An exact book of entries, of the most select judicial writs used in the common-law.
Translated from the original manuscript, which was collected by the hands of that eminent clerk, Robert Moyle ... quoting ... book-cases, opinions of judges, number rolls, and many other requisites, for the confirmation of every entry, whereof none have been ever published before. By J.H. Gent.
|Main Author:||Moyle, Robert.|
|Related Names:||Gent, J. H.|
London, Printed for R. Crofts, 1658.
Pages from 128- numbered irregularly.
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