Found in 463 Collections and/or Records:
Precedents of warrants, releases, indentures, etc. in the time of King Charles II. On the flyleaf is written 'Presidents, anno 1678'.
Miscellaneous law precedents, probably collected by the book's owner, William Prigg. The most modern date is 1680.
A collection of law precedents, written in various hands. Near the end was commenced an index, but it contains references under the word 'Conditions' only.
In addition to the precedents, the volume contains a petition to the king from Bulstrode Whitelocke seeking redress for expenses occasioned in burying a student of the Middle Temple. The handwriting of the volume is ascribed to Whitelocke, but the character of it does not resemble his signature in MS Dd.05.07.
A collection of law precedents in conveyancing; at f. 132 appears 'The argument of Sir Christopher Wray lord chiefe justice of the king's bench upon chaunteries'. With an index.
The manuscript has a table of contents at the beginning.
Law Precedents, Narrationes in Placitis, Narrationes in Quod permittat, and Prohibitio, Seventeenth century
(1) Law Precedents. They consist of forms of deeds of mortgage, lease, bargain and sale, assignment, conditions, etc. The following are written from the other end of the book. (2) Narrationes in Placitis. (3) 'Narrationes in Quod permittat,' and 'Prohibitio’.
Law precendents, court guidelines, and articles for enquiry, Sixteenth and/or early seventeenth centuries
(1) Law precedents in the reigns of King Edward VI and Queen Elizabeth I, much torn; (2) 'The order and charge of keeping a court leete'; (3) 'The order and charge of keeping a court barone'; (4) 'Articles to be enquired on by the vice admiral' and 'Rates of the Admiralty for the marshall'.
Law Reports from Mich. Term 1 Elizabeth I, to Hilary Term 45 Elizabeth I, with a few from 18 Henry VI. to 5 and 6 Philip and Mary, Seventeenth century
Ffos 1v-5v: index to cases in a second hand. fos 6, 7, 212v-16: blank. fo. 1: enciphered notes in main hand. inside front cover: 'M.3.29', in indexer's hand.
They correspond almost verbatim with Hobart's Reports, ending with No. 83, page 70, of the 5th edition, printed in 1724.
These are the Reports of Sir Henry Hobart. At the end is a table of contents and an index of subjects.
Ledes. Rentale ibidem factum coram Thoma Womwell locum tenente Domini Ricardi [? Neville], Militis, Senescalli ibidem, et Thoma Somercotes, Auditore, virtute literarum. Regis de Warranto dat. apud Westm., 17 Feb., 3 Henrici VI.', Seventeenth century
At the end is the autograph signature of Thomas Potts.
(1) 'The case of shippe-money, Mich. 13 Caroli, in the exchequer chamber, argued by Mr St John of Lincoln's Inne, utter-barrister, on the behalfe of Mr Hambden'; (2) 'The argument of Sr. Edward Litleton, knight, sollicitor for the king, of the Inner Temple, made in the exchequer chamber pro rege'; (3) 'The replye of Mr Holborne of Lincolne's Inne to the argument of Mr Sollicitor, 20 Octobris, 13 Caroli, in camera scaccarii'. See also MSS Ii.05.27 and Ii.05.30.
Extracts from the code and digest of the canon law. On one page occurs the distich 'Some hornes doe weare and blowe them not, / Some cookowldes are and knowe yt not'.
(1) A collection of readings, cases and arguments upon the statute of pluralities and advowsons (13 Eliz.); (2) A collection of law precedents.
‘A brief compendary declaring the lawe courts or places above at London and also the officers therewith. Instruction to practise at the Comen Plees ...’; it appears to be the notebook of a practising attorney, and the latter portion of the book contains notes of charges allowed on certain proceedings. Towards the end appears ‘Φ Εδμονδ θυγθ’.
Legal notebook of two attorneys, possibly Stephen Driffield and George Fothergill, containing formulary, and reports of cases in Yorkshire and Westminster, 198 pages.
A notebook of various points of criminal law. It commences with the distinction between murder and manslaughter, and ends with the right of a prisoner to exercise his power of challenge.
(1) Observations on stat. 11 Hen. VII c. 20, in 11 divisions; (2) fragmentary legal notes. Bound with MS Ee.05.34, a late-medieval fragment of the register of the collegiate church of St Burien in Cornwall.
Twelve readings on various legal topics. At the beginning is 'Frowyk lector'.
Notes of readings delivered during the years 1602-1610, by Ley, Crue, Hubbert, Bawtry, Hitchcocke, Trefuze, Prowd, Denham, Delabere, Moore, Methwold, Diggs, Tucker and Waltham. Also 12 leaves of notes from law cases in the reigns of King Edward VI and Queen Elizabeth I.