Treatise on the jurisdiction of the Star Chamber, Seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
Includes 'the generall practicall proceedings' of the court. The treatise begins 'To sette forth exactly the dignity of the high court of starre chamber would require the penne of a deep judgment ...'. The 'proceedings' begin 'All suites which frequent this courte are brought hither, either by some perticular person complayning, or else by the very vigilant eye of state ...'.
- Seventeenth century
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1 volume(s) (87 leaves)
Language of Materials
Upon a flyleaf at the beginning are stamped arms with the motto 'Cole Deum', which are borne by more than one branch of the Cole family. In the Library by the mid 1750s.