A Catalogue of Manuscripts: Formerly in the Possession of Francis Hargrave, Now Deposited in the British Museum

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Page 116 - AN IMPARTIAL RELATION of the whole Proceedings against St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Oxon, in the Year of our Lord 1687; containing only Matters of Fact as they occurred.
Page 55 - The Tragedie of Tancred and Gismund. Compiled by the Gentlemen of the Inner Temple, and by them presented before her Maiestie. Newly reuiued and polished according to the decorum of these daies. By RW 4to.
Page 12 - Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, and was created a baronet.
Page 38 - First for regulating elections within the City of London and for preserving the peace, good order and government of the said City.
Page 38 - Report of a Committee of Aldermen, in Affirmance of the Right of the Mayor and Aldermen to put a Negative to Bills or Acts depending in the Common-Council of London, folio.
Page 45 - Lords, from the year 1701 to 1728, upon which the Decrees and Judgments were " affirmed, varied, or reversed, together with another Alphabetical Table of the Names of the " Cases referring to the day and year, and likewise to the titles under which they are placed in " the first Table, with notice taken whether affirmed, varied, or reversed.
Page 44 - Sur-Rejomder of Mr. Attorney General to the Rejoinder made on the behalf of the Charter of the City of London. London, 1682.
Page 45 - Lords since the year 1701, upon which the decrees and judgments were affirmed, varyed, or reversed. Together with another alphabetical table of the names of the cases referring to the day and year, and likewise to the titles under which they are placed in the first table, with notice taken whether ailinin.il, varyed, or reversed.
Page 48 - Of Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, and George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham...
Page 47 - Remembrances for Order and Decency to be kept in the Upper House of Parliament by the Lords when His Majesty is not there.

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