Context

Context of Placita latinè rediviva : a book of entries, containing perfect and approved precedents of counts, declarations, barrs, avowries, replications, pleas in abatement, issues, judgments, as well in actions real as personal : and sundry other entries, useful for all clerks, attorneys, and practisers in the courts at Westminster, and inferiour courts : not heretofore published in print : collected in the times, and out of some of the manuscripts, of those famous and learned protonotaries, Richard Brownlow, John Gulston, Robert Moyl, and Thomas Cory, digested into an exact method, with a table
Processing Feedback ...