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ISNI: 
0000 0001 3955 1561
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Brackley, Thomas Egerton
Brackley, Thomas Egerton (vicomte)
Brackley, Thomas Egerton (Viscount)
Egerton, Thomas
Egerton, Thomas (Baron Ellesmere)
Egerton, Thomas (Baron Ellesmere and Viscount Brackley)
Egerton, Thomas (Sir)
Egertonus, Thomas
Ellesmere, ..
Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor
Ellesmere, Thomas Egerton
Ellesmere, Thomas Egerton (Baron)
Elsemore, Thomas Egerton
Elsemore, Thomas Egerton (Lord Chancellor)
Elsmore, Thomas Egerton (baron)
Elsmore, Thomas Egerton (Lord Chancellor)
Dates: 
1540?-1617
Creation class: 
cre
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Browne, Thomas (1604-1673)
Colville, James Colville Lord, 1604-1654
Digges, Dudley (1583-1639)
Ellesmere, Francis Egerton Earl of, 1800-1857
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
Huntington Library
Knafla, Louis A. (1935-)
Sherlock, William (ca1641-1707.)
Thorne, Samuel Edmund (1907-1994)
Titles: 
case of allegiance due to soveraign powers
catalogue, bibliographical and critical, of early English literature;, A
Certaine observations concerning the office of the Lord Chancellor
discourse upon the exposicion and understandinge of statutes., A
discourse upon the exposicion & understandinge of statutes, A : with Sir Thomas Egerton's additions : edited from manuscripts in the Huntington Library
Law and politics in Jacobean England : the tracts of Lord Chancellor Ellesmere
Lord Chancellor Egerton's observations on the Lord Coke's reports Particularly in the debate of causes relating to the right of the church; the power of the king's prerogative; the jurisdiction of courts; or, the interest of the subject., The
Patronage in late Renaissance England, 1983:
priviledges and prerogatives of the High Court of Chancery, The
Privileges and prerogatives of the High Court of Chancery
speech of the Lord Chancellor [by] Sir Thomas Egerton. The unlawfulness of subjects [by] Dudley Diggs. The case of allegiance [by] Thomas Browne. The case of allegiance due to soveraign powers [by] William Sherlock. A vindication of the case of allegiance [by] William Sherlock., The
speech of the Lord Chancellor of England, in Eschequer chamber, touching the post-nati., The
unlawfulness of subjects
vindication of the case of allegiance
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