Courts And Courtiers In Literature Congresses : Courtly arts and the art of courtliness : selected papers from the Eleventh Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 29 July - 4 August 2004 / edited by Keith Busby, Christopher Kleinhenz.; International Courtly Literature Society.
Courts Baron And Courts Leet England Early Works To 1800 : The office and authority of coroners and sheriffs. : With directions how and in what manner to execute the said offices in all things that are now in use. Together with an easie and plain method for the keeping of [brace] court leets, court barons, and hundred courts, &c. / By J. Wilkinson of Bernards Inn, Gent.; Wilkinson, John,
Courts Early Works To 1800 : The libertine school'd, or A vindication of the magistrates power in religious matters. : In ansvver to some fallacious quæries scattered about the city of Limrick, by a nameless author, about the 15th of December, 1656. And for detection of those mysterious designs so vigorously fomented, if not begun among us, by romish engineers, and Jesuitick emissaries, under notionall disguises ... (politicæ uti & ecclesiasticæ. axiom. Arabic.) / Published, by Claudus Gilbert, B.D. and minister of the Gospel at Limrick in Ireland.; Gilbert, Claudius,