The first part of a brief register, kalendar and survey of the several kinds, forms of all parliamentary vvrits

Publication Date1659
Remaindercomprising in 3. sections, all writs, forms of summons to great councils, parliaments, convocations in the Tower, from the 5th of King John (1203) till 23 Edw 4. (1483) to all sorts of spiritual and temporal Lords, greatmen (members of,) and the Kings counsil (assistants to) the House of Lords: with other rare writs, and 4. exact alphabetical, chronological tables: 1. Of all abbots, priors, masters of orders, clergy-men, (except bishops:) 2. Of all dukes, earls, forreign kings, marquesses, princes of Wales: 3. Of all lay-barons, lords, vicounts [sic], great men: 4. Of all the Kings counsil (justices, clerks, or other officers) with the several numbers of each of them, and of bishops, summoned to every council, parliament, and the years, rolls, dorses in every kings reign, wherein their names are recorded. Illustrated with choice, usefull annotations, observations concerning these writs differences, alterations, entries in the clause rolls: the stiles, titles, additions of patriarcha, cardinalis, electus, confirmatus, magister, &c given in them to spiritual; ... With other particulars. Publishing more rarities, rectifying more errors in vulgar writers, touching our parliaments, than any former treatises of this subject. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolnes Inne
Extent[40], 120, 113-223, [8], 228-300, 313-16, 309-312, 317-332, 233-240, 341-412, 395-450, [2] p.
Publisherprinted for the author, and sold by Edward Thomas in Little Britain, and Henry Brome in Ivy-Lane


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