Found in 463 Collections and/or Records:
Printers sheets, lecture notes and notes on constitutional history and law.
Also with a scrapbook compiled by Fredegond Shove
With an index of cases. They are cases adjudged in the K. B. and C. B. in the reign of Eliz. and the early part of James I.
(1) ‘Haddingtoune's Practicques, from November, 1609, to 1613; and from Januarie, 1622, to the 30 July, 1623.' (2) 'Ane breife Summ or compend of [Sir Alexander Gibson of] Durie's two volumes of practicques, alphabeticallie digested into titles, etc.' (Contains decisions of the Lords of Council and Session from 2 July, 1621, to 16 July, 1642.)
Henry Elsynge, 'Judicature in Parliament', 81 folios. On folio i v is 'E Libris MSS Geo. Pryme Hospit: Lincol: Westmon. AD 1806'. The entry at front of the volume is to George Pryme, M.A. (1781-1868), the only son of Christopher Pryme of Hull. George attended Trinity College, Cambridge, and was admitted to Lincoln's Inn in 1803. He was Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, 1828-1863.
This series contains files on each topic set out in Joseph Needham's grand plan for 'Science and Civilisation in China'.
Index of subjects and Table of cases to a collection of Law Reports, Elizabeth I–Charles I., Seventeenth century
Arranged alphabetically, commencing with 'Chivaler' and ending with 'Staple', which is not complete. The manuscript is incomplete at the beginning, the leaves being numbered from 9 to 47.
Inquisitiones post mortem and other court and legal documents relating to Cambridgeshire and the locality, Seventeenth century
'A booke of inquisicons taken at Cambridge and Hunt.', concerning the estates of various people, in the years 1636-39 and 1644. At the end are inserted various forms for legal documents and 'fforma elegendi episc. Eliens'.
Inventories of the 'Auncient Courte Rolls ingrossed in Partchment of His Highnes' Mannors of Chertsey, Beamound, Thorpe, and Egham in the Countie of Surrey', 1603 - 1625
Mem. 2 is a duplicate of mem. 1. Attached to mem. 3 is a memorandum signed and sealed by Sir Tho. Neale, Auditor, that he had received from the Steward the Rolls mentioned in the Inventories, dated Nov. 17, 1606. The last mem. contains an Inventory of such Rolls as were remaining in the hands of John Hammond, M.D., and were delivered to the Commissioners of Revenue by Mary the Widow of the said Dr Hammond, June 8, 1618. At the foot is the autograph signature of Mary Hammond.
Abstracts of cases, precedents, pardons, and fines, with related material, temp. Edward I - temp. Edward IV. Second hand at pp. 51-3. Third hand intermingled with main hand at pp. 147-58. Inside front cover: bookplate of Sir William Betham, Ulster King of Arms, and on p. 1 his autograph with the date 19 Sep. 1840.
John Frederick Stanford: Commentary on the Custom of Judicial Combat between Man and Wife in Wurtzburg
'Curious Custom of Judicial Combat between Man and Wife according to Statutes of the ancient City of Wurtzburg', a commentary to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 6 December 1841, by J.F. Stanford, 10 folios. On folios 6 and 7 are nine drawings. Folios 8-10 are blank, as is the verso. On fo. 1v is '49' (circled). The manuscript is in a box with MS.Add.6573/2.
Autobiographical fragment, covering Harwood's life to October 1689, 95 folios. The writer's identity is not given, but has been established from internal evidence. The writing is on the recto of fos 3-17, with occasional notes or prayers on facing pages and on fo. 92v. The lower half of fo. 16 and the upper half of fo. 16a are torn out. The remainder of the volume is blank.
'A true coppie of Mr Justice Crook's argument XIIIo Aprilis anno dom. 1638 upon the case of the scire facias out of the exchequer against John Hampden esquire'.
From the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
A notebook of various law cases between 24 Hen. VI and 39 Eliz. I. The points noticed are principally those bearing on pleading; the work itself is abruptly terminated. In one place is written 'Hors des repts de Sr Jo. Walter, kt'.
Law cases and readings from Finch, Stone, Weare, Trotman, Jorden, Prideaux and others from 1612 to 1615, and of Mownson, Egerton, Coke and Lea from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The five commencing folios appear to be a continuation of another volume. Between the two classes of readings is inserted an alphabetical index to the first set of readings, after which appears a Latin couplet headed 'My saviour'.
Contains an abridgement of the law, digested alphabetically from 'Abjuration' to 'Women'; also Sir J. Davis's charge to the grand jury at York in 16–, and some other charges.
Begins 'Patents grants le roy' and ends with 'Servants, apprentices'. Incomplete. The last ten pages are in darker ink, and appear to belong to another commonplace book, containing matter relating to 'Bridges, brewers, boaten, watermen and barges', in a more modern hand than the preceding matter.
Contains an index.
The entries run from 'Abridgement de plaint' to 'Wast'.