2 edition of A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries found in the catalog.
A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries
Marlborough, James Ley Earl of
by Printed by G. Bishop and R. White for Henry Shepheard and Henry Twyford ... in London
Written in English
|Statement||written by the right honourable and learned gentleman, Sr. James Ley ... ; wherein is set forth the learning concerning wards and liveries, collected and well digested out of the yeare-bookes and other authorities of the law, for the benefit of all that are studious.|
|LC Classifications||KD833 .M35 1642|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 79,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||40022993|
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Get this from a library. A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries. [James Ley Marlborough, Earl of]. A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries written by the Right Honourable and learned gentleman St. James Ley, Knight and Baronet, Earle of Marlebrough.
BOUND WITH: A Learned Treatise Concerning Wards and Liveries. London: Roycroft, Two volumes in one. Folio, late 19th-century three-quarter tan sheep, red morocco spine label.
First edition of the earliest reports of the Court of Wards. Learned Treatise Concerning Wards and Liveries, printed in the 's, there has been little in writing about the Court and-until the appearance of the book herein reviewed-nothing that attempts to satisfy curiosity.
This lack of interest is attributable to a number of causes, not the least. The instructions to the Master of the Wards and Liveries were printed as A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries (). Subjects. Administration of justice.
Courts. Legal procedure. Personal Names. Hare, Sir, John, bKnight, Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk. Ley, James,1st Earl of Marlborough. "Instructions for our Master of our Wards and Liveries, for the better authorizing and directing of him in the execution of his office, and performance of our service": p.
at end. "A learned treatise concerning VVards & Liveries; written by the Right Honourable, Sir James Ley ": p. at end. A Treatise, Shewing How Useful, Safe, Reasonable and Beneficial, the Inrolling & Registering of all Con-veyances of Lands may be to the Inhabitants of this Kingdom.
London, 3 Art. XIX. - 12 - the King's liveries without a reference to the Court of Wards to discover how the lands of the ward stood with the King; and every ward was compelled within six months after receiving his livery to have it enrolled in the Court of Wards'.
His widow’s jointure estate lay near Ludgershall, Wiltshire, which enabled her second husband, William Ashburnham†, to represent that borough in both the Short and Long Parliaments Ley is remembered by a large ornate monument in Westbury church, and by several legal writings, including A Learned Treatise concerning Wards and Liveries and.
James Ley was Attorney of the Court of Wards from to ; his reports of seventy-five cases from the reigu of James I, subsequently published inand his Learned Treatise Concerning Wards and Liveries (published and ) are useful sources.
Learned Treatise concerning Wards and Liveries (publishedbut the product of his work during the first half of the seventeenth century in the Court of Wards). McGlynn views James Morice's reading (Middle Temple, ) as part of this treatise tradition and as a work that "demonstrates.
John Winthrop, first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the chief figure among the Puritan founders of New England. Winthrop’s father was a newly risen country gentleman whose acre (hectare) estate, Groton Manor, had been bought from Henry VIII at the time of the Reformation.
No. ‘A Learned Treatise concerning Wards and Liveries,’ by him, was published in and reissued in In appeared Ley's ‘Reports of divers Resolutions in Law arising upon Cases in the Court of Wards and other Courts at Westminster in the Regins of King James and King Charles I’ (6 Jac.
I–5 Car. Ley is remembered by a large ornate monument in Westbury church, and by several legal writings, including A Learned Treatise concerning Wards and Liveries and Reports of Divers Resolutions in Law.. 'The Court of Wards and Liveries in Ireland, –'. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Sect.
C 57 (): 29– Imperial Gazetteer of India Provincial Series Hyderabad State. Property in the abstract is what belongs to or with something, whether as an attribute or as a component of said thing. In the context of this article, it is one or more components (rather than attributes), whether physical or incorporeal, of a person's estate; or so belonging to, as in being owned by, a person or jointly a group of people or a legal entity like a corporation or even a society.
A learned treatise of the plague was written in Latin by Théodore de Bèze (–) and translated into English in (see Image 3). The topicality and popularity of plague texts led to the reprinting of earlier works in the plague epidemics of the seventeenth-century and to the need to translate foreign ones (see Greenberg ).
His work was founded upon the old feudal tenures, such as the law of wards and liveries, tenures in capite, and knight service. While the writings of Lord Coke have descended with fame and honor to posterity, it was the fate of the learned labors of Dr.
Cowell, to pass unheeded and unknown, into irreclaimable oblivion. The Great Books of the Western World is a hardcover volume collection (originally 54 volumes) of the books on the Great Books list ( individual works).
A prominent feature of the collection is a two-volume Syntopicon (meaning "a collection of topics") that includes essays written by Mortimer Adler on "great ideas." Following each essay is an extensive outline of the idea with page.
The Alexandrians prepared oil of turpentine by distilling pine-resin; Zosimus of Panopolis, a voluminous writer of the 5th century A.D., speaks of the distillation of a "divine water" or "panacea" (probably from the complex mixture of calcium polysulphides, thiosulphate, &c., and free sulphur, which is obtained by boiling sulphur with lime and water) and advises "the efficient luting of the.
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