The new natura brevium of the most Reverend Judge Mr. Anthony Fitz-Herbert. Together with the authorities in law, and cases ... The ninth edition carefully revised ... corrected, and the writs accurately translated into English. By an able hand. To which is added, a commentary ... By the late Lord Chief Justice Hale. With a new and exact table. Anthony Fitzherbert.
The new natura brevium of the most Reverend Judge Mr. Anthony Fitz-Herbert. Together with the authorities in law, and cases ... The ninth edition carefully revised ... corrected, and the writs accurately translated into English. By an able hand. To which is added, a commentary ... By the late Lord Chief Justice Hale. With a new and exact table

The new natura brevium of the most Reverend Judge Mr. Anthony Fitz-Herbert. Together with the authorities in law, and cases ... The ninth edition carefully revised ... corrected, and the writs accurately translated into English. By an able hand. To which is added, a commentary ... By the late Lord Chief Justice Hale. With a new and exact table

Dublin: printed by H. Watts, Law Bookseller, No. 3, Christ Church Lane. Of whom may be had a large and well chosen Collection of Law Books new and second hand, 1793. 8vo, pp. x, [606 (i.e. 757, 53) pages]; contemporary and likely original full calf, black leather label on spine; spine darkened, spine ends lightly cracked, hinges craked; all else good and sound. The pagination as such is irregular, following that of an earlier edition, and with page numbers inset in the margin of the text. Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (1470-1538) was an English judge, scholar and legal author, best known for his treatise on English law, the New Natura Brevium first published in 1534 which remained on of the classic treaatises on English law until the age of Blackstone. Item #57921

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