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Author: Lawmind, Abraham.
Title: The juries right, asserted and vindicated by the ancient and good law of England: VVherin is clearly discovered the necessity, benefit, and safety of juries, in opposition to those corruptions, and many evils that are incident, and do attend judges (as they are cal'd) both in civill and common courts. Occasioned by the late unjust, cruell, and illegall triall of Mr Tho. Webbe, at the sessions held for London and Middlesex in the Old Bayly. By Abraham Lawmind, ear-witnesse of the said triall, a hearty well-wisher of the common good.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The juries right, asserted and vindicated by the ancient and good law of England: VVherin is clearly discovered the necessity, benefit, and safety of juries, in opposition to those corruptions, and many evils that are incident, and do attend judges (as they are cal'd) both in civill and common courts. Occasioned by the late unjust, cruell, and illegall triall of Mr Tho. Webbe, at the sessions held for London and Middlesex in the Old Bayly. By Abraham Lawmind, ear-witnesse of the said triall, a hearty well-wisher of the common good.
Lawmind, Abraham.

London: printed for H.J., 1654.
Subject terms:
Jury -- England
Constitutional history -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87440.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Juries Right, &c.