Englands grievance discovered, in relation to the coal trade; with the map of the river of Tine, and situation of the town and corporation of Newcastle: the tyrannical oppression of those magistrates, their charters and grants; the several tryals, depositions, and judgements obtained against them; with a breviate of several statutes proving repugnant to their actings; with proposals for reducing the excessive rates of coals for the future; and the rise of their grants appearing in this book. By Ralph Gardiner, of chirton, in the county of Northumberland, Gent.
- Gardiner, Ralph, 1625-
The poor man's lawyer: or, laws relating to the inferior courts laid open. Shewing how every man arrested or in prison in the counters, Marshalsea, White-Chapel, or other inferior prisons, for causes of action not arising within their respective jurisdictions, may discharge himsel altho' judgment and Execution be had against him. With reasons for punishing gaolers, and for regulating their fees and other oppressions, and for suppressing Thefts and Robberies. By T. Pearce, Gent. Author of the Justice's Pocket-Companion.
- Pearce, Thomas, active 1755.
- MDCCLV.