Treatise on the court of exchequer, Mid or late seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
‘A shorte compendium, or briefe declaration of what every officer of his ma’ties courte of exchequer ought to doe by vertue of his office in England; as alsoe the articles of the unitinge of the late courts of augmentations and revenewes of the Crowne, and the late courte of first fruites and tenthes to the courte of exchequer att Westminster: written att the request of the right honoble the Lord Buckhurst lord treasuror of England [Thomas Sackville] in the raigne of our late soveraigne lord King James.' By Peter Osborne, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer: see W. H. Bryson, 'Exchequer equity bibliography', American Journal of Legal History 14 (1970): 333-5.
- Mid or late seventeenth century
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Language of Materials
In the Library by the mid 1750s.