Legal arguments relating to ship-money, Mid or late seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
(1) 'The case of shippe-money, Mich. 13 Caroli, in the exchequer chamber, argued by Mr St John of Lincoln's Inne, utter-barrister, on the behalfe of Mr Hambden'; (2) 'The argument of Sr. Edward Litleton, knight, sollicitor for the king, of the Inner Temple, made in the exchequer chamber pro rege'; (3) 'The replye of Mr Holborne of Lincolne's Inne to the argument of Mr Sollicitor, 20 Octobris, 13 Caroli, in camera scaccarii'. See also MSS Ii.05.27 and Ii.05.30.
- Mid or late seventeenth century
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On the flyleaf is the name of Robert Hales. In the Library by 1858.
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