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Thu Oct 16 17:58:11 2014 UTClccn-n880706180.00Henry Maddock0.841.00Thoughts on the order to detain the Spanish frigates54530965n 880706182367456Maddock, Henry d. 1824lccn-n80102695Great BritainCourt of Chancerylccn-n50000958Somers, John SomersBaron1651-1716lccn-n82087597Spence, George1787-1850lccn-n88070649Huntington, Thomas-1833lccn-n86104926Plumer, ThomasSir1753-1824lccn-no93037408Geldart, T. C.(Thomas Charles)1797?-1877lccn-nr92022899Leach, John1760-1834np-leach, john$sir$1760 1834Leach, JohnSir1760-1834np-leach, john$sir$1790 1884Leach, JohnSir1790-1884lccn-n79017964Great BritainParliamentMaddock, Henry-1824HistoryBiographyTrials, litigation, etcCriticism, interpretation, etcPrivileges and immunitiesRulesGreat BritainEquityGreat Britain.--Court of ChanceryEquity pleading and procedureLawUnited StatesSomers, John Somers,--Baron,EnglandPrime ministersLaw reports, digests, etcIrelandIrish Union (1801)Political scienceJurisdictionWestminster Palace (London, England)Legislative powerGreat Britain.--Parliament.--House of CommonsCommon law18241795179918051806181018121815181718201822182718291832183518371846184919051920197019812001200520092010336241140347.8KD674ocn866084697154531ocn060727872file18150.84Maddock, HenryA treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of ChanceryRules3105ocn060726807file18120.86Maddock, HenryAn account of the life and writings of Lord Chancellor Somers including remarks on the public affairs in which he was engaged, and the bill of rights, with a commentBiography27616ocn060728455file18200.88Maddock, HenryA treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of Chancery under the following heads, I. Common law jurisdiction : II. Equity jurisdiction : III. Statutory jurisdiction : IV. Specially delegated jurisdiction2365ocn060721538file18150.86Maddock, HenryA treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of Chancery under the following heads, I. Common law jurisdiction of the chancellor. II. Equity jurisdiction of the chancellor. III. Statutory jurisdiction of the chancellor. IV. Specially delegated jurisdiction of the chancellor1957ocn001561416book18460.86Spence, GeorgeThe equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery comprising its rise, progress, and final establishment : to which is prefixed, with a view to the elucidation of the main subject, a concise account of the leading doctrines of the common law and of the course of procedure in the courts of common law in regard to civil rights : with an attempt to trace them to their sources : and in which the various alterations made by the legislature down to the present day are noticedHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc16712ocn642759973com17990.70Maddock, HenryThe power of parliaments considered, in a letter to a Member of Parliament. By Henry Maddock, Jun. Esq. of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, Late of St. John's College, CambridgeHistory1396ocn058458793file18170.86Maddock, HenryReports of cases argued and determined in the Court of the Vice Chancellor of England during the time of the Right Honorable Sir Thomas Plumer, KnightTrials, litigation, etc1357ocn006316448book18170.95Maddock, HenryA treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of Chancery, under the following heads ...1235ocn004886768book18290.96Great BritainReports of cases argued and determined in the Court of the vice chancellor of England ... [1815-1822]1117ocn680513719file18460.79Spence, GeorgeThe equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery comprising the rise, progress, and final establishment of the modern jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery : to which is prefixed, a concise summary of the leading principles of the common law, so far as regards property, real and personal, and a short account of the judicial institutions of EnglandHistoryVol. 2 a pour titre : The equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery : comprising equitable estates and interests : their nature, qualities, and incidents : in which is incorporated, so far as relates to those subjects, the substance of "Maddock's Treatise on the principles and practice of the High court of Chancery"252ocn837227287file18120.35Maddock, HenryAn account of the life and writings of Lord Chancellor Somers : including remarks on the public affairs in which he was engaged, and the bill of rights, with a commentBiography151ocn836924030file18150.47Maddock, HenryA treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of Chancery : under the following heads, I. Common law jurisdiction of the chancellor. II. Equity jurisdiction of the chancellor. III. Statutory jurisdiction of the chancellor. IV. Specially delegated jurisdiction of the chancellor151ocn838623410file18200.47Maddock, HenryA treatise on the principles and practice of the High Court of Chancery : under the following heads, I. Common law jurisdiction121ocn065161451book0.84Spence, GeorgeThe equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery : comprising its rise, progress and final establishment; to which is prefixed, with a view to the elucidation of the main subject, a concise account of the leading doctrines of the common law in regard to civil rights; with an attempt to trace them to their sources; and in which the various alterations made by the legislature down to the present day are noticedHistory115ocn028863741book18100.98Maddock, HenryA vindication of the privileges of the House of Commons, in answer to Sir Francis Burdett's address, &c.Privileges and immunities73ocn035251529book18051.00Maddock, HenryThoughts on the order to detain the Spanish frigates41ocn025234599book18290.47ChanceyReports of cases argued and determined in the Court of the Vice Chancellor ... [1819-1822]31ocn223432221serial0.47Maddock, HenryReports of cases argued and determined in the Court of the Vice Chancellor of England32ocn039800202book18061.00Maddock, HenryA letter to the independent electors of Westminster from Henry Maddock, jun.21ocn079417187book0.47Spence, GeorgeThe equitable jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery : comprising its rise, progress, and final establishment of the modern jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery ; to which is prefixed, a concise summary of the leading principles of the common law, so far as regards property, real and personal, and a short account of the judicial institutions of EnglandCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn079517089book17950.92Great BritainAn act for investing certain estates of William Tovey the elder and William Tovey the younger, situate in the county of Warwick, in Dennis Dolan and Henry Maddock and their heirs: in trust to sell for the purposes therein mentioned11ocn171308192artHorle, Craig WHenry MaddockThu Oct 16 15:13:33 EDT 2014batch13804