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'Exposition de faits stats sentences et parrolx'.
The manuscript appears to be the commonplace book of a law student; on only one page is there more than 3 or 4 lines of writing. According to some marginal notes at the corner of each page, the work was written between February 1611 and June 1612. The names of Harris, Endamore, Clarke, Peters and Starkey are affixed to the dates in some of the pages, and in one place appears 'Harris au libraire', 31 March 1612.
The contents cover various points of common law. With an index.
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.
Arranged alphabetically from 'Abeyance' to 'Waiver des choses', and consisting of two parts, the second, from f. 220 to f. 374, being an appendix of omitted matter. There is a table of contents at the beginning.
Contains extracts from statutes, etc.
Contains entries from 'Abator' to 'Estoppele'. See also MS Dd.05.23.
Alphabetically arranged from 'Abatement del bre.' to 'Gard, and gardein en chilry.' See also MS Dd.05.22.
Contains extracts from statutes, under headings ranging from 'Accompt' to 'Villinage'. With an index. Five leaves are missing at the commencement.
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 1620, and some other charges.
Arranged alphabetically. A great many of the titles have no entries under them.
Nearly the whole of the pages are blank.
With an alphabetical table of contents; many of the leaves are blank. On the first leaf is a record of a money transaction between Edward Bullocke of Muche Wyborowe, Essex, and William Atwood, dated 1 May anno regni Elizabeth xxix. To f. 70 is affixed a letter of one Jos. Wood, dated 26 June 1599, begging a friend to discharge some debts. At the beginning is written a Latin distich.
On the first 40 folios the articles are numbered, and followed by an index. Folios 90-153 are occupied with cases in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Throughout the book many of the titles have no entries under them. At the end is an index to the folios after 40.
Written by various hands some from the commencement of and some from the end of the seventeenth century; one document, 'a retayner for a nobleman's chaplain', contains a date, 31 July 1660.
Two commonplace books on legal subjects; one consists of short notes, the other is more formal.
Based on the reports, etc., of Sir Edward Coke.
This series contains files on each topic set out in Joseph Needham's grand plan for 'Science and Civilisation in China'.
Contains entries from 'Abbe' to 'Remander'.
The law notebook of a student. With an index. In poor condition. Found in the volume is a letter from Henry Hobarte of Lincoln's Inn to a nephew, dated 'Serjeants Inn in Fleet Streete', 10 October 1614.
Those readers whose names are given are Anthony Wood, 3 Edw. VI; Robert Brooke, 5 Edw. VI; Thomas Barker, 27 February 1614; Nicholas Hyde (afterwards chief justice of he king's bench), 10 March 1616; and Richard Hodzer, 15 James I; all of the Middle Temple. The manuscript is written in various hands of the early part of the seventeenth century.