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La table al lieur des reports del tresreuerend iudge Sir Iames Dyer Chiualer, iades chiefe Iustice del common banke: per quel facilment cy troueront toutes choses conteinus in icel ore tarde compose per T.A. Anno Domini 1588 by  James (1510-1582)  Thomas (c.1556-1618); Dyer - 1st Edition  - 1588 - from Nostre Livers (SKU: 000003)

La table al lieur des reports del tresreuerend iudge Sir Iames Dyer Chiualer, iades chiefe Iustice del common banke: per quel facilment cy troueront toutes choses conteinus in icel ore tarde compose per T.A. Anno Domini 1588

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La table al lieur des reports del tresreuerend iudge Sir Iames Dyer Chiualer, iades chiefe Iustice del common banke: per quel facilment cy troueront toutes choses conteinus in icel ore tarde compose per T.A. Anno Domini 1588

by Ashe, Thomas (c.1556-1618); Dyer, James (1510-1582)

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London: Anno Domini 1588 In Ædibus Richardi Tottelli. [colophon:] ¶ Imprinted at London within Temble [sic] Barre at the signe of the Hande and Starre by Richarde Tottill., 1588. 1st Edition . Leather. Good. Description: Sm. 8vo (5½ × 4 in): [8], 167 l. Later morocco. · Register: 8º: [para]^8 A-X^8 (this copy lacks X8, a blank). · Condition: Joints rubbed, front joint cracked, end-papers renewed, damp-stains throughout. Bookplate of Birmingham Law Society on front paste-down and flyleaf with its stamp on t-p. and ff. [4]r, 1r, 59r, 99r. Lacks final blank. Profuse early ink annotations in several hands. · Comments: First edition of Ashe's first published work, issued just two years after the first edition of Dyer's Reports. Although there is no indication that Ashe ever practiced law, his several indexes were well-received in the profession, his inn of court even giving him free commons while he oversaw production of his best-known work, the Promptuarie, and subsequently awarding him a pension due to his indigence. About two-thirds of the pages have annotations, for a total of approximately 644 annotations in at least three early hands. All of the annotations are in Law French. · References: ODNB, David Ibbetson, "Ashe, Thomas (c.1556-1618)"; Cowley 85; Beale R482a; STC 7391; ESTC S100017.

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Nostre Livers US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
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Title
La table al lieur des reports del tresreuerend iudge Sir Iames Dyer Chiualer, iades chiefe Iustice del common banke: per quel facilment cy troueront toutes choses conteinus in icel ore tarde compose per T.A. Anno Domini 1588
Author
Ashe, Thomas (c.1556-1618); Dyer, James (1510-1582)
Format/binding
Leather
Book condition
Used - Good
Quantity available
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Edition
1st Edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Anno Domini 1588 In Ædibus Richardi Tottelli. [colophon:] ¶ Imprinted at London within Temble [sic] Barre at the sign
Place of Publication
London
Date published
1588
Keywords
Legal History , Courts, Court Records
Bookseller catalogs
Beale; Abridgments & Digests;

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Specializing in antiquarian Anglo-American law and legal history. "Nostre livers": "our books (usu. meaning year books)."--J.H. Baker, Manual of Law French, p. 141, s.v. "livers" (1990).

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