Collection of legal tracts, Early seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
(1) Arguments upon the case of Ship Money in 1638; (2) a continuation of, and partly written in the same hand as, ‘The arguments and opinions concernynge the case of shippe money, of Sir John Brampston, knight, lord chief justice of the King’s Bench, in the Exchequer Chamber ...’ (see MS Dd.03.86, no. 5); (3) 'Causes in Chancerie gathered by Sir George Carye, one of the Masters of the Chancerie, anno 1601'.
- Early seventeenth century
Language of Materials
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1 volume(s) (1 volume) : 210 leaves.
In the Library by 1856.