Law precedents, Late sixteenth century
Scope and Contents
A collection of law precedents in conveyancing; at f. 132 appears 'The argument of Sir Christopher Wray lord chiefe justice of the king's bench upon chaunteries'. With an index.
- Late sixteenth century
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1 volume(s) (1 volume) : 264 leaves.
On a flyleaf at the commencement appears: 'Reginaldus Evans est verus possessor meus ... Ex dono Johis Munslowe nuper eius magister [sic] et nunc liber Caroli Bragge ex dono dict Reginald Evans defunct, July 1607'. At the bottom of the last leaf is written 'Reginald Evans, Fleb dhuw hebdhim a duw a digon'. In the Library by 1857.
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