Found in 378 Collections and/or Records:
The category - Teaching, learning and research records - comprises records relating to curriculum delivery and examination, further research and the award of degrees; also such adjuncts to study as laboratories, the Botanic Garden and University Library.
86 folios: (fo. i) index; (fos iv-v) index to 'instruments written in the other lytell buike' (scored through); (fos viii-ix) instrument dated 1573 (scored through). Inside the front cover: 'Liber secundus'.
Register of the acts of the court of the Lord-Commissioners in causes ecclesiastical, Seventeenth century
Contains entries from Michaelmas term 1631 to Hilary term 1633.
The case in chancery of conveying a park [Ridmarley] and mill in Worcestershire, by Bishop Ridley, Bishop of London'; the title is in a more recent hand than the report, which has been headed by the scribe 'Shepside pl. Mountjoye Serle and Stone d[eff.]. A parke called Ridmerly and a mill joyning thereto'. On three waste leaves at the end are a lawyer's bill, some notes relating to the above case, and other memoranda.
Brief reports of cases in King's Bench, Mich. 1663 to Mich. 1664, probably taken at first hand, including a few 'Chequer Chamber' cases. There is also an alphabetical table of the names of cases.
Incomplete at end, the last case breaking off at foot of fo. 68r. fos. 68v-140: blank. fo. 2: 'David Hope Empt. 17mo die Novembris 1735'. fo. 3: Puttick and Simpson sale reference.
Judgements in cases in Lahore and Amritsar.
Particulars of a sale in fee-farm of lands to Ralph Freeman, Esq., and others by King Charles I. There are six pages at the end concerning a similar sale. See also MSS Dd.13.18 and Ee.03.07.
'Copyed from the Bishop of Worcester's copy that was taken after the originall under My Ld Ch. Justice Hales own hand before it was abused.' pp. ii-vi, 105-10: blank.
Notes for speeches and lectures on various subjects including international affairs (including law), the Labour Party, disarmament, sports and athletics, the London School of Economics and the League of Nations.
‘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.
This collection consists of political and legal papers. The earlier papers mostly relate to Silkin's time at Attorney General including correspondence files, press cuttings and printed papers. The later papers consist of Bills, correspondence and proceedings from the House of Lords as well as constituency correspondence and papers relating to Silkin's other interests.
Papers including correspondence, legal case papers, speeches and articles.
The material held at Churchill Archives Centre deals with Sir Dingle's career as a Liberal and then a Labour Member of Parliament, as well as with his distinguished position in the legal profession, particularly with regard to Commonwealth countries and with his literary skills.
Includes correspondence, legal papers, lectures, and later material relating to Lauterpacht's biography by his son, Sir Elihu Lauterpacht.
(1) ‘Some considerations concerning episcopacie’, seventeenth century; (2) ‘Chronologicæ demonstratio’, seventeenth century; (3) brief notes on parts of the epistles to the Galatians, Colossians, Thessalonians, and the Revelation of St John, seventeenth century; (4) divinity commonplace book, seventeenth century; (5) moot cases, in legal French, eighteenth century.
'Sketch of a plan for a new translation of the Anglo-Saxon laws etc.', unsigned.
Causes in chancerie gathered by Sir George Davys one of the masters of the chancerie anno 1601 out of the labours of Mr William Lambert'.
A readinge or declaracion of th' authorityes, libertyes, and offices of a forest, made uppon the statute called Carta de foresta by one Traherne de Lincoln's Inn'.
The work is divided into two parts. The first is 'The abridgement of forme of process befor the lords', together with 'The tabulating of summons'. The second is 'Ane abridgement of the most materiall acts of parliament selected according to the order of the alphabet, by Sir Andrew Gilmour, advocate, knight and baronett, 1668'.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.