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Author: Osborne, Peter, 1521-1592.
Title: The practice of the Exchequer court, with its severall offices and officers: being a short narration of the power and duty of each single person in his severall place. Written at the request of the Lord Buckhurst, sometime Lord Treasurer of England. By Sr. T.F. Whereunto are added the rules and orders of proceedings by English bill.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The practice of the Exchequer court, with its severall offices and officers: being a short narration of the power and duty of each single person in his severall place. Written at the request of the Lord Buckhurst, sometime Lord Treasurer of England. By Sr. T.F. Whereunto are added the rules and orders of proceedings by English bill.
Osborne, Peter, 1521-1592., Fanshawe, Thomas Fanshawe, Viscount, attributed name. 1596-1665,

London: Printed by T.R. for Tim Twyford and W. Place, and are to be sold at their shops within the Inner Temple gate, and at Grays Inne gate in Holborne, 1658.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Exchequer -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90208.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader,
What every of the Offi∣cers of the EXCHEQUER usually do by virtue of his Office in England.
The Lord Treasurer.
I. Question.
II. Question.
III. Question.
IV. Question.
V. Question.
VI. Question.
VII. Question.
VIII. Question.
XI Question.
X Question:
XI Question
XII Question.
XIII Question.
XIV. Question.
XV Question.
XVI Question.
XVII. Question.
XVIII Question.
XIX. Question.
XX. Question.
XXI Question.
XXII. Question.
XXIII Question.
XXII. Question.
XXV. Question.
XXVI Question.
conclusion
The Chancellor.
Under-Treasurer.
The Lord Chiefe Baron.
The second Baron
The third Baron.
The fourth Baron
The two Chamberlaines
The Kings Attorney
The Kings Remembrancer.
The Lord Treasurors Remembrancer
Sheriffs Accounts.
Escheators Account
Roll of Accounts
Customers Accounts
Rolls of Subsidies and Fifteenes
Rolls of the Wardrobe and Coffers
Rotulus examinatus
Farme Rents and services.
Oblata or old Debts
Clarke of the Streats.
The Auditors of the Prests
Remembrancer of the first Fruits and Tenths.
The Comptroller of the Pipe.
The Clerk of the Pleas.
The Forraigne Apposer
The Kings Attorney Gene∣rall.
The Kings Sollicitor
The Auditors of the Exchequer
AB: Auditor CD: Clericus
The Receivers
The Surveyours
The Attorneys and Clerks of the Kings Remembran∣cers Office.
The Attorneys and Clerks of the Pipe
The Attorneys and Clarkes of the Clarks of the Pleas Office
The joyners of the tallies
The two parcell makers
The Clerk of the Nichills
The Seale of the Court
The Cheife Usher
The Marshall of the Court
The Foure Ordinary Ushers
The Praysors of the Court
The four Tellers of the Re∣ceipt
The Clerk of the Pelle.
The Cutter of the Tallyes.
The Comptrollers of the Pell
The Auditor of the Re∣ceipt.
The two under Chamberlains
The Fower ordinary Messen∣gers of the Receit
The Articles of the late Court of Augmentations and Revenues of the Crowne annexed to the Court of Exchequer at Westminster
The Lord Treasuror.
The Articles of the uniting of the late Court of uniting of first Fruits and Tenths, to the Court of Exchequer at Westminster.
Lord Treasurer.
Of English Bills and the proceedinges there∣upon in the Exchequer.
index
June 19th. 1658.