Court Records Scotland Edinburgh Sources : Act Book of the Convenery of Deacons of the Trades of Edinburgh, 1577-1755 / transcribed by Jean Munro and Henry Steuart Fothringham ; edited, with an introduction and notes by Henry Steuart Fothringham.
Court Records Wales : Cases in the high court of chivalry, 1634-1640 / edited and calendared by Richard P. Cust and Andrew J. Hopper.
Court Rules : The rules of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea : a commentary / edited by P. Chandrasekhara Rao and Ph. Gautier.
Court Rules England 17th Century Sources : Several draughts of acts heretofore prepared by persons appointed to consider of the inconvenience, delay, charge and irregularity in the proceedings of the law. : Printed by an order of Parliament of the 12th of July, 1653. For the members of the House.; England and Wales.
Court Rules Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Rules and orders appointed to be observed in the High Court of Chancery in Ireland : for preventing any abuses in the said court, multiplicity of suits, motions, and unnecessary charges to the suitors; and for their more expeditious and certain course of relief. By His Grace Michael Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan, and Lord High Chancellor of all Ireland.; Boyle, Michael,
Courten William 1642 1702 : Severall remarkable passages concerning the Hollanders since the death of Queene Elizabeth, untill the 25th of December, 1673 : Some animadversions thereupon, in answere to a scandulous pamphlett called Englands appeale to the Parliament, from the private caball at white hall. With the continuation of the case between Sr. VVilliam Courten his heires and assignes and the East-India Company of the Netherlands, faithfully recollected by E.W. armig: and rendred into English, French, and Dutch, for satisfaction of his particular friends, in England, France, and the low countriers.; E. W.
Courtesy Books England London 17th Century : The lady's New-years gift, or, Advice to a daughter : under these following heads, viz. religion, husband, house and family, servants, behaviour and conversation, friendship, censure, vanity and affectation, pride, diversion, dancing.; Halifax, George Savile,