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Author: Dyer, James, Sir, 1512-1582.
Title: Three learned readings made upon three very usefull statutes:: the first, by that great and eminent sage of the law, Sir Iames Dyer, of the Middle Temple, upon the statute of 32.H.8.Chap.I. of Wills, and 34. & 35. Hen.8.Chap.5. for the explanation of that statute. The second, by Sir Iohn Brograve, of Grayes Inne, sometime his Majesties attourney of the dutchy of Lancaster, upon the statute of 27.H.8.Chap.10. concerning jointures. The third, by Thomas Risden esquire, of the Inner Temple, upon the statute of 8.Hen.6. Chap.9. of forcible entry.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Three learned readings made upon three very usefull statutes:: the first, by that great and eminent sage of the law, Sir Iames Dyer, of the Middle Temple, upon the statute of 32.H.8.Chap.I. of Wills, and 34. & 35. Hen.8.Chap.5. for the explanation of that statute. The second, by Sir Iohn Brograve, of Grayes Inne, sometime his Majesties attourney of the dutchy of Lancaster, upon the statute of 27.H.8.Chap.10. concerning jointures. The third, by Thomas Risden esquire, of the Inner Temple, upon the statute of 8.Hen.6. Chap.9. of forcible entry.
Dyer, James, Sir, 1512-1582., Brograve, John, Sir, d. 1613., Risden, Thomas.

London: Printed for W. Lee, M. Walbancke, D. Pakeman, and G. Bedell, 1648.
Subject terms:
Law -- Interpretation and construction -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A81944.0001.001

Contents
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The Stationer to the Reader.
32. and 34. H. 8. The Reading of James Dyer of the Middle-Temple, London, there made upon the Statutes of Dispositions of Lands and Tenements by Testament, or last Will, or otherwise, made in the yeare 32. H. 8. chapter the 1. And of Explanations in the yeares 34. & 35. of the same King, Chap∣ter the 5.
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Of Tenures. X.
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The Reading of Mr John Brograve of Grayes Inne, made in Summer 1576. upon part of the Statute of 27. H. 8. C. 10. of vses, concerning Jointures, beginning at the twelfth Branch thereof.
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The Reading of Thomas Risden in the Inner Temple, made in the 20th year of the Reign of our late Soveraigne Lady Queen Elizabeth, upon the Statute of 8. H. 6. chap. 9. of forcible Entry &c.
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