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Lincoln's Inn, 1896 - Lawyers
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Page 411 - Esq., one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery, and a master of the bench.
Page 229 - Count Palatine of the Rhine and Elector of the Holy Roman Empire, at request of Rich.
Page vi - Fortescue was a member of Lincoln's Inn, and a governor of the Inn in 1425, 1426, and 1429.
Page vi - Court. property, and discipline of the Society, and enforcing their decisions and authority by censure, fine, suspension, or expulsion ; a settled form of admission based on suretyship, and an equally settled system of call to the Bar and invitation to the Governing Body. Such a state of things cannot have come suddenly into existence, but must have been the growth of many years...
Page 371 - ... on 10 July, 1707, at the age of sixteen, and was on its books as a gentleman commoner from 9 July, 1707, to 23 Nov., 1710. We get a gleam of information about him from the admission register of Lincoln's Inn (vol. i., 1896, p. 371). He was entered, as a student, at that inn on 28 Feb., 1710/11, as 'George Bubb, arm. son and heir of Jeremie B. late of Foy, co, Hereford, arm. deed.