Reports of cases, 1677-1701.


Reports of cases, 1677-1701.

'The cases in this book were copied from a manuscript notebook of Holt C.J. which is also in the possession of Dr. Lee.' (signed) H. M. (i.e. Henry Mcnamara). They extend from 1677 to 1701.

[3], 174 leaves ; 26 cm.

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