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Documents relating to nobility, privileges and legal cases, Early seventeenth century

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Ee.03.54

Scope and Contents

(1) ‘A treatise concerning the nobilitie according to the lawe of England’, written in the time of King James I but with no note of its author; see also MS Ee.04.22; (2) extracts from the charters of the city of London concerning its privileges, from the time of King William I to that of King Edward IV; it terminates abruptly at the end of the 12th page; (3) reports of cases adjudged in the king’s bench, 9 and 10 Jac. I, among which appear also cases decided in chancery, and on error in the exchequer chamber.


  • Creation: Early seventeenth century

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1 volume(s) (70 pages.)

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Custodial History

In the Library by the mid 1750s.

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