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1630, Jurisdiction of the Star-Chamber Court
Star-Chamber cases; Shewing what cases properly belong to the cognizance of that court; Collected for the most part out of Mr. Crompton, his booke,
entitled The Jurisdiction of Divers Courts: n.a., 57p, London, pr. for John Grove, 1630. (Lacks TOC & index. The full title of the Crompton work
referred to in the title is: L’Authoritie et Jurisdiction des Courts de la Maiestie de la Roygne, London,Charles Yetsweiti, 1594. Richard Crompton, d. 1599,
a bencher of the Middle Temple, was the reporter, by himself, and sometimes in partnership with Meeson, Jervis, or Roscoe, of several English
nominative reports of the Exchequer courts. L’Authoritie et Jurisdiction des Courts… was considered his most influential work. The print text of this title
was scanned from Lincoln’s Inn Library pamphlet volume Cooper 1, foliated pagination 125A to 154A.)
Title:   Star-chamber cases. : Shewing what cavses property belong to the cognizance of that covrt. / Collected for the most part out of Mr. Crompton his booke, entituled, The iurisdiction of divers covrts.
OCLC Number:   908648972
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