Licenses and pardons extracted from the rolls [manuscript], ca. 1640.


Licenses and pardons extracted from the rolls [manuscript], ca. 1640.

Extracted by William Grymes. Notes of licenses and exemptions, etc., granted by the crown for a variety of subjects, temp. Henry VIII through Elizabeth I; and of pardons granted Henry VIII through 13 Charles I. Also, Noye's argument on Admiralty jurisdiction, in the King's Bench, Trinity term 1627 (p. 54).

92 p. ; 31 x 21 cm.

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