Debt Great Britain History : Of bondage : debt, property, and personhood in early modern England / Amanda Bailey.; Bailey, Amanda,
Debt Imprisionment For England Early Works To 1800 : A cast over the vvater, by John Taylor. Giuen gratis to William Fennor, the rimer, from London to the Kings Bench. Or a replication to Fennors answer. With admonitions, and friendly exhortations in prose and verse, perswading the said Fennor to penitence, that he may hang with the clearer consience at Saint Thomas of Waterings. Heere may you see a fellow brau'd and baffled, and (like a iade) is spurgal'd; swicht, and snaffled; Taylor, John,
Debt Imprisonment For England Surrey Early Works To 1800 : To Joseph Colinge Esq; marshal of the Marshalsea of His Majesties Court of Kings-Bench before our soveraign Lord the King. : And to all sheriffs, bayliffs of liberties, goalers, keepers of prisons, and all other persons whom it may concern.
Debt Imprisonment For Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. : Whereas several persons being sued for just debts have been, and are dayly taken in execution, and to avoid the payment of their said debts out of their estates, do continue in prison, and enjoy the benefit of their estates, which oftentimes are by them consumed in gaols, ale-houses, and other places amongst their lewd and wicked companions ...; Ireland.
Debt In Literature : Of bondage : debt, property, and personhood in early modern England / Amanda Bailey.; Bailey, Amanda,
Debt Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Remarks on the account given by the Irish Trustees in one of their books called, An abstract of their rent-roll, : laid before the House of Commons this session of Parliament, of the yearly value of the estate petitioned for by Lord Bophin and his children. The book is number 2. The value of the estate Lord Gallway had in possession is under the title of estates tail vested in fee; and of the estate Lord Bophin had in possession, under the title of estates forfeited for life.
Debt Relief : Reasons for passing a bill in Parliament to erect three Courts of Conscience, in the three several divisions hereafter named, being within the Bills of Mortality, and without the city of London, and the liberties thereof, for relief of poor debtors and creditors, under the value of forty shillings, to prevent vexations and chargeable arrests and suits at law
Debt Relief Africa : The African presence : representations of Africa in the construction of Britishness / Graham Harrison.; Harrison, Graham,
Debt Relief England : Reasons humbly offered to the most honourable House of Lords, against repealing the act for relief of creditors, by making compositions with their debtors, in case two thirds in number and value do agree
Debt Relief Great Britain Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : Anno Regni Caroli II regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ, vicesimo secundo & vicesimo tertio : at the Parliament begun at Westminster the eighth day of May, Anno Dom. 1661. In the thirteenth year of the regin of our most gracious sovereign Lord Charles by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c., and there continued by several prorogations, to the fourteenth day of February 1669/70, and thence continued to the 22th of April 1671 on which day the said Parliament was prorogued to the 16th day of April which shall be in the year 1672.; England and Wales.
Debt Relief Scotland Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of his Highnes council in Scotland, for the government thereof; : concerning his Hignesse and the Council's order of the 15th of April, 1656. For the relief of debitors who are willing to satisfie their just debts; and for the moderating the rigor of comprizings, and the severity of proceedings by creditors against debitors in Scotland.; Scotland.
Debt Scotland Early Works To 1800 : The lamentable estate and distressed case of the deceased Sr William Dick in Scotland : and his numerous family and creditors for the Commonwealth.
Debt Social Aspects : Should we abolish household debts? / Johnna Montgomerie.; Montgomerie, Johnna,
Debtor And Creditor Cases : The Oppressions and wrongs to the value of above ten thousand pounds done by Hugh Audley Esq. to Sir Philip Knivett, Baronet, deceased : occasioned by his selling of his lands in Norfolk, called Buckenham and Tibbenham, in 1648 and 1649, to the said Hugh Audley for 18,508 l. 10 s. whereof the said Hugh Audley was to keepe in his hands 6935 l. 13 s. 4 d. and to allow interest for it, and to pay the rest to the creditors of Sir Philip Knivet.
Debtor And Creditor Congresses : Consumer credit, debt and bankruptcy : comparative and international perspectives / edited by Johanna Niemi, Iain Ramsay and William C. Whitford.
Debtor And Creditor England Forms Early Works To 1800 : By the trustees sitting at Worcester-house 1° Iuly, 1649 : all lawful deductions made, there remaineth due from the Commonwealth to [blank] his executors, administrators or assignees until the day of the date hereof, the sum of [blank] which said sum is to be paid to the said [blank] his executors, administrators or assignees, upon the first day of July, which shall be in the year of Christ 1651 ...
Debtor And Creditor Germany : Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch vom 18. August 1896 nebst dem Einführungsgesetze vom 18. August 1896 / handausgabe mit Einleitung, erlauternden Anmerkungen und Sachregister in Verbindung mit Eugen Ebert und Heinrich von Schneider, herausgegeben von Otto Fischer & Wilhelm von Henle.; Fischer, Otto,
Debtor And Creditor Great Britain Religious Aspects : Advice to creditors, or, A safe and secure way to secure bad debts : such debts as the debtors are poor and are not able to pay them ... / by one who is a lover of Christianity.; One who is a lover of Christianity.
Debtor And Creditor Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : Know all men by these presents that [blank] holden and firmly bound and obliged unto [blank] to be paid unto [blank] certain attourney, heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns in current money of New-England ....