2 edition of Archeion, or, A discourse upon the high courts of iustice in England found in the catalog.
Archeion, or, A discourse upon the high courts of iustice in England
|Other titles||Archeion, Discourse upon the high courts of iustice in England, Discourse upon the high courts of justice in England|
|Statement||compiled by William Lambard of Lincolns-Inne, Esquire.|
|LC Classifications||KD6850 .L36 1635b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||22003070|
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William Lambarde ( – ) was an antiquarian, writer on legal subjects, and politician. He completed Archeion, or, A Discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in England by The manuscript circulated widely, and a copy was published without.
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LAMBARD, WILLIAM - Archeion, or, A Discourse Upon the High Courts of Justice in England Newly Corrected, and enlarged according to the Authors Copie. Newly Corrected, and enlarged according to the Authors Copie.
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