March's Actions for Slander ; And, Arbitrements: The First, Being a Collection, Under Certain Grounds and Heads, of what Words are Actionable in the Law, and what Not, where an Action "de Scandalis Magnatum" Will Lie, and of the Nature of a Libel : the Other, a Discourse, Shewing what Arbitrements are Good in Law, and what Not, Together with Directions, and Presidents of Conditions to Perform Awards, Indentures of Submission to Awards, with Covenants to Perform the Same, Arbitrements of Lands which the Parties Covenant to Perform, Or of Debt, &c. Upon Submission by Bond, and Variety of Pleadings Therein : as Also, Certain Quaeries, Or Doubtful Cases, Under Proper Titles, with the Books Cited Pro and Contra, Very Useful for All Students in the Law

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Elizabeth Walbanck, 1674 - Arbitration and award - 476 pages
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