Jurisdictions, or, The lawful authority of courts leet, courts baron, court of marshallseyes, court of pypowder, and ancient demesne [microform] : together with the most necessary learning of tenures, and all their incidents of essoyns, imparlance, view : of all manner of pleadings, of contracts, of the nature of all sorts of actions, of maintenance : of diverse other things, very profitable for all students of Innes of Court and Chancery, and a most perfect directory for all stewards of any the said courts / heretofore writ in French, by ... John Kitchin ... ; and now mostly exactly rendred to more ample advantage in the English tongue, with a demonstrative table, pointing out all matter of consequence throughout the whole work ; whereunto is added the authentick formes of all manner of writs, with their severall returnes in English, very usefull for all men, in this commonwealth, as they be now used.
- London : Printed for M. Walbancke ..., H. Twyford ..., and J. Place ..., 1653.
, 6-602,  p.
- The second edition.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 638:1.