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Hargrave, Francis
Hargrave, Francis (Mr)
ca 1741-1821
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Butler, Charles (1750-1832)
Coke, Edward Sir, 1552-1634
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench
Hale, Matthew Sir, 1609-1676
Littleton, Thomas Sir, -1481
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Nottingham, Heneage Finch Earl of, 1621-1682
Sommersett, James
Thomas, John Henry (1788 or 1789. [from old catalog]-)
William Blackstone Collection (Library of Congress)
Argument in defence of literary property
Argument in the case of james sommersett a negro lately determined by the court of king's bench: wherein it is attempted to demonstrate the present unlawfulness of domestic slavery in england. to which is prefixed a state of the case
Brief deductions relative to the aid and supply of the executive power, according to the law of England, in cases of infancy, delirium, or other incapacity of the King.
Case of the bankers in the Court of Exchequer, and afterwards in the Court of Exchequer-Chamber and Parliament With the arguments of Lord Chief Justice Treby, Lord Chief Justice Holt, and of the Lord Keeper Somers, on his giving judgement thereon; delivered in the Exchequer-Chamber, June, 23d, 1696. With notes and observations By Francis Hargrave, Esq., The
catalogue of manuscripts, formerly in the possession of Francis Hargrave, now deposited in the British museum., A
Collectanea juridica consisting of tracts relative to the law and constitution of England
Commentary upon Littleton
Compleat collection of state-tryals and proceedings upon impeachments for high treason, and other crimes and misdemeanours
First part of the institutes of the laws of England
Four tracts on freedom of the press, 1790-1821
Francis Hargrave collection
Hargrave's state trials.
Juridical arguments and collections
Jurisconsult exercitations
Jurisdiction of the Lords House, or Parliament, considered according to antient records, by lord chief justice Hale. To which is prefixed, by the editor, Francis Hargrave,... an introductory preface including a narrative of the same jurisdiction from the accession of James the First, The
Notes on Lord Coke's First institute
review of the laws against the knowingly receiving of stolen goods: and a proposal for making a new law on that subject., A
State trials of Mary, queen of Scots, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Captain William Kidd.
Treatise of the masters of the Chancery, A