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3 edition of Cases determined in the Court of King"s Bench; during the I, II & III years of Charles I. found in the catalog.

Cases determined in the Court of King"s Bench; during the I, II & III years of Charles I.

England and Wales. Court of King"s Bench.

Cases determined in the Court of King"s Bench; during the I, II & III years of Charles I.

by England and Wales. Court of King"s Bench.

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Published by From the translator"s press. in Newbern [N.C.] .
Written in English

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  • Law reports, digests, etc. -- Great Britain.

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    StatementCollected by John Latch, of the Middle Temple, Esquire, first published, in Norman-French, (1661,) by Edward Walpoole, of Gray"s Inn, Esquire. ; Translated into the English language, by Francois-Xavier Martin.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 25451., Early American imprints -- no. 25702.
    ContributionsLatch, John, d. 1655., Martin, Franc ʹois-Xavier, 1762-1846, tr.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[244] p.
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14592158M

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Reports of Cases Taken and Adjudged in the Court of Chancery, in the Reign of King Charles I., Charles II., James II., William III. and Queen Anne: Being Special Cases and Most of Them Decreed with the Assistance of the Judges, and All of Them Referring to the Register Books Wherein are Settled Several Points of Equity, Law and Practice.

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The Earliest Cases. Bracton's Note Book: A Collection of Cases Decided in the King's Courts During the Reign of Henry the Third (F.W. Maitland, ed., reprint of ed.) (KD B72 & online in HeinOnline's Legal Classics Library) includes about 2, cases from the years These texts are almost exclusively in Latin.

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