Arguments delivered by the twelve judges in 1638 on the case of John Hampden (1594-1643) concerning the legality of ship-money, 1713.

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Arguments delivered by the twelve judges in 1638 on the case of John Hampden (1594-1643) concerning the legality of ship-money, 1713.

Arguments delivered by the twelve judges in 1638 on the case of John Hampden (1594-1643) concerning the legality of ship-money, 1713.

Manuscript, in a single hand, of records of arguments by members of Parliament regarding John Hampden's refusal to pay ship-money to King Charles I. The manuscript includes speeches by Lord Chief Justice Finch, Sir John Bramston, and "A True Coppy of Mr. Justice Crookes Argument."

1 v. (271 p.) ; 32 cm.

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