Legal reports, Late 1630s?
Scope and Contents
'Reportes hors de le banck le roy'; MS Gg.02.19 extends from Paschæ 5to to Trin. 10, MS Gg.02.20 from Mich. 10 to Pasch. 13 Car. I. The first case in the series is 'Jones v. Harris', in which the plaintiff as serjeant-at-arms for the marches of Wales prefers his bill against Sir Thomas Harris for his fees. The last is an anonymous case against an executor to recover a debt. With an index.
- Late 1630s?
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Language of Materials
In the Library by the mid 1750s.