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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lady Ivie's Trial.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1929
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Elam Mossam; Theodosia Stepkin Ivie, Lady; Thomas Neale; John Charles Fox, Sir; Great Britain. Court of King's Bench.
|Notes:||Action of ejectment, Elam Mossam, plaintiff, versus Dame Theodosia Ivie defendant, in the Court of King's bench.
"The pretended lessee, the nominal plaintiff in Lady Ivie's case, was Elam Mossam, who alleged that he held under a lease from Thomas Neale, the real claimant. Neale derived his title under a lease for lives from the dean and chapter of St. Paul's ... The question to be tried was whether Neale as lessee, claiming under the dean and chapter, or Lady Ivie had the better claim to the land."--Page xx.
|Description:||c, 174 pages, 1 leaf frontispiece (portrait) illustrations (including map) plates 22 cm|
|Responsibility:||edited by Sir John C. Fox. . . with a preface by the provost of Eton.|