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Jani Anglorum facies nova: or, Several monuments of antiquity touching the great councils of the kingdom, and the court of the kings immediate tenants and officers, from the first of William the First, to the forty ninth of Henry the Third, reviv'd and clear'd. : Wherein, the sense of the common-council of the kingdom mentioned in King John's charter; and of the laws ecclesiastical, or civil, concerning clergymen's voting in capital cases is submitted to the judgement of the learned. Preview this item
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Jani Anglorum facies nova: or, Several monuments of antiquity touching the great councils of the kingdom, and the court of the kings immediate tenants and officers, from the first of William the First, to the forty ninth of Henry the Third, reviv'd and clear'd. : Wherein, the sense of the common-council of the kingdom mentioned in King John's charter; and of the laws ecclesiastical, or civil, concerning clergymen's voting in capital cases is submitted to the judgement of the learned.

Author: William Atwood
Publisher: London, : Printed for Thomas Basset ..., 1680.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Atwood
OCLC Number: 15231155
Notes: Attributed to William Atwood. Cf. Wing (2nd ed.), Halkett & Laing.
Signatures: A̲1B-E⁸F²2A-2F⁸2G⁴( -2G4).
Title within double line border. Marginal notes.
Verso of t.p. (p. [2] at front) is blank.
Numbers 233-248 repeated in pagination.
"Errata."--P. [1] at end.
"A catalogue of some books, lately printed for Tho. Basset ..."--P. [3]-[4] at end.
Description: [2], 68, 185-266 [i.e. 282, 4] p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)

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