The Resource Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ : the third part : a collection of the most modern and useful precedents, for drawing bills, answers, and demurrers, interlocutory orders, masters' reports, exceptions to answers, and reports, and other precedents and instruments relating to the practice of that Court : as well in the offices about London, as for executing commissions in the country : also a collection of choice writs and process of the court being wholly new and modern, and drawn by the most experienc'd clerks, according to several special orders made for that purpose by the Court, the like never yet extant : likewise several appeals in the present Lord Keeper's time, in extraordinary cases of great nicety and difficulty from the Court of Chancery, to the Judicature of the Lords in Parliament : together with a copious and useful introduction explaining the present method of practice in its several branches, and a justification of the privilege of the clerks of the Court : from the records of the Tower, and other ancient manuscripts retrieving the same, to the great advantage and benifit of the officers, clerks, and ministers of that Court

Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ : the third part : a collection of the most modern and useful precedents, for drawing bills, answers, and demurrers, interlocutory orders, masters' reports, exceptions to answers, and reports, and other precedents and instruments relating to the practice of that Court : as well in the offices about London, as for executing commissions in the country : also a collection of choice writs and process of the court being wholly new and modern, and drawn by the most experienc'd clerks, according to several special orders made for that purpose by the Court, the like never yet extant : likewise several appeals in the present Lord Keeper's time, in extraordinary cases of great nicety and difficulty from the Court of Chancery, to the Judicature of the Lords in Parliament : together with a copious and useful introduction explaining the present method of practice in its several branches, and a justification of the privilege of the clerks of the Court : from the records of the Tower, and other ancient manuscripts retrieving the same, to the great advantage and benifit of the officers, clerks, and ministers of that Court

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Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ : the third part : a collection of the most modern and useful precedents, for drawing bills, answers, and demurrers, interlocutory orders, masters' reports, exceptions to answers, and reports, and other precedents and instruments relating to the practice of that Court : as well in the offices about London, as for executing commissions in the country : also a collection of choice writs and process of the court being wholly new and modern, and drawn by the most experienc'd clerks, according to several special orders made for that purpose by the Court, the like never yet extant : likewise several appeals in the present Lord Keeper's time, in extraordinary cases of great nicety and difficulty from the Court of Chancery, to the Judicature of the Lords in Parliament : together with a copious and useful introduction explaining the present method of practice in its several branches, and a justification of the privilege of the clerks of the Court : from the records of the Tower, and other ancient manuscripts retrieving the same, to the great advantage and benifit of the officers, clerks, and ministers of that Court
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Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ
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the third part : a collection of the most modern and useful precedents, for drawing bills, answers, and demurrers, interlocutory orders, masters' reports, exceptions to answers, and reports, and other precedents and instruments relating to the practice of that Court : as well in the offices about London, as for executing commissions in the country : also a collection of choice writs and process of the court being wholly new and modern, and drawn by the most experienc'd clerks, according to several special orders made for that purpose by the Court, the like never yet extant : likewise several appeals in the present Lord Keeper's time, in extraordinary cases of great nicety and difficulty from the Court of Chancery, to the Judicature of the Lords in Parliament : together with a copious and useful introduction explaining the present method of practice in its several branches, and a justification of the privilege of the clerks of the Court : from the records of the Tower, and other ancient manuscripts retrieving the same, to the great advantage and benifit of the officers, clerks, and ministers of that Court
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eng
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active 17th century-18th century
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Brown, William
Index
index present
LC call number
KD7194
LC item number
.B76 1702
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1575-1649
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Heath, Robert
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HeinOnline legal classics library
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  • Great Britain
  • Equity pleading and procedure
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Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ : the third part : a collection of the most modern and useful precedents, for drawing bills, answers, and demurrers, interlocutory orders, masters' reports, exceptions to answers, and reports, and other precedents and instruments relating to the practice of that Court : as well in the offices about London, as for executing commissions in the country : also a collection of choice writs and process of the court being wholly new and modern, and drawn by the most experienc'd clerks, according to several special orders made for that purpose by the Court, the like never yet extant : likewise several appeals in the present Lord Keeper's time, in extraordinary cases of great nicety and difficulty from the Court of Chancery, to the Judicature of the Lords in Parliament : together with a copious and useful introduction explaining the present method of practice in its several branches, and a justification of the privilege of the clerks of the Court : from the records of the Tower, and other ancient manuscripts retrieving the same, to the great advantage and benifit of the officers, clerks, and ministers of that Court
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  • Published anonymously. Attributed to William Brown by Wing; sometimes attributed to Sir Robert Heath
  • Includes index
  • ©2020 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ : the third part : a collection of the most modern and useful precedents, for drawing bills, answers, and demurrers, interlocutory orders, masters' reports, exceptions to answers, and reports, and other precedents and instruments relating to the practice of that Court : as well in the offices about London, as for executing commissions in the country : also a collection of choice writs and process of the court being wholly new and modern, and drawn by the most experienc'd clerks, according to several special orders made for that purpose by the Court, the like never yet extant : likewise several appeals in the present Lord Keeper's time, in extraordinary cases of great nicety and difficulty from the Court of Chancery, to the Judicature of the Lords in Parliament : together with a copious and useful introduction explaining the present method of practice in its several branches, and a justification of the privilege of the clerks of the Court : from the records of the Tower, and other ancient manuscripts retrieving the same, to the great advantage and benifit of the officers, clerks, and ministers of that Court
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Published anonymously. Attributed to William Brown by Wing; sometimes attributed to Sir Robert Heath
  • Includes index
  • ©2020 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (lxiv, 370 pages, 6 unnumbered pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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unknown
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unknown
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