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Joannis Seldeni jurisconsulti opera omnia, Tam edita quam inedita. In tribus voluminibus. Collegit ac recensuit; vitam auctoris, praefationes, & indices adjecit, David Wilkins, S.T.P. Archidiaconus Suffolciensis, Canonicus Cantuariensis, Reverendissimo in Christo Patri ac Domino Domino Guilielmo, Divina Providentia Archiepiscopo Cantuariensi, &c. &c. a Sacris Domesticis.
- Selden, John, 1584-1654.
- M DCC XXVI. 
A short view of legal bibliography: containing some critical observations on the authority of the reporters and other law writers; collected from the best authorities, and intended as a companion to the author's Reflections on the study of the law. To which is added, a plan for classifying a public or private library / By Richard Whalley Bridgman, esq.
- Bridgman, Richard Whalley, 1761?-1820.
Anno XXXII. Henrici octavi. In the parlyamente Begon // at Westm̄. the. xxviii. of Apryll, the .xxxii. [i.e. xxxi] yeare of // the reygne of the moste excellente, most hyghe, and moste // myghty prynce, Henrye the eyghte by the // grace of God kynge of Englande and of // Fraunce, the actes folowing ... have bene established.
- Great Britain.
A dissertation on the law of nature, the law of nations, and the civil law in general. Together with some observations on the Roman civil law in particular: to which is added, by way of appendix, a curious catalogue of books, very useful to the students of these several laws, together with the Canon Law.
- M.DCC.XXIII. 
A courtroom in which a chaplain sits in the middle of a group of councillors, three of whom are linked to a chain pulled by the devil with the head of a bull; below, two defendants receive a subpoena. Etching, 1772.
- Townshend, George Townshend, Marquis, 1724-1807.
- [February 1772?]