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Abstracts of Law Readings and Moot Cases, 1613 - 1621

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Kk.06.42

Scope and Contents

The Inns and Readers were the following: Lyons Inn: Messrs. Denn, Shilton, Roe, and Davys of the Inner Temple. New Inn: Messrs. Moody, Bartlet, Jermyn, Mansell, Blacknell, Rives of the Middle Temple, Landen, Whitlock, Hoskins, Savage, and Lane. Staple Inn: Messrs. Crawley, Whisler, and Fesant. Davyes [Thavies] Inn: Messrs. Wright and Glanvill. Clements Inn: Messrs. Martin of the Inner Temple, Chapman, and Wild. Cliffords Inn: Messrs. Drury, Lane, Foster, Ould, and Merefield. Furnivals Inn: Readers' names not given. Bernards Inn: Messrs. Dover, Hudson, Godbolt, and Jenkins. The names of the Moot-men are not given. There are amongst them a few 'Cubbard Cases'. The writer of the book appears to have been himself engaged at the Moots, as he occasionally heads a paragraph with 'Mon Argument', but his name nowhere occurs. In a former Catalogue the MS was attributed to Robert Nicholas, who was successively a Baron of the Exchequer and Justice of the Upper Bench in the Commonwealth.


  • Creation: 1613 - 1621

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1 volume(s) (310 leaves (some of them blank))

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Custodial History

In the Library by the mid 1750s.

Physical Description



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