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Title: The arguments upon the writ of habeas corpus, in the Court of Kings Bench.: Wherein, are learnedly discussed, not onely the severall branches of the said writ, but also many authorities as well of the common as statute law: and divers ancient and obscure records most amply and elaborately debated and cleared. Together, with the opinion of the court thereupon. Whereunto is annexed, the petition of Sir Iohn Elliot Knight, in behalf of the liberty of the subject.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The arguments upon the writ of habeas corpus, in the Court of Kings Bench.: Wherein, are learnedly discussed, not onely the severall branches of the said writ, but also many authorities as well of the common as statute law: and divers ancient and obscure records most amply and elaborately debated and cleared. Together, with the opinion of the court thereupon. Whereunto is annexed, the petition of Sir Iohn Elliot Knight, in behalf of the liberty of the subject.
Eliot, John, Sir, 1592-1632., England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.

London: Printed by M.F. for W. Lee, M. Walbancke, D. Pakeman, and G. Bedell, 1649.
Subject terms:
Habeas corpus -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75552.0001.001

Contents
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Sir Thomas Darnell his Case, Micha∣elis 3o Caroli, Banco Regis.
Michaelis 3o Caroli Regis. Thursday, 22 November. Sir John Corbet Baronet, Sir Walter Earle, Sir John Henningham, Sir Edward Hampden, Knights, were brought to the Barre.
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Master Noye his Argument, of Councell with Sir Walter Earl at that time.
Master Seldens Argument at the Kings Bench Bar the same day.
The Argument of Mr Calthrop at the Kings Bench Bar, 22 Novembris, Mich. 3. Ca∣roli Regis.
The Lord Chief Justice his Speech.
Hide Chief Justice.
Per Curiam.
On Munday the 27 of Tertio Michaelis 3o Caroli Regis in Banco Regis. Sir John Corbet, Sir Walter Earle, Sir Edmund Hampden, and Sir John Henningham Knights, were brought to the Barre.
On thursday the twenty eight of November, Michaelis 3. Caroli Regis, Hide Chief Justice, Justice Doderidge, Justice Jones, and Justice Whitlock on the Bench: Sir John Corbet, Sir Walter Earle, Sir John Henningham, and Sir Edmund Hampden at the Bar.
TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTY: The humble Petition of Sir John Elliot Knight, Prisoner in the Gatehouse con∣cerning the LOANE.