Law tracts

Publication Date1737
Remaindercontaining 1. A proposition for compiling and amendment of our laws. 2. An offer of a digest of the laws. 3. The elements of the common laws of England, containing a collection of some principal rules and maxims of the common law, with their latitude and extent. 4. The use of the law for preservation of our persons, goods and good names, according to the practice of the laws and customs of this land. 5. Cases of treason, felony, praemunire, prerogative of the king, of the office of a constable. 6. Arguments in law in certain great and difficult cases, viz. of impeachment of waste. Low's case of tenures. Of revocation of uses. The jurisdiction of the Marches. 7. Ordinances in Chancery for the better and more regular administration of justice in the Chancery, to be daily observed, saving the prerogative of the Court. 8. Reading on the statute of uses. By Francis Bacon. Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High Chancellor of England.
PublisherIn the Savoy: printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of Edw. Sayer, Esq;) for R. Gosling at the Crown and Mitre against Fetter-Lane End, Fleet-Street


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