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Eight Centuries of Reports: Or, Eight Hundred Cases Solemnly Adjudged in the Exchequer-Chamber, or, Upon Writs of Error [1220-1623]: Published Originally in French and Latin by Judge Jenkins

carefully translated by Theodore Barlow ... with the addition of many thousand references: particularly to such statutes as have been altered or amended by the law
London : Printed by W. Strahan and M. Woodfall, for J. Worrall and B. Tovey, 1771.
The 3rd ed. corrected : with a table of the principal matters
French (translated from)
Latin (translated from)
viii, [8], 341 (i.e. 346), [28] p. ; 33 cm.
  • Paging irregular, following the starred paging of earlier edition inset in the margin of the text.
  • "There are actually few Exchequer cases among them, and they would come more appropriately, perhaps, under the head of King's Bench reports. The book is more like an abridgment than like an ordinary volume of reports, most of the cases being taken from other reporters. The word centuries is not used here in its chronological meaning, but indicates that the cases are grouped by hundreds." cf. Soule, Lawyer's ref. manual, 1884.
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LAW: 1828 Catalogue.
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