Reports of cases, 1609-1628.


Reports of cases, 1609-1628.

Contains reports in four series: (1) Court of Wards, Pas. 6 Jac. 1 (1609); (2) various courts, Mich. 15 to Mich 17 Jac. I (1617-1619); (3) 'Cases resolved in the Court of Wardsby the judges assistants to that court and there decreed accordingly', Pas. 7 to Pas. 17 Jac. I (1610-1620); (4) Common Pleas and King's Bench, 20 Jac. I to Mich. 4 Car. I. (1622-1628), the reporter referring in the first person to his appointment as justice of the King's Bench in Mich. 1624 (fo. 103v), ending 'Finis relationum Mr. Just. Jones (i.e. Sir William Jones).

1 v. (160 ff.) 29 cm.

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