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Author: Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon.
Title: The new Returna brevium: or the law returned from Westminster and restored in brief to its native, antient, and proper habitation, language, power, puritie, integritie, cheapness, briefness, plainness. Rescued out of the sacrilegious hands, barbarous disguises, ænigmatical intricacies, lucrative constructions, extorted verdicts, fals judgments, & bribeful executions of her perjured impostors, fals interpreters, iailers, catchpols, attorneys, &c whereunto is added the Petition of Right, granted by Parliament in the 3 year of King Charls, and confirmed by this (although to bee found in larger volumes) for cheapness to the generalitie to inform themselvs what is their rights. Written by John Jones of the Neyath in com. Brecon Gent.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The new Returna brevium: or the law returned from Westminster and restored in brief to its native, antient, and proper habitation, language, power, puritie, integritie, cheapness, briefness, plainness. Rescued out of the sacrilegious hands, barbarous disguises, ænigmatical intricacies, lucrative constructions, extorted verdicts, fals judgments, & bribeful executions of her perjured impostors, fals interpreters, iailers, catchpols, attorneys, &c whereunto is added the Petition of Right, granted by Parliament in the 3 year of King Charls, and confirmed by this (although to bee found in larger volumes) for cheapness to the generalitie to inform themselvs what is their rights. Written by John Jones of the Neyath in com. Brecon Gent.
Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon.

London: Printed by William Du-gard, anno Dom. 1650.
Subject terms:
Court administration -- England
Writs -- England
Law -- Language -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87640.0001.001

Contents
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TO The right Honorable Oliver Crumwell LORD Lievtenant of IRELAND &c.
THE NEW Returna Brevium; OR The Law returned from WESTMINSTER &c.
Postscript.
Anno III. Caroli Regis. THE PETITION Of Right granted in the third year of the late King, and confirmed this present Parliament for the good of the Common-wealth.
Which Petition beeing read, the second of June, 1628. the Kings An∣swer was thus deliver∣ed unto it.
Whereupon the King in person, upon the seventh of June, made this second ANSVVER.
Which beeing don, the King in Person said thus:
AND On the last day of the Session;
Here followeth the Confir∣mation of the said Peti∣tion by this present Par∣liament (as it is to bee read in the Act, Intituled, An Act for the declaring unlawfull and void the late proceedings touching Ship∣monie, and for the vacating of all Records and process concerning the same,) in these words viz.