The English, Scotch and Irish Historical Libraries, Giving a Short View and Character of Most of Our Historians Either in Print Or Manuscript. With an ... Law-Books, Coins and Other Matters. 3. Ed
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Publication Date: September 13, 2013
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1736 edition. Excerpt: ...I shall only trouble the Reader with an Alphabetical Index of such as give the History of the Cases within my own present Limits, not meddling with those that have been adjudg'd since the Union of the Kingdoms. Anderfin d (Sir Edmnnd, sometime Chief justice of the Common-Pleas) of the principal Cases argu'd in his own Court, during the Reign of Queen Elizaheth. Bendloes e s William, Sergeant at Law) gives the Reign of FIenry the Eighth, Edward the Sixth, Philip and Mary, and Qxeen Elizaheth. Brooke (Sir Rohert beforementioffid) collected the Cases most remarkable in the Common-Pleas, from the Sixth of Jenry the Eighth, to the Fourth of Qieen Mary. The Book has been frequently F printed, and bears the Title InstiLPar. 4.. p. 4.. 4 Fol. Fr. in two Parts, pr. 2.4.:. Concil. Reg. MS. Cream/it. jun. go. 1616. i FoLFr. 2..Vol. pret. rz-s. b 8vo. pret.zs. Vid. I &t. 8 Fol. Fr. pret. 31. Engl. pret. 30 s. l' Act. Fol. FLpret. us. F 8vo. Lond. 1578, 1604., 1615, Croke (Sir George, one of the Justices in the King's-Bench, temp. Car. 1.) in the. first of his three 5 Parts, brings Cases from the Twenty-fourth of Been Elizabeth, to the End of her Reign. Dyer (Sir James, Chief Justice of the Common-Pleas) collects choice c Cases throughout the four Reigns of Henry the Eighth, Edward the Sixth, Mary and Elizaheth, i. e. from the 4th of Hen. 8. to 24 Eliz. Golderhoroagh d Esq; Prothonotary ofthe Common-Pleas) touches only upon the last Years of Been Elizaheth's Reign. Kelway f (Sapervishr Liherationam Regir, IO Hen. 8.) wrote Reports from the Twelfth of Henry the Seventh, to the Twenty-first of Henry the Eighth; and seems to have been the first Writer of Reportr, giving that Name to his own Collection of Cases which are brought within the Year-Books....
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