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Author Sheppard, William, -1675?
Title The court-keepers guide, or, A plain and familiar treatise, needful and useful for the help of many that are imployed in the keeping of law-days, or courts baron : wherein is largely and plainly opened the jurisdiction of these courts, with the learning of mannors, copyholds, rents, harriots, and other services and advantages belonging unto mannors, to the great profit of lords of mannors, and owners of these courts / William Sheppard ...
Related title Court-keepers guide.
Plain and familiar treatise, needful and useful for the help of many that are imployed in the keeping of law-days, or courts baron.
Publication Info London : Printed by W.G. for Gabriel Bedel and Thomas Collins ..., 1662.
Edition The fifth edition / with additions by the author.



Descript [4], 254, [4] p.
Edition The fifth edition / with additions by the author.
Note Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
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Author Sheppard, William, -1675?
Series Early English books online.
Subject Courts baron and courts leet.
Manorial courts -- England.
Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- England.
Related title Court-keepers guide.
Plain and familiar treatise, needful and useful for the help of many that are imployed in the keeping of law-days, or courts baron.
Descript [4], 254, [4] p.
Edition The fifth edition / with additions by the author.
Note Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Author Sheppard, William, -1675?
Series Early English books online.
Subject Courts baron and courts leet.
Manorial courts -- England.
Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- England.
Related title Court-keepers guide.
Plain and familiar treatise, needful and useful for the help of many that are imployed in the keeping of law-days, or courts baron.

Subject Courts baron and courts leet.
Manorial courts -- England.
Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- England.
Descript [4], 254, [4] p.
Note Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.

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