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life of the Right Honourable Sir Edward Coke, knt., lord chief justice of the king"s bench, &c.

Humphry W. Woolrych

life of the Right Honourable Sir Edward Coke, knt., lord chief justice of the king"s bench, &c.

by Humphry W. Woolrych

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Published by Rothman Reprints in South Hackensack, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA390.1.C7 W6 1972
    The Physical Object
    Pagination243 p.
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4919212M
    LC Control Number76181857

    Special livery to the said John and to Sir Humphrey Conyngesby, justice of the King’s Bench, Sir William Denys, Sir John Welshe, Sir Edward Wadham, Christopher Codryngton, Thomas Lucas, Edmund Wykys, and William Conyngesby, as trustees to the use of the said John, on all the possessions of the said Richard, the reversions of the manors of. now Lord Barham. The four daughters of Sir Edward Des Bouverie were, dleton, married to John 1. Jane, De L'Eau, of London, merchant. 2. Anne, wedded to Sir Philip Boteler, of Teston, in the county of Kent, Baronet. 3. Mary. And, 4. Elizabeth j who both died unmarried. was created * They were of Lady Edward Des Bouverie, Knt. Baronet on February.

    Bacon's Letter to the King, asking Promotion, Another Letter to the King respecting Office of Attorney General, Intrigue for removing Sir E. Coke froml being Chief Justice of the Common Pleas to be Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Bacon Attorney General, Dialogue between Mr. Attorney and Chief Justice Coke, At college he formed a friendship with Thomas Denman, after- wards Solicitor General to Queen Caroline, and Lord Chief Justice of England, created Lord Denman in For some youthful indiscretion they were, as an im- position, ordered to repeat three hundred verses from memory.

    An impartial sketch of the life of Thomas Paine, author of "Common sense," "Rights of man," &c. &c. London, Printed for, and sold by T. Browne. To which is added, his letters to Mr. Henry Dundas, to Lord Onslow, to the Marquis of Landsdowne, to the authors of the Republican, to the Abbe Syeyes, and to the people of France. Full text of "Lives of eminent serjeants-at-law of the English bar" See other formats.


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