Law England Abstracts : An abstract of those laws commanded by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, to be put in speedy execution by Her Majesty's most gracious and pious letter (lately sent to the justices of the peace of the County of Middlesex) met at their general quarter-sessions by adjournment, Friday the 10th of July, 1691 : published for the ease and direction of the several and respective officers in the performance of their duty / by James Cardrow ...; Cardrow, James.
Law England Anecdotes : An answer to a printed protestation made by some of the societies of the Inns of Court, against dutiful addresses : with thanks to His Majesty for his most gracious declaration to all his loving subjects / written by an old cavalier.; Old cavalier.
Law England Bibliography Early Works To 1800 : A catalogue of the common and statute law-books of this realm : with some others relating thereunto. Alphabetically digested under proper heads. With an account of the best editions, volumes, and common prices they are now sold at. The third edition with additions, to this present year 1694. Collected by Tho. Basset, bookseller; and are to be sold by the booksellers in London and Westminster, 1694.; Bassett, Thomas,
Law England Catalogues : A catalogue of the common and statute law-books of this realm and some others relating thereunto : alphabetically digested under proper heads, with an account of the best editions, volumes, and common prices they are now sold at / collected by Tho. Bassett.; Bassett, Thomas,
Law England Examinations Questions Etc : Hughes's quæries, or, Choice cases for moots : containing several points of law, not resolved in the books : being very useful for the students of the common lawes / collected by William Hughes ...; Hughes, William,
Law England Indexes Early Works To 1800 : A table to al the statutes made from the beginning of the raigne of Kyng Edwarde the. vi. vnto this present. xii. yeare of the reigne of oure moste gratious and soueraigne ladye Queene Elizabeth
Law England Language : The new Returna brevium, or, The law returned from Westminster and restored in briefe to its native, antient, and proper habitatio, language, power, puritie, integrity, cheapness, briefness, plainness : whereunto is added the Petition of Right, granted by Parliament in the third yeare of King Charles the First, and confirmed by the last Parliament / written by John Jones of the Neyath in com. Brecon, Gent.; Jones, John,
Law England Language Early Works To 1800 : The new Returna brevium : or the law returned from Westminster and restored in brief to its native, antient, and proper habitation, language, power, puritie, integritie, cheapness, briefness, plainness. Rescued out of the sacrilegious hands, barbarous disguises, ænigmatical intricacies, lucrative constructions, extorted verdicts, fals judgments, & bribeful executions of her perjured impostors, fals interpreters, iailers, catchpols, attorneys, &c whereunto is added the Petition of Right, granted by Parliament in the 3 year of King Charls, and confirmed by this (although to bee found in larger volumes) for cheapness to the generalitie to inform themselvs what is their rights. Written by John Jones of the Neyath in com. Brecon Gent.; Jones, John,
Law England Religious Aspects : English-law, or, A summary survey of the houshold of God on earth : and that both before and under the law, and that both of Moses and the Lord Jesus : historically opening the purity and apostacy of believers in the successions of ages, to this present : together with an essay of Christian government under the regiment of our Lord and King, the one immortal, invisible, infinite, eternal, universal prince, the Prince of Peace, Emmanuel.; Cock, Charles George.