 1666 (1666) Wing A752; ESTC R225967 50,935 146 View Text
A87531 Pacis consultum: a directory to the publick peace: briefly describing, the antiquity, extent, practice and jurisdiction of several countrey-corporation-courts; especially, the court leet. An exact and perfect method to keep a court of survey for the setting forth and bounding of the mannors, lands, and tenements; with the articles to be therein given in charge: a work most useful: of which subject, never was any thing printed before. An abstract of the penal statutes, useful for all men to know. Also some difficult questions in law, proposed unto, and resolved / by Judge Jenkings. Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. 1657 (1657) Wing J597; Thomason E1672_2; ESTC R202614 51,715 145 View Text
A39612 Statuta vetera & recentiora a methodical collection & abridgement of the statutes that relate to the knowledge and practice of the common-law / by D.F.; Laws, etc. England and Wales.; D. F. 1672 (1672) Wing F11; ESTC R32949 51,770 143 View Text
B21152 The increase of popery in England, since the reformation made by King Henry VIII shewing the great encouragement that priests, Jesuits, and other promoter of that bloudy religion have had from persons of power and authority, the discouragements and notorious hardships, even to silencing, and banishment from cities and corporations, that have been the portion of many able and faithful Protestant ministers, that have eminently opposed it : with an essay towards what may possibly befall the Churches of Christ from the hellish contrivances and damnable plots of Romish emissaries : with a faithful extract out of the most authentick records of the most memorable things referring to the reformation, viz. Henry VIII, his reasons given in his proclamation for taking away the Popes usurped power, his protestation against the pope, his injunctions to his clergy, Bishop St[e]phen Gardener's oath or protestation, and his reasons against the Popessupremacy in England and the publick agreement of the whole clergy of England, as confirmed and ratified in the book called the Bishops book, published in the year 1534 / by .. William Dell ... Darrell, William, 1651-1721. 1681 (1681) Wing D923 53,277 58 View Text
A38869 An exact account of the trial between Sr. William Pritchard, Kt. and alderman of the city of London, plaintiff, and Thomas Papillon, Esq, defendant in an action upon the case at the sessions of nisi prius holden for the Court of King's Bench at the Guild-Hall in the city of London, on Thursday the 6th of November, 1684, in Michaelmas term, in the 36th year of the reign of King Charles the Second, before Sir George Jefferies, Kt. and Baronet, then Lord Chief Justice of the said Court of King's Bench : to which is added, the matter of fact relating to election of sheriffs, as it was printed in the year 1682. Pritchard, William, Sir, 1632?-1705, complainant.; Papillon, Thomas, 1623-1702, defendant.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench. 1689 (1689) Wing E3587; ESTC R12402 61,421 42 View Text
A54694 Restauranda, or, The necessity of publick repairs, by setling of a certain and royal yearly revenue for the king or the way to a well-being for the king and his people, proposed by the establishing of a fitting reveue for him, and enacting some necessary and wholesome laws for the people. Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1662 (1662) Wing P2017; ESTC R7102 61,608 114 View Text
A29655 The reading of that famous lawyer, Sr. Robert Brook, Kt. upon the statute of limitations, 32.H.8. Cap. 2 Brooke, Robert, Sir, d. 1558. 1647 (1647) Wing B4897; ESTC R24091 61,813 188 View Text
A93109 Of corporations, fraternities, and guilds. Or, a discourse, wherein the learning of the law touching bodies-politique is unfolded, shewing the use and necessity of that invention, the antiquity, various kinds, order and government of the same. Necessary to be known not only of all members and dependants of such bodies; but of all the professours of our common law. With forms and presidents, of charters of corporation. / By William Shepheard, serjeant at law. Sheppard, William, d. 1675? 1659 (1659) Wing S3195; Thomason E1912_2; ESTC R203559 65,245 193 View Text
A89344 The lawes of Virginia now in force collected out of the assembly records and digested into one volume : revised and confirmed by the Grand Assembly held at James-City by prorogation the 23d of March 1661 in the 13th year of the reign of our soveraign lord King Charles the II.; Laws, etc. Virginia.; Moryson, Francis.; Randolph, Henry.; Virginia. General Assembly. 1662 (1662) Wing M2849; ESTC R7787 65,296 97 View Text
A26144 The power, jurisdiction and priviledge of Parliament and the antiquity of the House of Commons asserted occasion'd by an information in the Kings Bench by the attorney general against the Speaker of the House of Commons : as also A discourse concerning the ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the realm of England, occasion'd by the late commission in ecclesiastical causes / by Sir Robert Atkins, Knight ... Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. 1689 (1689) Wing A4141; ESTC R16410 69,431 78 View Text
A64757 Practica Walliæ, or, The proceedings in the great sessions of Wales containing the method and practice of an attorney there, from an original to the execution : whereunto is added, the old statute of Wales at large, and an abridgement of all the statutes uniting Wales to England : with tables of the fees, and the matters therein contained / by Rice Vaughan ... Vaughan, Rice. 1672 (1672) Wing V136; ESTC R3656 72,094 234 View Text
A51484 A peaceable method for the re-uniting Protestants and Catholicks in matters of faith principally in the subject of the Holy Eucharist : proceeding upon principles agreed-on and waving points in dispute : upon occasion of the late conceit concerning the perpetuity of faith touching that great mystery / written in French by Lewis Mainbourg. Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686.; T. W. 1672 (1672) Wing M293; ESTC R26797 72,644 198 View Text
A80411 The vindication of the law: so far forth as scripture and right reason may be judge, and speedy justice (which exalts a nation) may be advanced. VVherein is declared what manner of persons Christian magistrates, judges, and lawyers ought to be. / By Iohn Cooke of Graies Inne, now chief justice of the province of Munster, 1652. Cook, John, d. 1660. 1652 (1652) Wing C6028; Thomason E662_9; ESTC R206788 78,991 98 View Text
A26658 Select cases in B.R. 22, 23, & 24 Car. I Regis reported by John Aleyn ... ; with tables of the names of the cases and of the matters therein contained, also of the names of the learned councel who argued the same. England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.; Aleyn, John. 1681 (1681) Wing A920; ESTC R19235 80,917 114 View Text
A34420 Monarchy, no creature of Gods making, &c. wherein is proved by Scripture and reason, that monarchicall government is against the minde of God, and that the execution of the late king was one of the fattest sacrifices that ever Queen Iustice had ... / by Iohn Cooke ... Cook, John, d. 1660. 1651 (1651) Wing C6019; ESTC R20620 90,353 192 View Text
A38733 Tryals per pais, or, The law concerning juries by nisi-prius, &c. methodically composed for the publick good, in the 16th year of the reign of our Soveraign Lord Charls the Second, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c. by S.E. of the Inner-Temple, Esquire. Euer, Samson. 1665 (1665) Wing E3411; ESTC R42019 90,716 264 View Text
A96976 Meditations upon the marks of the true Church of Christ: or, Motives of credibility in behalf of the true religion: and, the easiest way to finde it out. / By H.W. H. W.; Wilkinson, Henry, 1610-1675, 1655 (1655) Wing W36A; Thomason E1666_1; ESTC R208388 95,687 283 View Text
A51909 Actions for slaunder, or, A methodicall collection under certain grounds and heads of what words are actionable in the law and what not a treatise of very great use and consequence to all men, especially in these times wherein actions for slaunder are more common and do much more abound then in times past, and when the malice of men so much increases, well may their tongue want a directory : to which is added awards or arbitrements methodified under severall grounds and heads collected out of our year-books and other private authentick authorities ... / by Jo. March. March, John, 1612-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing M571; ESTC R29500 98,473 242 View Text
A09900 The attourneys academy, or, The manner and forme of proceeding practically vpon any suite, plaint or action whatsoever, in any court of record whatsoever, within this kingdome : especially in the great courts at Westminster, to whose motion all other court of law or equitie ... are diurnally mooued : with the moderne and most vsuall fees of the officers and ministers of such courts / publisht by his Maiesties speciall priuiledge ... [by] Tho. Povvell. Powell, Thomas, 1572?-1635? 1623 (1623) STC 20163.5; ESTC S124370 102,508 306 View Text
A55222 The book of the general laws of the inhabitants of the jurisdiction of New-Plimouth collected out of the records of the General Court, and lately revised : and with some emendations and additions established and disposed into such order as they my readily conduce to general use and benefit by the order and authority of the General Court of New-Plimouth held at Plimouth, June 2d. anno Dom. 1685 reprinted and published, Nathaniel Clerk, secrt'.; Laws, etc. (Book of the general laws : 1685) New Plymouth Colony. 1685 (1685) Wing P2659; ESTC W479534 104,394 101 View Text
A66651 The body of the common law of England as it stood in force before it was altered by statute, or acts of Parliament, or state. Together with an exact collection of such statutes, as have altered, or do otherwise concern the same. Whereunto is also annexed certain tables containing a summary of the whole law, for the help and delight of such students as affect method. By Edm. Wingate of Grayes-Inne Esq; Wingate, Edmund, 1596-1656. 1655 (1655) Wing W3007; ESTC R220028 104,837 228 View Text
A54631 Lex parliamentaria, or, A treatise of the law and custom of the parliaments of England by G.P., Esq. ... ; with an appendix of a case in Parliament between Sir Francis Goodwyn and Sir John Fortescue, for the knights place for the county of Bucks, I Jac. I., from an original French manuscript, translated into English.; Lex parliamentaria. English Petyt, George. 1690 (1690) Wing P1943; ESTC R4908 108,214 341 View Text
A48299 Lex Londinensis, or, The city law shewing the powers, customs, and practice of all the several courts belonging to the famous city of London ... : together with several acts of Common Councel, very useful and necessary to be known by all merchants, citizens, and freemen of the said city : and also, a method for the ministers within the said city to recover their tithes : with a table to the whole book. City of London (England). Court of Common Council. 1680 (1680) Wing L1858; ESTC R2792 111,597 280 View Text
A59729 The offices of constables, church wardens, overseers of the poor, supravisors of the high-wayes, treasurers of the county-stock and some other lesser country officers plainly and lively set forth by William Sheppard. Sheppard, William, d. 1675? 1650 (1650) Wing S3202; ESTC R30564 113,836 230 View Text
A63787 Jus filizarii, or, The filacer's office in the Court of King's-Bench setting forth the practice by original writ, with several precedents and other matters relating thereunto : and also a presentment of the fees of all the officers in the said court : very usefull for the filacers and all other practicers in that court / by John Trye ... Trye, John. 1684 (1684) Wing T3173; ESTC R21039 115,595 300 View Text
A47102 An explanation of the laws against recusants, &c. abridged by Joseph Keble ... Keble, Joseph, 1632-1710. 1681 (1681) Wing K115; ESTC R1584 133,989 274 View Text
A64729 Innocency and truth vindicated an account of what hath been, or is ready to be deposed to prove the most treacherous and cruel murder of the Right Honourable Arthur, late Earl of Essex : with reflections upon the evidence, and the most material objections against this murder discuss'd and answered, in a conference between three gentlement concerning the present inquiry into the death of that noble Lord and true patriot. Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724.; V. P. 1689 (1689) Wing V10; ESTC R25177 149,907 113 View Text
A45254 The reports of that reverend and learned judge, Sir Richard Hutton Knight sometimes one of the judges of the common pleas : containing many choice cases, judgments, and resolutions in points of law in the severall raignes of King James and King Charles / being written in French in his owne hand, and now faithfully translated into English according to order. England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas.; Hutton, Richard, Sir, 1561?-1639. 1656 (1656) Wing H3843; ESTC R14563 150,299 158 View Text
A44485 The booke called the mirrour of justices made by Andrew Horne ; with the book called the diversity of courts and their jurisdictions ; both translated out of the old French into the English tongue by W.H. Horne, Andrew, d. 1328. 1646 (1646) Wing H2789; ESTC R23979 152,542 367 View Text
A40860 The famous tryal in B.R. between Thomas Neale, Esq. and the late Lady Theadosia Ivy the 4th of June, 1684, before the Right Honourable the late Lord Jeffreys, lord chief justice of England, for part of Shadwell in the county of Middlesex ... together with a pamphlet heretofore writ ... by Sir Thomas Ivy ... Mossam, Elam.; Ivy, Theadosia Stepkins, Lady, d. 1694 or 5?; Neale, Thomas, d. 1699?; Ivie, Thomas. Alimony arraigned, or, The remonstrance and humble appeal of Thomas Ivie, Esq.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench. 1696 (1696) Wing F386; ESTC R35557 155,074 101 View Text
A54680 The ancient, legal, fundamental, and necessary rights of courts of justice, in their writs of capias, arrests, and process of outlary and the illegality ... which may arrive to the people of England, by the proposals tendred to His Majesty and the High Court of Parliament for the abolishing of that old and better way and method of justice, and the establishing of a new, by peremptory summons and citations in actions of debt / by Fabian Philipps, Esq. Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1676 (1676) Wing P2002; ESTC R3717 157,858 399 View Text
A40473 The touchstone of precedents, relating to judicial proceedings at common law by G.F. of Grayes-Inn, Esquire. G. F., of Gray's-Inn. 1682 (1682) Wing F22; ESTC R14229 160,878 378 View Text
A28801 Examen legum Angliæ, or, The laws of England examined, by Scripture, antiquity and reason cujus author anagrammat[os] est, A gomoz boa oz̄ bary. Booth, A., 17th cent.; Boon, A. 1656 (1656) Wing B3738; ESTC R38641 162,879 175 View Text
A49745 The Law of ejectments, or, A treatise shewing the nature of ejectione firme the difference between it and trespass, and how to be brought or removed where the lands lie in franchises ... as also who are good witnesses or not in the trial of ejectment ... together with the learning of special verdicts at large ... very necessary for all lawyers, attornies, and other persons, especially at the assizes &c. 1700 (1700) Wing L635; ESTC R31688 163,445 314 View Text
A39465 A continuation of the abridgment of all the statutes of K. William and Q. Mary, and of King William the Third, in force and use begun by J. Washington of the Midd. Temple Esq. ; revised and continued after his death to the end of the session of Parliament, 27 April, 1696 and now further continued, from the beginning of the second session of the Third Parliament, 20 October 1696, to the end of the third and last session of the said Third Parliament, 5 July, 1698 ; with two new tables.; Laws, etc. England and Wales.; Washington, Joseph, d. 1694. 1699 (1699) Wing E901; ESTC R10134 164,075 204 View Text
A32252 The reading of that famous and learned genrleman, Robert Callis ... upon the statute of 23 H.8, Cap. 5, of Sewers, as it was delivered by him at Grays-Inn in August, 1622. Callis, Robert, fl. 1634. 1647 (1647) Wing C304; ESTC R23882 167,039 246 View Text
A53751 The reports of that late reverend and learned judge, Thomas Owen Esquire one of the justices of the Common pleas : wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times : with many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained : with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principal matters therein contained. England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.; Owen, Thomas, d. 1598.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas. 1656 (1656) Wing O832; ESTC R13317 170,888 175 View Text
A37445 The parson's counsellor with the law of tithes or tithing in two books : the first sheweth the order every parson, vicar, &c. ought to observe in obtaining a spiritual preferment, and what duties are incumbent upon him ... : the second shews in what manner all sorts of tithes, offerings, mortuaries, and other church-duties are to be paid ... / written by Sir Simon Degge, Kt. Degge, Simon, Sir, 1612-1704. 1676 (1676) Wing D852; ESTC R8884 170,893 368 View Text
A43221 Maxims and rules of pleading, in actions real, personal and mixt, popular and penal describing the nature of declarations, pleas, replications, rejoynders, and all other parts of pleading, shewing their validity and defects, and in what cases they are amendable by the court, or remediable by the statute-law, or otherwise : likewise, which of the parties in his plea shall first offer the issue, and where special matter may be given in evidence upon the general issue : of demurrers upon evidence, of verdicts, general and special, and of bills of exceptions to the same, of judgments, executions, writs of error and false judgment, and of appeals, indictments, and informations and the pleadings relating thereunto / published from the manuscript of Sir Robert Heath ... ; with additions of new matter to every title, from all the reports since his time. Heath, Robert, Sir, 1575-1649. 1694 (1694) Wing H1340; ESTC R21584 172,855 372 View Text
A51911 Reports, or, new cases with divers resolutions and judgements given upon solemn arguments, and with great deliberation, and the reasons and causes of the said resolutions and judgements / collected by John March ... England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.; March, John, 1612-1657.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas. 1648 (1648) Wing M576; ESTC R6440 178,601 242 View Text
A29389 Reports of that grave and learned judge, Sir John Bridgman, knight, serjeant at law, sometime chief justice of Chester to which are added two exact tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principal matters therein contained. Bridgman, John, Sir.; J. H.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas. 1659 (1659) Wing B4487; ESTC R19935 180,571 158 View Text
A58990 The second part of Reports of cases taken and adjudged in the court of Chancery, from the 20th year of King Charles II. to the first year of Their present Majesties, King William and Queen Mary Being special cases, and most of them decreed with the assistance of the judges, and all of them referring to the register books, wherein are setled several points of equity, law and practice. To which is added, the late great case between the Dutchess of Albemarle and the Earle of Bathe.; Reports of cases taken and adjudged in the court of Chancery, from the 20th year of King Charles II. to the first year of Their present Majesties, King William and Queen Mary. Part 2. England and Wales. Court of Chancery. 1694 (1694) Wing S2297; ESTC R217071 188,405 430 View Text
A49392 Reports in the Court of Exchequer, beginning in the third, and ending in the ninth year of the raign of the late King James by the Honourable Richard Lane ... ; being the first collections in that court hitherto extant ; containing severall cases of informations upon intrusion, touching the King's prerogative, revenue and government, with divers incident resolutions of publique concernment in points of law ; with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the names of the cases, the other of the principall matters contained in this book. Lane, Richard, Sir, 1584-1650.; England and Wales. Court of Exchequer. 1657 (1657) Wing L340; ESTC R6274 190,222 134 View Text
A66613 Reports of that reverend and learned judge, Sir Humphry Winch Knight sometimes one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas : containing many choice cases, and excellent matters touching declarations, pleadings, demurrers, judgements, and resolutions in points of law, in the foure last years of the raign of King James, faithfully translated out of an exact french copie, with two alphabetical, and necessary table, the one of the names of the cases, the other of the principal matters contained in this book. England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas.; Winch, Humphrey, Sir, 1555?-1625. 1657 (1657) Wing W2964; ESTC R8405 191,688 144 View Text
A68633 An exposition of certaine difficult and obscure words, and termes of the lawes of this realme, newly set foorth and augmented, both in french and English, for the helpe of such younge students as are desirous to attaine the knowledge of ye same. Whereunto are also added the olde Tenures; Expositiones terminorum legum Anglorum. English and Law French Rastell, John, d. 1536.; Rastell, William, 1508?-1565. 1579 (1579) STC 20706.5; ESTC S115758 196,680 894 View Text
B13659 The second part of the Parallele, or conference of the ciuill law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England Wherein the agreement and disagreement of these three lawes touching diuers matters not before conferred, is at large debated and discussed. Whereunto is annexed a table ... Handled in seauen dialogues, by William Fulbecke.; Parallele or conference of the civill law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England. Part 2 Fulbeck, William, 1560-1603? 1602 (1602) STC 11415a; ESTC S102691 206,828 373 View Text
A38736 Tryals per pais, or, The law concerning juries by nisi-prius &c. by G.D. of the Inner Temple, Esquire. G. D. 1685 (1685) Wing E3413A; ESTC R36204 212,735 464 View Text
A61922 Regestum practicale, or, The practical register consisting of rules, orders, and observations concerning the common-laws, and the practice thereof : but more particularly applicable to the proceedings in the upper-bench, as well in matters criminal as civil ... / by William Style. Style, William, 1603-1679. 1657 (1657) Wing S6102; ESTC R33821 216,034 394 View Text
A50067 The general laws and liberties of the Massachusets colony; Laws, etc. Massachusetts. 1672 (1672) Wing M1003; ESTC R208 224,188 210 View Text
A43467 Reports and cases taken in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh years of the late King Charles as they were argued by most of the King's sergeants at the Commonpleas barre / collected and reported, by that eminent lawyer, Sir Thomas Hetley Knight, sergeant at law, sometimes of the Honourable Society of Grayes-Inne, and appointed by the king and judges for one of he reporters of the law ; now Englished, and likewise of the cases, both alphabetical. Hetley, Thomas, Sir.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas. 1657 (1657) Wing H1627; ESTC R10743 229,000 204 View Text
A34029 Modern reports, or, Select cases adjudged in the Courts of Kings Bench, Chancery, Common-pleas, and Exchequer since the restauration of His Majesty King Charles II collected by a careful hand. Colquitt, Anthony.; England and Wales. Court of Chancery.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas.; England and Wales. Court of Exchequer. 1682 (1682) Wing C5414; ESTC R11074 235,409 350 View Text
A14305 The arraignment of slander periury blasphemy, and other malicious sinnes shewing sundry examples of Gods iudgements against the ofenders. As well by the testimony of the Scriptures, and of the fathers of the primatiue church as likewise out of the reportes of Sir Edward Dier, Sir Edward Cooke, and other famous lawiers of this kingdome. Published by Sir William Vaughan knight.; Spirit of detraction, conjured and convicted in seven circles Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. 1630 (1630) STC 24623; ESTC S113946 237,503 398 View Text
A47712 The fourth part of the reports of several cases of law argued and adjudged in the several courts at Westminster, in the time of the late Queen Elizabeths reign collected by a learned professor of the law, William Leonard, Esq. ... published by William Hughes of Grayes-Inn, Esq. ; with tables of the names of the cases, and of the matters contained in this book.; Reports and cases of law argued and adjudged in the courts at Westminster. Part 4 Leonard, William.; Hughes, William, of Gray's Inn. 1687 (1687) Wing L1102; ESTC R19612 240,523 272 View Text
A48960 Analogia honorum, or, A treatise of honour and nobility, according to the laws and customes of England collected out of the most authentick authors, both ancient and modern : in two parts : the first containing honour military, and relateth to war, the second, honour civil, and relateth Logan, John, 17th cent.; Blome, Richard, d. 1705. 1677 (1677) Wing L2834; ESTC R17555 244,594 208 View Text
A21071 The lavves resolutions of womens rights: or, The lavves prouision for woemen A methodicall collection of such statutes and customes, with the cases, opinions, arguments and points of learning in the lavv, as doe properly concerne women. Together with a compendious table, whereby the chiefe matters in this booke contained, may be the more readily found. Edgar, Thomas, lawyer.; Doddridge, John, Sir, 1555-1628.; I. L. 1632 (1632) STC 7437; ESTC S100217 253,135 400 View Text
A59706 Action upon the case for slander, or, A methodical collection under certain heads of thousands of cases dispersed in the many great volumns of the law, of what words are actionable and what not and of a conspiracy, and of a libel : being a treatise of very great use and consequence to all men, especially in these times, wherein actions for slander are more common than in times past : with an exact table annexed for the ready finding out of any thing therein / by W. Sheppard. Sheppard, William, d. 1675? 1662 (1662) Wing S3173A; ESTC R30143 259,716 226 View Text
A51217 An exact abridgement in English, of the cases reported by Sr. Francis More Kt. serjeant at law with the resolution of the points in law therein by the judges / collected by William Hughes of Grayes-Inn Esq. Hughes, William, of Gray's Inn.; Moore, Francis, Sir, 1558-1621. 1665 (1665) Wing M2538; ESTC R22481 260,319 322 View Text
A42852 The common law epitomiz'd with directions how to prosecute and defend personal actions, very useful for all lawyers, justices of peace, and gentlemen : to which is annexed the nature of a writ of error, and the general proceedings there upon : with a plain table for the easie finding out of every particular / by William Glisson and Anthony Gulston ... Glisson, William.; Gulston, Anthony.; Style, William, 1603-1679.; Applegarth, Henry. 1679 (1679) Wing G864; ESTC R177434 260,320 510 View Text
A26015 The law of obligations and conditions, or, An accurate treatise, wherein is contained the whole learning of the law concerning bills, bonds, conditions, statutes, recognizances, and defeasances ... : to which is added a table of references to all the declarations and pleadings upon bonds, &c. now extant : also another table to the forms of special conditions which lie scattered in our president [sic] books ... : with an index of the principal matters therein contained / by T.A. of Grays-Inn, Esq. Ashe, Thomas, fl. 1600-1618. 1693 (1693) Wing A3972; ESTC R9431 276,581 591 View Text
A33636 An exact abridgement in English of the eleven books of reports of the learned Sir Edward Coke, knight, late lord chief justice of England and of the councel of estate to His Majestie King James wherein is briefly contained the very substance and marrow of all those reports together with the resolutions on every case : also a perfect table for the finding of the names of all those cases and the principall matters therein contained / composed by Sir Thomas Ireland. Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.; Ireland, Thomas, Sir. 1650 (1650) Wing C4919; ESTC R26030 276,990 515 View Text
A34174 The compleat sheriff wherein is set forth, his office and authority, with directions, how and in what manner to execute the same, according to the common and statute laws of this kingdom, which are now in force and use, and the judgments and resolutions of the judges in divers late cases, in the several courts of Westminster, relating thereunto : likewise of vnder-sheriffs and their deputies, and where the high-sheriff shall be answerable for their defaults, and where not, &c. : together with the learning of bail bonds, with an explication of Stat. 23 H.6. cap. 10 and pleadings thereon : retorns of writs, remedies against non retorn and faux retorn, Habeas corpus, Venires, challenges and enquiry of damages, prisoners and prisons, execution by fieri fac, elegit, &c. : escapes, actions and pleadings therein, fresh pursuit, and other pleas, attachment, americament : actions, declarations and pleadings on the sheriffs nonfesance or male-fesance : customs of London, as to prisons, courts, process, sheriffs fees, extortion, sheriffs accompts, &c, : to which is added The office and duty of coroners. 1696 (1696) Wing C5653; ESTC R1060 279,424 488 View Text
A31458 The laws of Q. Elizabeth, K. James, and K. Charles the First concerning Jesuites, seminary priests, recusants, &c., and concerning the oaths of supremacy and allegiance, explained by divers judgments and resolutions of the reverend judges : together with other observations upon the same laws : to which is added the Statute XXV Car. II. cap. 2 for preventing dangers which may happen from popish recusants : and an alphabetical table to the whole / by William Cawley of the Inner Temple, Esq. Cawley, William, of the Inner Temple. 1680 (1680) Wing C1651; ESTC R5101 281,468 316 View Text
A80192 The Second part of Modern reports, being a collection of several special cases most of them adjudged in the Court of Common Pleas, in the 26, 27, 28, 29, & 30th years of the reign of King Charles II. when Sir. Fra. North was Chief Justice of the said court. : To which are added, several select cases in the Courts of Chancery, King's-Bench, and Exchequer in the said years. / Carefully collected by a learned hand. Colquitt, Anthony.; Washington, Joseph, d. 1694.; Great Britain. Court of Exchequer.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas.; England and Wales. Court of Chancery.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench. 1698 (1698) Wing C5416; ESTC R171454 291,993 354 View Text
A47716 The second part of Reports and cases of law argued and adjudged in the courts at Westminster in the time of the late Q. Elizabeth, from the XVIIIth to the XXXIIId year of her reign collected by that learned professor of the law, William Leonard ... ; with alphabetical tables of the names of the cases and of the matters contained in the book.; Reports and cases of law argued and adjudged in the courts at Westminster. Part 2 Leonard, William. 1687 (1687) Wing L1105; ESTC R19612 303,434 242 View Text
A64510 The third part of Modern reports being a collection of several special cases in the Court of Kings-Bench: in the last years of the reign of K. Charles II. In the reign of King James II. And in the two first years of his present Majesty. Together with the resolutions and judgments thereupon. None of these cases ever printed before. Carefully collected by a learned hand.; Reports. 1660-1726. Vol.3. England. Court of King's Bench. 1700 (1700) Wing T911; ESTC R222186 312,709 406 View Text
A41429 The Royal College of Physicians of London, founded and established by law as appears by letters patents, acts of Parliament, adjudged cases, &c. : and An historical account of the College's proceedings against empiricks and unlicensed practisers, in every princes reign from their first incorporation to the murther of the royal martyr, King Charles the First / by Charles Goodall ... Goodall, Charles, 1642-1712. 1684 (1684) Wing G1091; ESTC R8914 319,602 530 View Text
A85670 Bouleutērion, or A practical demonstration of county judicatures. Wherein is amply explained the judiciall and ministeriall authority of sheriffs. Together with the original, jurisdiction, and method of keeping all countrey courts. / By Will: Greenwood, philomath. Greenwood, Will. William. 1659 (1659) Wing G1870; Thomason E1789_1; ESTC R209680 323,562 484 View Text
A47718 The third part of the reports of severall excellent cases of law, argued and adjudged in the courts of law at Westminster in the time of the late Queen Elizabeth, from the first, to the five and thirtieth year of her reign collected by a learned professor of the law, William Leonard ... ; with alphabetical tables of the names of the cases, and of the matters contained in the book.; Reports and cases of law argued and adjudged in the courts at Westminster. Part 3 Leonard, William. 1686 (1686) Wing L1106; ESTC R19612 343,556 345 View Text