Praxis almæ curiæ cancellariæ. 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 : containing additional bills, pleas, answers and demurrers, as also, the pleas, answers and demurrers to the bills in the first part of the collection : to which is prefixt an introduction, shewing the original and antiquity of that court, with a description of the offices of the Lord High Chancellor of England, or the Keeper of the Great Seal, Master of the Rolls, Masters in Chancery, and other officers of the court, likewise of the privileges of the clerks, officers and ministers of the court, and other matters relating to the practice of the same

William Brown London : Printed for E. Wilkinson, and sold by her and A. Roper ..., 1695

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