Courage Sermons : Good covrage discovered and encovraged : in a sermon preached before the commanders of the military forces of the renowned citie of London : in the parish church of Great St. Helens May the 17, 1642 / by Simeon Ash ...; Ashe, Simeon,
Court Administration Great Britain : Seasonable observations upon the book intitvlfd [sic] A system of the law : as it was contrived and published by the late committee appointed for regulation : so far as it relates to the high Court of Chancery, and the fees and proceedings thereof : wherein several proposals made by the said committee are held unsafe and inconvenient, some are approved of and illustrated, and others supplyed, wherein the same are conceived defective ... : tendred to the considered of His Highness the Lord-Protector, and his council ... / by Philostratus Philodemius.; Philodemius, Philostratus.
Court Administration Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The lawyers looking-glass: or, A cleer discovery of the dangerous snares, : wherewith the practicers of law endeavour to entangle Your Highness, and to make you the patron of their injustice, and oppression, and so to lead you as the blinde ship-money judges led the late blinde king into a ditch; which God forbid. Together with some seasonable preparatives to remedy this great evill: for the glory of God, Your Highnesses honour, and the peace and welfare of these nations: and, all Gods people both ministers of the gospel, and members of the army, and others: specially in and about the cities of London, and Westminster, are earnestly desired (as they will answer it at the great day of account) to speak words in season, and otherwise use their best endeavours to strengthen the hands of Your Highness and councel in carrying on the work of the Lord against the mighty.; Corbet, Jeffrey.
Court Administration Ireland : An act for avoiding of vexatious delays, caused by removing actions and sutes out of inferior courts ; An act for redress of certain abuses, in making pewter and brass; Ireland.
Court Records England Early Works To 1800 : His Majesties most gracious pardon : vvhich was pleaded by the prisoners, convicted of divers crimes and notorious offences, many of which had received sentence of death, &c. at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly to the number of fifty three, &c. on Monday the 26th. of July, 1686. and in the second year of His Majestes reign: with the names of those that were in the free-pardon, and appeared not.; England and Wales.