The clerk of assize, judges-marshall, and cryer being the true manner and form of the proceedings at the assizes and generall goale-delivery, both in the crown court and nisi prius court : and the right wayes of entering of all pleas, verdicts, judgments, and orders in either of the said courts by T. W.

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  • Criminal procedure -- Great Britain,
  • Nisi prius,
  • Courts -- Great Britain

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Other titlesPrincipia sive maxima legum Angliae a Galllico sermone collecta.
Statementby T.W. ; to which is added, an ancient brief tract of the common lawes of England, written in Latine.
ContributionsThomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
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LC ClassificationsKD8277 .T8 1660
The Physical Object
Pagination[8], 69, [3] p. ;
Number of Pages69
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Open LibraryOL23204811M
LC Control Number2009389560

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