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Author: Selden, John, 1584-1654.
Title: Two treatises written by John Selden ... ; the first, Of the original of ecclesiastical jurisdiction of testaments ; the second, Of the disposition or administration of intestates goods.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Two treatises written by John Selden ... ; the first, Of the original of ecclesiastical jurisdiction of testaments ; the second, Of the disposition or administration of intestates goods.
Selden, John, 1584-1654.

London: Printed for Thomas Basset ... and Richard Chiswell ..., MDCLXXXIII [1683]
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Probate law and practice -- England.
Inheritance and succession -- England.
Law -- England -- History and criticism.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59102.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE CONTENTS.
PART I. OF THE ORIGINAL OF Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction OF TESTAMENTS.
CHAP. I. The Intrinsecal Jurisdiction not given to the Church by the Civil Law.
CHAP. II. Nor by the Canon Law.
CHAP. III. The Extrinsecal Jurisdiction by the Civil Law, in whom.
CHAP. IV. In whom by the Canon Law.
CHAP. V. Of the Intrinsecal Jurisdiction in the Saxons time.
CHAP. VI. Whence Linwood thinks the Jurisdiction Intrinsecal came to the Church.
CHAP. VII. Testimonies of King John and Henry the Third's time, that may serve to prove the Extrinsecal Jurisdiction then in the Temporal Courts.
CHAP. VIII. Suits of Legacies personal in the Spiritual Court from the beginning of Henry the Third, of the beginning of that Course.
PART II. OF THE Disposition or Administration OF Intestates Goods.
CHAP. I. In whom it was in the time of the Saxons.
CHAP. II. In whom after the Normans until King John's time.
CHAP. III. In whom after the time of King John.
CHAP. IV. How that so granted by King John's Charter in Parliament hath continued in practice.
CHAP. V. Of that of bona Intestatorum in manus Domini Regis capi solebant.