Found in 463 Collections and/or Records:
A Collection of Law Precedents relating to the Courts of Chancery, Star-Chamber, Wards, Exchequer, and Baron and Leete; with forms of Indentures, etc., Late sixteenth century
Temp. Eliz. I. With an Index. At the end is a list of the parishes in the several Hundreds of the County of Suffolk. On the back of the first fly-leaf are eleven short prophecies for the several years 1570–1580, said to have been 'founde at the Abbye of Sutteburye, within a tome of stone, Anno Domini, &c.'
A Collection of Law Reports, Arguments, etc. of the time of Elizabeth I and James I., Latter end sixteenth century and beginning seventeenth century
A Dialogue betweene a Councellor and a Justice of Peace of the success of Parliaments since the Conquest unto this time, written by Sir Walter Raleighe, Seventeenth century
'Dedicated to King James our soveraigne Lord, anno 1610.'
A Fragment of Archion, or a Commentary upon the High Courts of Justice in England, by William Lambard, Seventeenth century
To p. 17 is attached a note pointing out an interpolated passage both in the MS. and in the printed copies (1635); and expressing a doubt whether the former be a transcript from the latter, as had been thought.
With notes of cases, temp. Henry VII and VIII.
Imperfect at the beginning, the first folio being numbered 14.
With an index of a later date. On the outer edges of the top is written Statham, with whose Abridgment it has much in common.
Upon the fly-leaf is written the name of Robert Bullocke. Pasted into the corner at the end is a table 'To find the beginnings and endings of the Termes and their Retornes for ever.'
A Survaie of his Majestie's Mannor of Bridlington, and of divers other his Majestie's lands, parte belonging to the said Mannor of Bridlington in the County of Yorke, taken there by Aaron Rathborne, A.D. 1609, by vertue of his Majestie's Commission to him in that behalfe directed under the seal of the Exchequer, Early seventeenth century
Same hand as Oo.07.14.
A Survey of his Majestie's Mannor of Bridlington Key, in the Countie of Yorke, by Aaron Ratheboorne, A.D. 169 , by vertue of his Majestie's Commission, Early seventeenth century
Same hand as Oo.07.13.
A Survey of his Majestie's Mannor of Fragesthorpe in the Countie of Yorke, by Aaron Ratheborne, A.D. 1609, by vertue of his Majestie's Commission, 1603 - 1625
A Treatise of the Court of Star Chamber, and Justice Barkley's Argument in the case of ship-money, Seventeenth century
A Treatise on the Jurisdiction and Practice of the Court of Star-Chamber, with the Privileges of the Lord Chancellor or Lord Keeper therein, 1635 - 1635
Dedicated to the Earl of Warwick.
Legal treatise by Sir John Doderidge. On the back of the last leaf someone has written 'ye 11 Jan. 1639'.
Accompts relating to the Pipe Office of the Exchequer, for the City of London, 2-14 Charles I, 1625 - 1639
This is an original Register, much worn by use, and in various places bearing the signatures of the Remembrancers and Auditors of the Exchequer.
(1) 'The proceedings which happened between Lady Frances Howard & Robert Earl of Essex' (see also MS Dd.06.08 no. 2), with an address to Sir Thomas Bromley, dated 8 May 1626 and signed 'Jo: [...]ood'; 'The great oyer of poysoning' appears on the flyleaf; (2) 'The proceedings against Richard Weston and others for the murder of Sir Thos. Overbury'.
Acta Curiæ Ecclesiasticæ peculiaris et exemptæ Jurisdictionis de Tredington, cum membris legitimis, in Diocesi Wigorniensi, 1576 - 1686
A compendium of Acts of Parliament regarding merchants of the staple, 2 Edw. III to 20 Hen. VI, 65 folios. The title suggests the 'xxxvith yere of Kynge Henry the sixt' as the date of composition.
An indented abstract of the fines and amercements levied in the Courts of the Manor of Fordington, co. Dorset., in the 15 James I, 1603 - 1625
'Twenty arguments against the oath of alleadgiance propounded to Mr Preston and other defenders of the said oath in satisfaction of a late bitter provocation published on that subject in the name of Mr Howard by a lay Catholic'. The work referred to appears to be ‘A patterne of Christian loyaltie ...’ by William Howard, London, 1634.