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Praxis Almae Curiae Cancellariae: A Collection of Precedents by Bill and Answer, Plea and Demurer, in Causes of the Greatest Moment (Wherein Equity Hath Been Allowed) Which Have Been Commenced in the High Court of Chancery, for More Than 30. Years Last Past. With Appeals (in Seve Cases of Great Difficulty) to the House of Peers in Parliament, and the Proceedings Thereupon. Also, a Compleat Collection of All the Writs and Process Concerning the Same. Together With a Praeliminary Discourse, by Way of Rules, Succinctly and Methodically Drawn Up, Containing the Practice of the Said Court, in Every Particular Branch of the Equitable Part Thereof

Brown, William
Format
Book
Published
London, Printed for A. Roper and E. Wilkinson, 1694-1695.
Language
English
Description
2 v. 20 cm.
Notes
  • Vol. 2 has imprint: London, Printed for E. Wilkinson, and sold by her and A. Roper.
  • Also attributed to Sir Robert Heath. cf. Halkett & Laing and Harvard Univ. Law School Library Catalogue, 1909.
Local Notes
LAW: 1828 Catalogue.
Technical Details
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