Law precedents, Mid seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
In addition to the precedents, the volume contains a petition to the king from Bulstrode Whitelocke seeking redress for expenses occasioned in burying a student of the Middle Temple. The handwriting of the volume is ascribed to Whitelocke, but the character of it does not resemble his signature in MS Dd.05.07.
- Mid seventeenth century
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1 volume(s) (1 volume) : 210 leaves.
On the flyleaf is written 'Esteemed friend Mr John Whitelocke of Hilton Park. In the Library by 1857.
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