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Reports Of Cases In The Court Of Exchequer In The Time Of King George I (1714 To 1727), William Hamilton Bryson Jan 2014

Reports Of Cases In The Court Of Exchequer In The Time Of King George I (1714 To 1727), William Hamilton Bryson

Law Faculty Publications

This book publishes all of the known law reports from the Court of Exchequer from the reign of King George I, 1714 to 1726, including those in manuscript and those already in print. Most of the ones in print are the short and not very informative reports by William Bunbury. The much more substantial Exchequer reports of Philip Ward and Thomas Browne, which were heretofore unpublished manuscripts, have been conflated with Bunbury's reports and some other miscellaneous case reports.


Reports Of Cases In The Court Of Chancery From The Time Of Lord Harcourt (1710-1714), William Hamilton Bryson Jan 2014

Reports Of Cases In The Court Of Chancery From The Time Of Lord Harcourt (1710-1714), William Hamilton Bryson

Law Faculty Publications

The anonymous set of law reports now first published here includes cases from the Court of Chancery from 1706 to 1715, the judicial tenures of Lord Cowper, 1705 to 1708, Lord Harcourt, 1710 to 1714, and Lord Cowper again, 1714 to 1718. There were commissioners to hold the great seal and to sit in the Court of Chancery from 1708 to 1710. Although there are a few cases from the time of Lord Cowper and earlier, the vast majority are reports of cases decided by Sir Simon Harcourt, Lord Harcourt (1661- 1727), who was Lord Chancellor from 1710 to 1714 ...