3 edition of Littleton tenures in englishe [sic] found in the catalog.
Littleton tenures in englishe [sic]
Thomas de Littleton
1568 by By Rychard Tottill in Imprinted at London in Fletestrete within Temple Barre, at the signe of the hande and starre .
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1949:13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142,  leaves|
|Number of Pages||142|
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Les tenures de Monsieur Littleton: ouesque certeine cases addes per auters de puisne temps, queux cases vous troueres signes ouesque cest signe [clover] al commencement & al fine de chescu[n] de eux: au fine que ne poies eux misp[re]nder pur les cases d'Monsieur Littleton: pur quel inconuenience, ils fueront dernierment tolles de cest lieur: et cy vn foits pluis admotes al request des.
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For Payment of Publick Debts. For Advancement and Encouragement of Trade. For Raising the Rents of Lands [and XIII others]. Wing G Publisher: N.p., London, LITTLETON, THOMAS - Lytylton tenures newly and most truly corrected & amended.
S.T.C. LITTLETON, THOMAS - Littleton Tenures in Englishe [bound with] Littletons Tenures [in Law French]. S.T.C. and ; Beale T50 and T21 LITTLETON, THOMAS - Lyttelton tenures in Englyshhe. S.T.C. ; not in Beale. The first part of the institutes of the laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton: not the name of the author only, but of the law itself / (Philadelphia: Robert H.
Small, ), by Edward Coke, Thomas Littleton, Heneage Finch Nottingham, Matthew Hale, Charles. Littleton (Thomas) LITTLeTon TenuReS In engLISHe, black letter, title and ﬁnal ﬀ.
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Catalogue Volume Catalogue Short Title Long Title Author Name Littleton's Tenures, Clarke, London, Littleton's Tenures in English: Thomas Littleton The Dialoges In Englishe Betweene A Doctor Of Divinity And A Student In The Lawes Of Englande.
London; F. Pickton, Printer, Perry’s Place, 29, Oxford Street. v PREFACE. In the course of the fifteenth century, England experienced, in a lamentable degree, the sad effects of internal discord, and the miseries caused by the conflicts of adverse factions.
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There are currently separate listings in a range of formats for the different collections. F Coke on Littleton Ibid. †ESTC, N Coke, Edward, Sir, The first part of the institutes of the laws of England: or, a commentary upon Littleton, not the name of the author only, but of the law it self.
Haec ego grandaevus posui tibi candide lector, authore Edwardo Coke, milite. LITTLETON, Sir Thomas Littleton tenures in Englishe, lately perused and amended. London, printed [by Adam Islip?] for the Companie of Stationers, £1, 8vo. [ii]. A-S⁸. Black letter, some Roman.
Small LITTLETON, Thomas Lyttilton tenures truelye translated into Englishe. London, in Fletestrete nere to S. Dunstones church. From Time To Time - A Book Of Verse, Sophie W.
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Littleton, Thomas, Sir, Litletons tenures [microform]: conferred with diuers true wrytten copies, and purged of sondry cases, hauing in some places more then [the] autour wrote, and lesse in other some. [London]: Apud Richardum Tottell, , leaves.
Les tenures de Monsieur Littleton, ouesque certain cases addes per auters de puisne temps, queux cases vous troueres signes ouesque cest Signe al commencement, & al fine de chescun de eux: au fine que ne poies eux misprender pur les cases d'Monsieur Littleton: pur quel inconuenience, ils fueront demierment tolles de cest Lieur, Et cy vn foits.
Thomas Littleton’s book Tenures, originally written in French and published inbecame the authoritative work on land-holding in England. It was therefore well known by every law student and every lawyer during the sixteenth century and later. Huloet is comparably familiar with a contemporary expert on mathematical issues.
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