A Catalogue of the Printed Books and Manuscripts in the Library of the Inner Temple: Arranged in Classes

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T. C. Hansard, 1833 - Law - 289 pages
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Page 111 - ORIGINAL LETTERS, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III., by various Persons of Rank or Consequence.
Page 122 - History of Political Transactions, and of Parties, from the Restoration of Charles II. to the Death of King William.
Page 264 - Peter Langtoft's chronicle, (as illustrated and improved by Robert of Brunne,) from the death of Cadwallader to the end of king Edward the first's reign. Transcribed from a manuscript in the Inner Temple library. By Thomas Hearne, MA To which is added, a glossary and other curious papers. 2 vols. London, 1810.
Page 145 - Histoire du traité de la paix conclue sur la frontière d'Espagne et de France entre les deux couronnes, en l'an 1659.
Page 108 - Cabala ; sive Scrinia Sacra : Mysteries of State and Government in Letters of Illustrious Persons, &c. in the Reigns of Henry VIII., Elizabeth, James I., and Charles I. folio, London, 1691. [Ff. 3. 23.] • Another Copy, folio, London, 1691. [R. 2. 34.] Memorials of Affairs of State in the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James I., collected (chiefly) from the Original Papers of the Right Hon. Sir Ralph WINWOOD, Knight. Edited by Edmund Sawyer.
Page 169 - View of the ancient and present State of the Churches of Door, Home-Lacy, and Hempsted ; with Memoirs of the Scudamore Family ; 4to, plates, neat, 12s.
Page 115 - History of the Civil Wars of England, from 1640 to 1660 12mo.
Page 282 - Extracts from the Records, wherein may be collected by what means the Kings of England have and may raise money ; the Proceedings against Mary, Queen of Scots, &c. ; Bacon on the use of the Law ; Ordinances made by the Lord Chancellor (Bacon) for the better administration of Justice in the Chancery (1618); Sir Francis Bacon's Speech at the arraignment of Lord Sanquer (1612) ; cases in...
Page 47 - INDEX (an) to the Records, with directions to the several places where they are to be found. And short explanations of the different kinds of Rolls, Writs, &c.
Page 60 - CRUISE (William) on Fines and Recoveries. 4th Ed. 2 vols. in one. Dublin, 1790. 1 vol. CRUISE (William) on the Origin and Nature of Dignities or Titles of Honor. 2d Ed. London, 1823. 1 vol.

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