|Author:||Herne, John, fl. 1644.|
|Title:||Lent, 1638 the learned reading of John Herne Esq., late of the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne, upon the Statute of 23 H. 8 cap. 3 concerning commissions of sewers / translated out of the French manusctipt [sic].|
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Lent, 1638 the learned reading of John Herne Esq., late of the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne, upon the Statute of 23 H. 8 cap. 3 concerning commissions of sewers / translated out of the French manusctipt [sic].
Herne, John, fl. 1644., Herne, John, fl. 1660,
London: Printed for Matthew Walbanke ..., 1659.
"Another John Herne ... appears to have been the elder Herne's son, and the translator of the reading"--Cf. DNB.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE, AND RIGHT WORSHIPFUL, THE COMMISSIONERS OF SEVVERS FOR The City os VVestminster, and parts neare adjacent.
TO THE READER
LENT 1638. The Reading Of that Learned Lawyer Iohn Herne, Esquire Late of the honourable society of LINCOLNS INNE Ʋpon the STATUTE of the 23. H. 8. Cap. 3. A Genrall Act concerning Commissions of SEVVERS.
That C. is not well taxed within this Law.
The Second Day. How a tax shall be assest by this Law.
All these taxes good and well levied within this Law.
4. Jac: A decree from the Council Table with advice of all Judges, that such a taxe is good.
The third Day. What shall be a lawful Arrest, Ordinan∣ces, Denovo, where good; and what Cases are determinable by the Commis∣sioners.
The fourth Day, VVhat cases are to be determined within this Law.
The Fifth Day. VVas upon the power of the Commission∣sioners to determine, and what Lands, and for what causes they may be sold, what persons liable to be charged.