The Resource The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world : asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus, by Thomas Williams, late of the Inner Temple, Esq.; sometime speaker of the Commons House in Parliament : II. Mr. Risden's reading upon the statute of 21 H. 8. Chap. 19. of avowries; III. Judge Hale's opinion in some select cases; IV. Certain cases which have been formerly mooted by the Society of Greys-Inn

The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world : asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus, by Thomas Williams, late of the Inner Temple, Esq.; sometime speaker of the Commons House in Parliament : II. Mr. Risden's reading upon the statute of 21 H. 8. Chap. 19. of avowries; III. Judge Hale's opinion in some select cases; IV. Certain cases which have been formerly mooted by the Society of Greys-Inn

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The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world : asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus
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The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world
Title remainder
asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus
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by Thomas Williams, late of the Inner Temple, Esq.; sometime speaker of the Commons House in Parliament : II. Mr. Risden's reading upon the statute of 21 H. 8. Chap. 19. of avowries; III. Judge Hale's opinion in some select cases; IV. Certain cases which have been formerly mooted by the Society of Greys-Inn
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Certain select moot cases, intituled, Les cases de Greys-Inn, which have been formerly mooted by that Society
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  • eng
  • roa
  • eng
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CEF
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1513?-1566
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Williams, Thomas
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Prefaces and title pages in English, the remainder in French
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Z2002
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.U58
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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1609-1676
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  • Hale, Matthew
  • Risden, Thomas
  • Gray's Inn
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  • Law
  • Law
  • England
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The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world : asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus, by Thomas Williams, late of the Inner Temple, Esq.; sometime speaker of the Commons House in Parliament : II. Mr. Risden's reading upon the statute of 21 H. 8. Chap. 19. of avowries; III. Judge Hale's opinion in some select cases; IV. Certain cases which have been formerly mooted by the Society of Greys-Inn
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Tracts II-IV have special title-pages
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The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world : asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus, by Thomas Williams, late of the Inner Temple, Esq.; sometime speaker of the Commons House in Parliament : II. Mr. Risden's reading upon the statute of 21 H. 8. Chap. 19. of avowries; III. Judge Hale's opinion in some select cases; IV. Certain cases which have been formerly mooted by the Society of Greys-Inn
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Tracts II-IV have special title-pages
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
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1 online resource (170, 195-318 pages)
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online
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computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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LLMC Digital Library Collection
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • cl0037000013
  • 10-661
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remote
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(OCoLC)767351752

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