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The excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world [electronic resource] : asserted in a learned reading upon the statute of 35 H. 8. Cap. 6 : concerning tryals by jury of twelve men, and tales be circumstanibus / by Thomas Williams, late of the Inner Temple, Esq.; sometime speaker of the Commons House in Parliament : II. Mr. Risden's reading upon the statute of 21 H. 8. Chap. 19. of avowries; III. Judge Hale's opinion in some select cases; IV. Certain cases which have been formerly mooted by the Society of Greys-Inn.

Author/Creator:
Williams, Thomas, 1513?-1566.
Publication:
[London] : Norman Nelson, [1680]
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (170, 195-318 pages)
Series:
LLMC-digital (Series)
Manufacture:
London : Printed by the assigns of R. and E. Atkins, Esquires, 1680.
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Other Title:
Certain select moot cases, intituled, Les cases de Greys-Inn, which have been formerly mooted by that Society
Subjects:
Law -- England.
Language:
Prefaces and title pages in English, the remainder in French.
System Details:
Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (LLMC Digital, viewed September 8, 2015).
Tracts II-IV have special title-pages.
Cited in:
Wing W2772
Contributor:
Gray's Inn.
Contains:
Hale, Matthew, 1609-1676. Judge Hale, his opinion in some select cases.
Risden, Thomas. Cases of Mr. Risden, in his reading in August, 1612, upon the statute of the 21 H. 8. Cap. 19 of avowries.
Other format:
Print version: Williams, Thomas, 1513?-1566. Excellency and præheminence of the lavv of England, above all other humane lawes in the world.
OCLC:
767351752
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Restricted for use by site license.