Various law collections, Seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
After 7 leaves of index, follow 34 leaves of a transcript of Sir John Doderidge's work on law, 'The lawyer's light'. Then follow notes under various heads, not arranged alphabetically. A large part of the book is blank. On the back of the last leaf is a letter written to a lady, signed 'R. T.', son or daughter-in-law of Sir Thomas Myddleton.
- Creation: Seventeenth century
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1 volume(s) (232 leaves.)
Language of Materials
From the library of John Moore, Bishop of Ely, no. 409. Purchased on his death by King George I and presented 1715.