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Heath, Robert
Heath, Robert (Sir)
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1575-1649
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Bay, Elihu Hall (1754-1838)
Brown, William active (17th century-18th century)
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Candelaria, Frederick H.
Gardiner, Samuel Rawson (1829-1902)
Heath, Robert active (1636-1659)
Inghilterra. Court of Star Chamber
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
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Clarastella, together with Poems occasional, Elegies, Epigrams, Satyrs (1650).
Collection of precedents by bill and answer, plea and demurrer, in causes of the greatest moment (wherein equity hath been allowed) which have been commenced in the High Court of Chancery, for more than 30 years last past
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Maxims and rules of pleading, in actions real, personal, and mixed, popular, and penal: describing the nature of declarations, pleas, replications, rejoinders, and all other parts of pleading; shewing their validity and defects, and in what cases they are amendable by the courts, or remediable by the statute-law, or otherwise: likewise, which the parties in his plea shall first offer the issue, and where special matter may be given in evidence upon the general issue; of demurrers upon evidence; of verdicts, general and special, and of bills of exceptions to the fame; of judgements, executions, writs of error and false judgment; and of appeals, indictments, and informations, and the pleadings relating thereunto. First published in octavo, in the year 1694, from the manuscript of Sir Robert Heath ...
Maxims and rules of pleading : in actions real, personal and mixt, popular and penal : describing the nature of declarations, pleas, replications, rejoynders, and all other parts of pleading, shewing their validity and defects, and in what cases they are amendable by the court, or remediable by statute-law, or otherwise : likewise, which of the parties in his plea shall first offer the issue, and where special matter may be given in evidence upon the general issue, of demurrers upon evidence, of verdicts, general and special, and of bills of exceptions to the same, of judgments, executions, writs of error and false judgment, and of appeals, indictments, and informations and the pleadings relating thereunto
Praxis almae curiae cancellariae : a collection of precedents by bill and answer, plea and demurrer, in causes of the greatest moment (wherein equity hath been allowed) which have been commenced in the High Court of Chancery, for more than 30 years last past : with appeals (in several cases of great difficulty) to the House of Peers in Parliament, and the proceedings thereupon, also a compleat collection of all the writs and process concerning the same : together with a praeliminary discourse, by way of rules, succinctly and methodically drawn up, containing the practice of the said court, in every particular branch of the equitable part thereof.
Praxis almae curiae cancellariae : in two volumes : being a collection of precedents, by bill and answer, plea and demurrer, in causes of the greatest moment (wherein equity hath been allowed) which have been commenced in the High Court of Chancery, for more than 30 years last past : with appeals (in several cases of great difficulty) to the House of Peers in Parliament, and the proceedings thereupon : also a compleat colection of all the writs and process concerning the same, together with a praeliminary discourse, by way of rules, succinctly and methodically drawn up, containing the practice of the said court, in every particular branch of the equitable part thereof.
Speech of Sir Robert Heath, attorney-general, in the case of Alexander Leighton, in the Star chamber, June 4, 1630
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