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Student notebook on canon law, Late sixteenth century

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Dd.05.07

Scope and Contents

'Brocardica quæ jure canonico sic dicuntur quæ sunt materiæ contrariis rationibus æque probabilibus involutæ'. Apparently incomplete: it is paged from 1 to 93 and after 42 blank leaves paged again from 200 to 246. There are six leaves of index, and three of references, principally to statutes from the reign of King Edward III.


  • Creation: Late sixteenth century

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1 volume(s) (c. 224 pages.)

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Custodial History

On the title page, ‘“James Whitelocke,” nec beneficio nec metu.’ 9 Augusti 1590. Also ‘Bulstrode Whitelocke, nec adulor nec calumpnior, plane et sane’. In the Library by the mid 1750s.

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