The First Part of The Institvtes of the Lawes of England. Or, A Commentarie Vpon Littleton: Not the Name of a Lawyer Onely, But of the Law it Selfe ... Haec Ego Grandeuus Posui Tibi Candide Lector
Assignes of Iohn More, Esquire; and are to be sold by Richard More, in S. Dunstans Churchyard, 1629 - Land tenure - 790 pages
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