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A45970 An act for granting tales on tryals to be had in the court of the county palatine of Tipperary, before the seneschall.; Public General Acts. 1695. 7 Gui.III.c.19 Ireland. 1695 (1695) Wing I306; ESTC R223683 831 6 View Text
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
A14373 The state of the suite in Chancerie, betweene Francis Verslyn pl': agaynst Peter Manning, Michael Palmer and theire wiues &c. defendants is, viz Verslyn, Francis. 1621 (1621) STC 24690; ESTC S102485 2,071 2 View Text
A25642 Answers to the reasons given against the bill for erecting courts of conscience within the weekly bills of mortality 1675 (1675) Wing A3471B; ESTC R213490 2,467 1 View Text
B02613 The case of Sir John Edwards, Knight, appellant from a decree made in the high and honourable Court of Chancery, in a case there depending, wherein Mary Howard, widow, was plaintiff, and the appellant was defendant : humbly offered to the consideration of the right honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled. 1680 (1680) Wing C994; ESTC R170980 2,526 1 View Text
B09717 To the High and Noble Prince, Henry, duke of Norfolk, earl marshal of England, in Court of Chivalry. The humble petition of James Percy, cozen and next heir male to Josceline Percy, late-earl of Northumberland, deceas'd, and claimant to the title, honour and dignity of earl of Northumberland ... Percy, James, 1619-1690?; England and Wales. Court of Chivalry. 1687 (1687) Wing P1461A; ESTC R181655 2,597 2 View Text
A34206 Concerning the priviledge of the vnder clark's in the Court of Chancery as now in clayme and practice 1649 (1649) Wing C5698; ESTC R40861 2,874 7 View Text
A58855 A speech made by Sir William Scrogg, one of His Majesties Sergeants at Law, to the Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellor of England, at his admission to the place of one of His Majesties Justices of the Court of Common-Pleas Scroggs, William, Sir, 1623?-1683. 1676 (1676) Wing S2124; ESTC R10261 3,598 8 View Text
A78492 Certain quæres for the publike good, concerning the avoiding of multitudes of unnecessary orders, delayes, charges and trouble in courts, called, English courts, or, courts of equity. 1647 (1647) Wing C1737; Thomason E394_8; ESTC R201623 3,962 8 View Text
A51808 To the honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Commons in Parliament assembled, proposals most humbly offered for raising (in all likelyhood) upwards of five millions of money, without charging the poor, or burthening the rich by such ways and means, that (for the greatest part thereof) the payers will voluntarily tax themselves : as also some objections answered, and a method proposed for the easie collection thereof, with much certainty and small charge. J. M. 1696 (1696) Wing M49; ESTC R12289 4,407 8 View Text
A69045 The ancient state, authoritie, and proceedings of the Court of Requests 2 Octob. 1596. Caesar, Julius, Sir, 1558-1636.; (England and Wales. Court of Requests) 1597 (1597) STC 4341; ESTC S104859 4,505 14 View Text
A13054 A recital of Stow's collection concerning the rise, profi[ta]bleness, and continuance of the court of requests, or court of conscience in the city of London: together w[it]h the Act of Parliament of 3 Iacobi Regis, for establishing and confirmation of the same Stow, John, 1525?-1605. 1640 (1640) STC 23346; ESTC S113495 4,811 1 View Text
A39583 A Reply to a paper intituled A true account of the unreasonableness of Mr. Fittons pretences against the Earl of Macclesfield 1685 (1685) Wing F1067; ESTC R37818 5,214 5 View Text
A55583 William Powell alias Hinson Esq; plaintiffe; the Warden and Fellows of All-soules Colledge in Oxford defendants In the Chancellors Court of the University of Oxford in a pretended cause of dammage. Powell, William.; All Souls College (University of Oxford) 1656 (1656) Wing P3098A; ESTC R221774 5,578 8 View Text
A51786 The liberties and cvstomes of the lead-mines within the wapentake of Wirksworth in the county of Derby part thereof appearing by extracts from the bundels of the exchequer and inquisitions taken in the XVIth year of the reign of King Edward the first and in other kings reigns and continued ever since / composed in meeter by Edward Manlove Esq. ... Manlove, Edward, fl. 1667. 1653 (1653) Wing M453; ESTC R13751 5,787 12 View Text
A70357 The judges opinions delivered before His Grace the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, in the cause between John St. Leger, Esq; plaintiff, and John Barret, Esq; defendant Taken by the register of the High Court of Chancery, Saturday the 8th of February, 1678. Present, Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice Booth, Lord Chief Baron, Sir Richard Kennedy, Mr. Justice Johnson, Mr. Justice Jones, Sir Richard Reynell. Jubbes, John. 1685 (1685) Wing J1169A; ESTC R217109 6,080 5 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
B04178 The Lord Bishop of Londonderry's case: with some reasons humbly offered to the consideration of the Lords in England, to induce their lordships not to take cognizance of an appeal lately brought before them by the Society of Assistants in London for Ulster in Ireland, against an order of the House of Lords in Ireland, made the last sessions of Parliament there. Sloane, James.; Annesley, Francis, fl. 1707.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1698 (1698) Wing L3041; ESTC R180058 6,739 4 View Text
A43359 Arguments proving the jurisdiction used by the president and counsell in the marches of Wales, over the counties of Glouc., Worcester, Hereford, and Salop to be illegall, and injurious, and a meere incroachment beyond their appointed limits and the proofe is like a threefold cord, not easily broken, viz. [brace] by statutes, by law bookes, by records : whereunto is added a catalogue of part of the manifold grievances to which his majesties subjects are lyable, who live within that jurisdiction. W. H. 1641 (1641) Wing H149; ESTC R41259 6,819 16 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
A90356 The pedigree from old Andrew Barrett, Esq having seven sons, who made several feofments to several trustees in trust of all his estates to theuse [sic] of his last will, who made the said will in Dublin, July 9. 1613. and thereby intails all his estate upon Sir James Barrett his eldest son, and to his heirs male; and for want thereof, to the 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th sons, as by inquisitions, deeds and records, may, and will appear. 1685 (1685) Wing P1049B; ESTC R231930 9,516 5 View Text
A77719 Mr. Brunskell's case and proposals Brunskell, Percivall, 17th cent. 1690 (1690) Wing B5236; ESTC R205837 10,341 4 View Text
A84911 Every mans right: or, Englands perspective-glasse. Wherein may be seen, every mans case, face, birthright, and just liberty. Whereunto is added; the copie of a letter written by a prisoner in the Fleet, unto a worthy member of the House of Commons; expressing the necessitie of justice, and the illegality of imprisonment of men for debt. Composed (primarily) for the meridian of London and VVestminster, and may prove very profitable, to inlighten the eyes of all the commons of England, in this year of our long-expected reformation, and suppressions of injustice, tyranny, and oppression, anno 1646. Freize, James. 1646 (1646) Wing F2197A; Thomason E340_2; ESTC R200865 10,378 18 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
A89574 Speculum libertatis Angliæ re restitutæ: or, The looking-glasse of Englands libertie really restored. Being the representation of the just and equitable constitution of a real common-wealth, suitable to the earnest desires and expectation of most of the good people in the three nations, and as we hope the intendment of supream authority. Published for the incouragement and reviving of the hearts and hopes of all the well-affected. R. M. 1659 (1659) Wing M77; Thomason E989_19; ESTC R202862 11,187 20 View Text
A34660 An abstract or the lawes of New England as they are novv established Cotton, John, 1584-1652. 1641 (1641) Wing C6408; ESTC R9081 11,490 20 View Text
A28357 Ordinances made by the Right Honourable Sir Francis Bacon ... being then Lord Chancellor for the better and more regular administration of iustice in the Chancery, to be daily observed saving the prerogative of this court. England and Wales. Court of Chancery.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1642 (1642) Wing B316; ESTC R20720 12,081 26 View Text
A30548 To Charles Fleetvvood, steward, Robert Hatton, recorder, Sackford Gunstone, Henry Wilcock, baliffs being judges in the Court of Kingstone upon Thames : the state of the old controversie ... between Richard Mayo, plaintiffe, and Edward Burrough, defendant / by Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6035; ESTC R12828 12,746 18 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
A35614 The case of James Percy, claymant to the Earldom of Northumberland with an impartial account of the proceedings he hath made in the several courts of justice in order to the proving and obtaining his right and title to the said Earldom : humbly addressed to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliamnet [sic] assembled. Percy, James, 1619-1690?; Grey of Ruthin, Charles Longueville, Baron, 1618-1643. 1685 (1685) Wing C923; ESTC R219212 14,579 14 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
A33868 A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chancery with such alterations and additions thereunto, as the right honorable Edward Earle of Clarendon, lord chancellor of England ... and ... the honorable Sir Harbottle Brimston, Barronet, master of the rolls, have thought fit at present to ordaine and publish for reforming of several abuses in the said courts, preventing multiplicity of suits, motions, and unnecessary charge to the suiters, and for their more expeditious and certain course for relief. England and Wales. Court of Chancery.; Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674.; Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. 1661 (1661) Wing C5198; ESTC R30918 15,112 94 View Text
A78485 Certaine proposals of divers attorneys of the Court of Common-Pleas, for the regulating the proceedings at law, and remedying some inconveniences: whereby the clyent will be much secured, the processe shortned, the greatest part of the charge of most suits abated, many unnecessary suits in law and equity prevented, and the creditor and purchaser well provided for: and thereby lending, trade and commerce advanced: which is the end and desire of the proposers. / Presented to the honourable committee for the regulating proceedings in law Decemb. 5. 1650. 1651 (1651) Wing C1728; Thomason E622_7; ESTC R206432 18,583 22 View Text
A93441 The antiquity & original of the Court of Chancery and authority of the lord chancellor of England being a branch of Serjeant Snagg's reading, upon the 28 chapter of Magna Charta, at the Middle Temple, in Lent, 13 Eliz. : with his congratulatory epistle, (by way of preface) to the Lord Chancellor Hatton, in 29 Eliz. Snagg, Robert. 1654 (1654) Wing S4381A; ESTC R42651 18,654 95 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
A00586 The widowes petition delivered in a sermon before the iudges at the assises held at Northampton, Iuly 25. 1633. by Antony Fawkner, parson of Saltry All-Saints, alias Moygne in Huntingtonshire. Fawkner, Antony, b. 1601 or 2. 1635 (1635) STC 10724; ESTC S101885 19,826 36 View Text
A88608 The custom of the mannor of Paynswicke taken out of the decree in Chancery, and carefully examined for the benfit of the tenants or others that may be concerned. By Thomas Loveday, in the year 1687. Loveday, Thomas. 1688 (1688) Wing L3235A; ESTC R230715 20,279 70 View Text
A25448 The Account of the manner of executing a writ of inquiry of damages between His Royal Highness James Duke of York &c. and Titus O[a]tes which was executed at the bar of the Court of Kings Bench at Westminster on Wednesday the 19th of June, 1684 in the presence of the high sheriff of Middlesex. 1684 (1684) Wing A320; ESTC R34141 20,410 34 View Text
A60632 A general summons from the authority of truth, unto all ecclesiastical courts and officers wherein they may see what truth objecteth against their practice and proceedings in cases of conscience / by William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1668 (1668) Wing S4304; ESTC R38258 21,636 28 View Text
A89237 The jus divinum of government; or Magistracy proved to be God's ordinance, and justice the magistrates duty. In a plain sermon preached before the judges of assize at East-Grinstead in the County of Sussex. By Zacheus Mountagu. [Mountagu, Zacheus]. 1652 (1652) Wing M2478; Thomason E1286_2; ESTC R208950 22,057 61 View Text
A49526 The answer of the chancellor, masters and scholars of the Vniversity of Oxford, to the petition, articles of grievance, and reasons of the city of Oxon presented to the honorable committee for regulating the University of Oxford the 24. of July, 1649. University of Oxford.; Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. 1649 (1649) Wing L363; ESTC R19608 22,313 47 View Text
A40843 The famous bull in Cœna Domini published at Rome every Maunday Thursday against hereticks and all infringers of ecclesiastical liberties with a preface containing some reflections on the bull, and animadversions on the late account of the proceedings of the Parliament of Paris.; Pastoralis Romani Pontificis vigilantia. English & Latin Catholic Church. Pope (1605-1621 : Paul V); Paul V, Pope, 1552-1621. 1688 (1688) Wing F365; ESTC R2280 23,075 70 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
A26201 The way to be rich, according to the practice of the great Audley who begun with two hundred pound in the year 1605, and dyed worth four hundred thousand pound this instant November, 1662. G. B.; Audley, Hugh, d. 1662. 1662 (1662) Wing B71; Wing A4200; ESTC R28318 23,533 42 View Text
A96102 The clerk of assize, judges-marshall, and cryer being the true manner and form of the proceedings at the assizes and generall goale-delivery, both in the Crown Court, and Nisi Prius Court, and the right wayes of entering of all pleas, verdicts, judgments, and orders in either of the said courts. To which is added an ancient brief tract of the common lawes of England, written in Latine. / By T.W. T. W. 1660 (1660) Wing W113; Thomason E2139_3; ESTC R203975 24,153 77 View Text
A33867 A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chauncery with such alterations and additions thereunto, as the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal of England, by and with the advice and assistance of the Honorable the Master of the Rolls, have thought fit at present (in order to a further reformation now under their Lordships consideration) to ordain and publish for reforming of several abuses in the said Court, preventing multiplicity of suits, motions, and unnecessary charge to the suitors, and for their more expeditious and certain course for relief. England and Wales. Court of Chancery.; Lenthall, William, 1591-1662.; Keble, Richard, fl. 1650. 1652 (1652) Wing C5196; ESTC R1289 24,790 100 View Text
A80116 A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chauncery, with such alterations & additions thereunto, as the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal of England, by and with the advice and assistance of the Honorable the Master of the Rolls, have thought fit at present (in order to a further reformation now under their Lordships consideration) to ordain and publish, for reforming of several abuses in the said court, preventing multiplicity of suits, motions, and unnecessary charge to the suitors, and for their more expeditious and certain course for relief. England and Wales. Court of Chancery.; Lenthall, William, 1591-1662.; Keble, Richard, fl. 1650.; Whitlocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675 or 6. 1649 (1649) Wing C5195; Thomason E1377_4; ESTC R209283 24,870 102 View Text
A70870 A new discovery of the prelates tyranny in their late prosecutions of Mr. William Pryn, an eminent Lawyer, Dr. Iohn Bastwick, a learned physitian and Mr. Henry Burton, a reverent divine wherein the separate and joynt proceedings against them in the high commission and Star Chamber their petitions, speeches, cariages at the hearing and execution of their last sentences Prynne, William, 1600-1669.; Bastwick, John, 1593-1654.; Burton, Henry, 1578-1648.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1641 (1641) Wing P4018; ESTC R13582 25,214 51 View Text
A11511 The free schoole of vvarre, or, A treatise, vvhether it be lawfull to beare armes for the seruice of a prince that is of a diuers religion; Quaestio quodlibetica. English Sarpi, Paolo, 1552-1623.; Bedell, William, 1571-1642.; Brent, Nathaniel, Sir, 1573?-1652. 1625 (1625) STC 21758; ESTC S116734 27,201 78 View Text
A06372 The true originall edict of Nants as it was enacted by Henry the third, and confirmed by the last French King Henry the fourth of famous memory. And reestablished by Lewis the thirteenth, for the better assurance of those of the reformed religion, as appeareth by the Kings Edict of peace, dated in the campe at Mompellier the nineteenth of October 1622. and proclaimed throughout all his dominions for a finall ending of all ciuill troubles. Cum priuilegio.; Edit de Nantes. English France.; France. Sovereign (1574-1589 : Henry III) 1622 (1622) STC 16843; ESTC S103960 28,148 58 View Text
A26419 The admonisher admonished in, a modest and impartial narrative of the proceedings of the ecclesiastical court, against James Jones citizen of London, of the parish of St. Bartholomew Exchange : being a true account of matter of fact, from his citation to Doctors Commons, to their taking out the writ of excommunicato capiendo against him : and also an account of the several ways made use of for the taking off the said writ : with useful observations upon several particular passages and statutes : dedicated to the worshipful Doctor Pinfold. 1683 (1683) Wing A591; ESTC R11117 28,325 22 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
A94265 Syllogologia; or, An historical discourse of parliaments in their originall before the Conquest, and continuance since. Together with the originall growth, and continuance, of these courts following, viz. [brace] High Court of Chancery, Upper Bench, Common-Pleas, Exchequer, Dutchy, and other inferiour courts now in use in this Commonwealth. J. S. 1656 (1656) Wing S93; Thomason E1646_1; ESTC R203463 29,703 88 View Text
A34002 A plea for the bringing in of Irish cattel, and keeping out of fish caught by foreigners together with an humble address to the honourable members of Parliament of the countries of Cornwal and Devon, about the advancement of tin, fishery, and divers manufactures / by John Collins. Collins, John, 1625-1683. 1680 (1680) Wing C5379; ESTC R18891 30,333 42 View Text
A02979 The Kings edict and declaration vpon the former edicts of pacification Published in Paris at the parliament held the xxv. of Februarie. 1599. At Paris, by the printers and stationers ordinary to the King. 1599. Cum priuilegio dictæ Maiestatis.; Proclamations. 1598-04-03 France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV); Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610. 1599 (1599) STC 13120; ESTC S103955 31,848 68 View Text
A01085 Eirenopolis: = the citie of peace Surueyed and commended to all Christians. By Tho. Adams. Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. 1622 (1622) STC 112; ESTC S115261 32,650 192 View Text
A94126 A Supply to a draught of an act or system proposed (as is reported) by the committee for regulations concerning the lavv: wherein are provisoes against several inconveniences which may befall the free-people of this nation thereby, unless seasonably by the Supreme Power, or otherwise prevented. To which is added, a short treatise of tithes, shewing their original rise, to whom due, how they have been disposed of from age to age; with seasonable proposals for the future preservation and advancement of religion and learning, and setling a competent maintenance for ministers and true labourers therein, for perpetual quiet of the nation. Published by divers officers and souldiers of the Commonwealth and Army, being the second part of their antidote and tendered to the same consideration. Leach, Edmund, of London, 1653 (1653) Wing S6192; Thomason E693_7; ESTC R203687 32,930 42 View Text
A49528 A defence of the rights and priviledges of the University of Oxford containing, 1. An answer to the petition of the city of Oxford. 1649. : 2. The case of the University of Oxford, presented to the Honourable House of Commons, Jan. 24. 1689/90. University of Oxford.; Harrington, James, 1664-1693. Case of the University of Oxford.; Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658. Answer to the petition of the city of Oxford. 1690 (1690) Wing L366; ESTC R9958 36,771 63 View Text
A54692 The reforming registry, or, A representation of the very many mischiefs and inconveniences which will unavoidably happen by the needless, chargeable, and destructive way of registries proposed to be erected in every county of England and Wales, for the recording of all deeds, evidences, bonds, bills, and other incumbrances : written in the year 1656 when Oliver and the Levelling-party made it their design to ruine monarchy ... / by Fabian Philipps. Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1662 (1662) Wing P2014; ESTC R14829 37,868 105 View Text
A56866 Quatermayns conquest over Canterburies court, or, A briefe declaration of severall passages between him and the Archbishop of Canterbury with other commissioners of the High Commission Court, at six severall appearances before them, and by them directed to Doctor Featly : with their severall conferences, and the doctors by Roger Quatermayne. Quatermayne, Roger.; Laud, William, 1573-1645.; Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1642 (1642) Wing Q148; ESTC R9277 38,184 64 View Text
A58385 Reflections upon the murder of S. Edmund-Bury Godfrey the design of Thompson, Farwell, and Paine to sham off that murder from the papists : the late endeavours to prove Stafford a martyr and no traitor, and the particular kindnesses of the Observator, and Heraclitus to the whole design, in a dialogue ; with a dedication from Mrs. Cellier. Cellier, Elizabeth, fl. 1680. 1682 (1682) Wing R731; ESTC R36706 39,638 35 View Text
A74899 Seasonable observations on a late book intitvled A system of the law: as it was contrived and published by the committee appointed for regulation: so far as it relates to the high Court of Chancery, and the fees and proceedings thereof: Wherein several proposals made by the said committee, are held unsafe and inconvenient; some are approved of, and illustrated; and others supplyed wherein the same are conceived defective: With further proposals, for the better regulation of said court, and more speedy and cheap hearing of causes. And an exact table. 1. Containing the fees now paid to the grand officers and patentees. 2. How much will satisfie the true labourers. 3. What wil [sic] be saved thereby to all suiters in the said court. Unto which is likewise annexed, the memorable case put by the late King James, to the then learned judges of the land, touching the power and jurisdiction of the said court, for relieving complainants after judgements given in the Courts of Common-Law; and how far the Statutes of Præmunire do extend to restrain the said court therein: With the reasons and resolutions of the said judges thereupon: Tendered to the consideration of the supreme authority: and published for the general good and information of all practitioners and suiters in the said court. / By Philostratus Philodemius. Philodemius, Philostratus. 1653 (1653) Thomason E705_4 41,217 70 View Text
A43443 Poor Robin's visions wherein is described the present humours of the times, the vices and fashionable fopperies thereof, and after what manner men are punished for them hereafter : discovered in a dream. Poor Robin.; Herrick, Robert, 1591-1674.; Winstanley, Robert, b. 1647?; Winstanley, William, 1628?-1698. 1677 (1677) Wing H1598; ESTC R1859 42,525 135 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
A51782 The sollicitor exactly and plainly declaring both as to knowledge and practice how such an undertaker ought to be qualified : as also his parts, qualities, and fitting endowments for such a weighty employment in a more special manner then hath ever seen heretofore published by any hand whatsoever : shewing further the particular of suing a person priviledged, and how the same may by course of court sue any forrainer : being truly useful for all sorts of persons who have any important business in law or equity / Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. 1663 (1663) Wing M448; ESTC R29479 44,685 116 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
A20073 The Owles almanacke prognosticating many strange accidents which shall happen to this kingdome of Great Britaine this yeere, 1618 : calculated as well for the meridian mirth of London, as any other part of Great Britaine : found in an Iuy-bush written in old characters / and now published in English by the painefull labours of Mr. Iocundary Merry-braines. Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632.; L. L.; Merry-braines, Jocundary. 1618 (1618) STC 6515.5; ESTC S1881 45,434 66 View Text
A29078 Vox populi, or, The sense of the sober lay-men of the Church of England concerning the heads proposed in His Majesties commission to the Convocation. Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. 1690 (1690) Wing B4084; ESTC R19826 46,104 48 View Text
A54308 This book makes appear the claim, pedigree and proceedings of James Percy now claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament. Percy, James, 1619-1690? 1680 (1680) Wing P1460; ESTC R30769 47,400 58 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
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
A55623 An essay on the coin and commerce of the kingdom trade and treasure (which are twins) being the only supporters thereof next to religion and justice. Praed, John. 1695 (1695) Wing P3163A; ESTC R221798 53,333 71 View Text
A34787 A perfect and exact direction to all those that desire to know the true and just fees of these courts following viz. The fees of all the offices belonging to the Court of Common Pleas, a table of the prothonotaries fees, the fees of the Chancery, according to the table in the office, the ordinance of the Chancery / by Th. Lord Coventry late Lord Keeper of the great seale of England. Coventry, Thomas Coventry, Baron, 1578-1640. 1641 (1641) Wing C6625; ESTC R17316 53,652 158 View Text
A90698 The present state of Denmark and reflections upon the ancient state thereof. Together with a particular account of the birth, education, martial atchievements and brave performances of His Royal Highness Prince George, only brother of His present Majesty of Denmark. / By G. Pierreville Gent. Secretary to the King's Minister at the Court of Denmark. Pierreville, Gideon. 1683 (1683) Wing P2212A; ESTC R203183 58,876 158 View Text
A90208 The practice of the Exchequer court, with its severall offices and officers being a short narration of the power and duty of each single person in his severall place. Written at the request of the Lord Buckhurst, sometime Lord Treasurer of England. By Sr. T.F. Whereunto are added the rules and orders of proceedings by English bill. Osborne, Peter, 1521-1592.; Fanshawe, Thomas Fanshawe, Viscount, 1596-1665, attributed name. 1658 (1658) Wing O527; Thomason E1928_1; ESTC R8740 61,106 176 View Text
A36769 An argument delivered by Patrick Darcy, esquire by the expresse order of the House of Commons in the Parliament of Ireland, 9 iunii, 1641. Darcy, Patrick, 1598-1668. 1643 (1643) Wing D246; ESTC R17661 61,284 146 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
A67861 The jurisdiction of the admiralty of England asserted against Sr. Edward Coke's Articuli admiralitatis, in XXII chapter of his jurisdiction of courts by Richard Zouch ... Zouch, Richard, 1590-1661.; Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634. 1663 (1663) Wing Z22; ESTC R21844 62,368 170 View Text
A34454 A true description of the mighty kingdoms of Japan and Siam written originally in Dutch by Francis Caron and Joost Schorten ; and novv rendred into English by Capt. Roger Manley.; Benschrijvinghe van het machtigh coninckrijcke Japan. English Caron, François, 1600-1673.; Schouten, Joost.; Manley, Roger, Sir, 1626?-1688. 1663 (1663) Wing C607; ESTC R22918 62,553 163 View Text
A14975 Two sermons of assise the one intituled A prohibition of reuenge, the other, A sword of maintenance : preached at two seuerall times, before the right worshipfull iudges of assise, and gentlemen assembled in Hertford, for the execution of iustice, and now published / by W. Westerman ... Westerman, William. 1600 (1600) STC 25282; ESTC S2384 63,408 150 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
A89190 Edicts upon the ordaining and establishing of a common-place, and jurisdiction, of the priors and consulls of the merchants of the citie of Roan. Together with the letters, pattents, and declarations of His Maiestie, since that time made with the approbations, and regulating thereupon ensuing in the court of Parliament of the same citie. / Translated out of French into English, for the benefit, and use of merchants. By Peter Mitton. Mitton, Peter, translator. 1645 (1645) Wing M2295; Thomason E1159_1; ESTC R210084 65,536 216 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
A33580 The Young clerk's tutor enlarged Cocker, Edward, 1631-1675.; J. H. 1668 (1668) Wing C4858; ESTC R38749 71,419 127 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
A42798 A new voyage to the East-Indies containing an account of several of those rich countries, and more particularly of the kingdom of Bantam : giving an exact relation of the extent of that monarch's dominions, the religion, manners and customs of the inhabitants, their commerce, and the product of the country, and likewise a faithful narrative of the kingdom of Siam, of the isles of Japan and Madagascar, and of several other parts, with such new discoveries as were never yet made by any other traveller / by Mr. Glanius. Glanius, Mr. 1682 (1682) Wing G793; ESTC R40478 75,780 191 View Text
A86467 The grand question concerning the judicature of the House of Peers, stated and argued And the case of Thomas Skinner merchant, complaining of the East India Company, with the proceedings thereupon, which gave occasion to that question, faithfully related. By a true well-wisher to the peace and good government of the kingdom, and to the dignity and authority of parliaments. Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron, 1599-1680. 1669 (1669) Wing H2459; ESTC R202445 76,537 221 View Text
A15011 A pithie, short, and methodicall opening of the Ten commandements. By Master William Whately, preacher of the word of God at Banburie in Oxford-shire Whately, William, 1583-1639.; Lee, Richard, d. 1650. 1622 (1622) STC 25315; ESTC S119736 77,294 265 View Text
A52196 Acts and laws passed by the great and general court or assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachussets-bay, in New England begun at Boston, the eighth day of June 1692, and continued by adjournment, unto Wednesday the twelfth day of October following : being the second sessions. Massachusetts. General Court. 1692 (1692) Wing M950; ESTC R8928 80,538 97 View Text
A60878 The Arguments of the Lord-keeper, the two Lords Chief Justices, and Mr. Baron Powell, when they gave judgement for the Earl of Bath Somers, John Somers, Baron, 1651-1716.; Treby, George, Sir, 1644?-1700.; Holt, John, Sir, 1642-1710.; Powell, John, Sir, 1645-1713. 1693 (1693) Wing S4637; Wing A3646_CANCELLED; ESTC R17706 80,573 63 View Text
A67724 The young lawyer's recreation being a choice collection of several pleasant cases, passages, and customs in the law for the entertainment as well as profit of the reader. Philonomus. 1694 (1694) Wing Y104; ESTC R6327 83,933 224 View Text
A37911 The fellow-traveller through city and countrey Edmundson, Henry, 1607?-1659. 1658 (1658) Wing E181; ESTC R38856 87,865 322 View Text
A49797 Magna Charta ecclesiæ universalis the grand charter issued out and granted by Jesus Christ for the plantation of the Christian faith in all nations ... / by George Lawson ... Lawson, George, d. 1678. 1686 (1686) Wing L708; ESTC R37962 90,290 226 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
A33627 Certain select cases in law reported by Sir Edward Coke, Knight, late Lord Chief Justice of England ... ; translated out of a manuscript written with his own hand, never before published ; with two exact tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principal matters therein contained.; Reports. Part 13. English Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634. 1659 (1659) Wing C4909; ESTC R1290 92,700 80 View Text