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Arguments of the counsel and judges in the case of ship money, Mid or late seventeenth century

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Ii.05.30

Scope and Contents

Contains the arguments of Mr St John; Sir Edward Littleton, solicitor-general; Mr Holborne; Sir John Banks, attorney-general; Mr Justice Weston; Mr Baron Crawley; Mr Justice Berkley; Mr Baron Trevors; Mr Baron Vernon; Mr Justice Croke; Mr Justice Jones; Mr Justice Hutton; Mr Baron Denham; Chief Baron Davenport; Chief Justice Finch; and Chief Justice Brampston. See MSS Ii.05.19 and Ii.05.27. Prefixed is the case upon the record, against John Hampden, to which are attached the names of Robert Holborne and John Bancks, solicitor and attorney-general respectively.


  • Mid or late seventeenth century

Language of Materials


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1 volume(s) (1 volume) : 495 leaves.

Custodial History

In the Library by 1858.

Physical Facet


Repository Details

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