Bibliotheca legum: or, A catalogue of the common and statute law books of this realm

E. Brooke (successor to J. Worrall and B. Tovey), 1777 - 172 pages

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Page 70 - The History and Antiquities of the Exchequer of the Kings of England from the Norman Conquest to the end of the Reign of Edward II...
Page 26 - FODINAE REGALES. Or The History, Laws and Places of the Chief Mines and Mineral Works in England. Wales, and the English Pale in Ireland. As also of the Mint and Money. With a Clavis Explaining some difficult Words relating to Mines, &c.
Page 113 - CUNNINGHAM'S (T.) Reports in KB, 7 to 10 Geo. II. ; to which is prefixed a Proposal for rendering the Laws of England clear and certain, humbly offered to the Consideration of both Houses of Parliament.
Page 48 - White, or the Great Question, whether an action lies at common law for an elector, who is denied his vote for members of Parliament, debated and resolved.
Page 73 - Court, and with the concurrence of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, doth hereby, in pursuance and 'execution of the powers given by the...
Page 120 - REPORTS and cases of practice in the Court of Common Pleas, in the reigns of Anne, George I.
Page 136 - OF THE REALME OF SCOTLAND maid in Parliamentis haldin be the rycht excellent, hie and mychtie Princeis Kingis James the first, secund, thrid...
Page 100 - ... Shipowner's Lien for Freight" — "Collision" — and " Maritime Lien." Abstracts of the most important provisions of Statutes, and of all the Cases decided up to the time of publication, have been inserted in their appropriate places. The Index has been considerably extended. The Appendix contains the text of all the Acts of Parliament now in force relating to the subjects of this Treatise ; the Orders of the Board of Admiralty respecting Lights and Signals ; the Forms sanctioned by the Board...
Page 48 - Free Parliaments ; or an Argument on their Constitution ; proving some of their powers to be independent : to which is added an Appendix of Original Letters and Papers which passed between the Court of Hanover and a Gentleman at London, touching the right of the Duke of Cambridge [afterwards George I.] to reside in England and sit in Parliament :' 8vo, London, 1731. He is also the author of the tract entitled ' Jurisdiction of the Chancery as a Court of Equity re-searched...
Page 50 - A Treatise of the Rights of the Crown, declaring how the King of England may support and increase his Annual Revenues.

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