A Briefe Declaration for what Manner of Speciall Nusance Concerning Private Dwelling Houses, a Man May Have His Remedy by Assise, Or Other Action as the Case Requires: Vnfolded in the Arguments, and Opinions of Foure Famous Sages of the Common Law; Together with the Power, and Extent of Customes in Cities, Townes, and Corporations, Concerning the Same: Together with the Determination of the Law, Concerning the Commodity, and Use of Houses, and Their Appurtenances. Whereunto is Added, the Iustices of Assise Their Opinion, Concerning Statute Law for Parishes; and the Power of Iustices of Peace, Churchwardens, and Constables: and to Know what They are to Do Concerning Bastards Borne in Their Parishes, Reliefe of the Poore, and Providing for Poore Children, what Remedy for the Same
Tho. Cotes, 1639 - Nuisances - 45 pages
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