Found in 390 Collections and/or Records:
Reports of cases decided in all the courts between 36 Eliz. I and 17 James I, with an index of cases in a later handwriting.
Reports of cases decided chiefly in the King's Bench, between 26 Eliz. I and 15 James I. To these are prefixed (ff. 1-3) resolutions of the judges concerning the stannaries in Devon and Cornwall, 3 Charles I.
Reports of cases decided in the King's Bench from Michaelmas Term, 20 James I, to Hilary Term, 22 James I.
Reports of cases in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, chiefly from the 24th to the 30th year, with an index of the cases.
Reports of cases adjudged chiefly in the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I, with index. The running title of the first 23 leaves is 'Les reports de serjeant Bendloes'; but the manuscript does not correspond with the series published in 1689 with the title 'Les reports de Gulielme Benloe, serjeant del ley'.
Reports from 36 to 40 Elizabeth I. At the end is an incompete index of subjects, according to which they are partly arranged.
Reports of cases adjudged in the common pleas and exchequer from 7 to 13 James I. Damaged by damp.
Law reports from 34 to 39 Eliz. I. The leaves are numbered throughout, and the first 11 are lost. There is an index, and a few more reports in banco regis, at the end.
Reportes hors de le banck le roy'; MS Gg.02.19 extends from Paschæ 5to to Trin. 10, MS Gg.02.20 from Mich. 10 to Pasch. 13 Car. I. The first case in the series is 'Jones v. Harris', in which the plaintiff as serjeant-at-arms for the marches of Wales prefers his bill against Sir Thomas Harris for his fees. The last is an anonymous case against an executor to recover a debt. With an index.
The volume consists of reports of cases in all the three courts from Mich. 2 to Mich. 11th James 1st; many of them have the pleadings set out very carefully. The first case is that of Weldinge v. Coppinge in the king's bench, the last is Chambelaine's case in the exchequer.
Reports comenceant Pasch. 19 Jac. et finiant Pas. 3 Car'; the greater part of the volume consists of a transcript of Benloe's reports in the edition of 1661. At the beginning is a note 'Memm to examine this book by the little book anned to it'.
Cases adjudged in the common pleas in the 15th, 16th and 17th years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
From Easter term, 37 Eliz. I to Hilary term, 39 Eliz. I. Reversing the book, at the other end is 'Aileworth's case', extending over 22 leaves, and that 'Betweene Harvey pl. and Farye def.', extending over 18 leaves.
Reports of cases in the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I, chiefly the latter; they are for the most part between 26 and 29 Eliz. I, and 1 and 6 James I. At the end of the book is an index of cases, in a later hand.
Law reports from Michaelmas term 37 Eliz. I to Easter term 38 Eliz. I
Notes of law cases, decided chiefly in the later years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, with a very few in the reigns of King James I and King Charles I. There are tables of contents at the beginning and end.
Law reports from the first eight years of the reign of King James I, chiefly of cases decided in the king's bench, with a few in the common bench, exchequer and court of wards. The earlier part of the book is a transcript of Crokes reports, and commences with the memorandum from Croke that the Michaelmas term 1 James I was adjourned in consequence of the plague.
Common bench reports from Easter term 1 James I to Michaelmas term 22 James I.
(1) 'Reports of Hilary Term, 15 Jas. I.' (2) 'Reports in B. R. in Mich. and Hill. 20 Jas. I.'. The volume contains many cases not reported in Croke.
The reports are of the following terms: Mich. 4. Car. I; Hil. 4. Car. I; Pas. 5. Car. I; Trin. 5. Car. I; Mich. 5. Car. I; Hil. 5. Car. I; Trin. 6. Car. I; Mich. 6. Car. I; Hil. 6. Car. I; Pasc. 7. Car. I; Trin. 7. Car I.
Reports on cases in the King's Bench and other courts between the dates 'Paschæ 34 Eliz.' and 'Ter. Trinitat. 14 Jacobi'.
Reports of cases adjudged chiefly in the King's Bench, 28-30 Eliz I.
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