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Author: Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585.
Title: An exact abridgment in English, of The commentaries, or reports of the learned and famous lawyer, Edmond Plowden, an apprentice of the common law.: Concerning diverse cases and matters in law, and the arguments thereupon; in the times of the reignes of King Edward the Sixth, Queen Mary, King Philip, and Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, with the exceptions to the pleadings, and answers thereunto; the resolutions of the matters in law, and all other principall matters arising upon the same. By F.H. of the Inner Temple London, Esq;
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An exact abridgment in English, of The commentaries, or reports of the learned and famous lawyer, Edmond Plowden, an apprentice of the common law.: Concerning diverse cases and matters in law, and the arguments thereupon; in the times of the reignes of King Edward the Sixth, Queen Mary, King Philip, and Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, with the exceptions to the pleadings, and answers thereunto; the resolutions of the matters in law, and all other principall matters arising upon the same. By F.H. of the Inner Temple London, Esq;
Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585., Hicks, Fabian.

London: Printed by R. White, and T. Roycroft, for Henry Twyford, and are to be sold at his shop in Vine Court in the Middle Temple, 1650.
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Law reports, digests, etc. -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90794.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Table of the severall Cases Contained in this Booke.
THE FIRST PART.
Reniger against Fogassa.
Colthirst against Bejushin.
Plat, against the Sheriffes of London.
Wimbish against Talbois.
Dive against Maningham.
Kidwelly against Brand.
Rosse against Pope.
Wimbish against Willoughby.
Partridge against Strange and Croker.
Pollards Assise of Freshforce.
The Parson of Honylanes Case.
Woodland against Mantle, and Redsole.
Matters of the Crown at Salop.
Fulmerston against Steward.
Townsends Case.
The Earle of Darby against Newdigate.
Buckly against Rice Thomas.
Browning against Beeston.
Throgmorton against Tracie.
Hill against Grange.
Norwood against Read.
Woodward against the Lord Darcie.
Wrotesly against Adams.
Stradling against Morgan.
Sanders against Freeman.
Dutchie of Lancaster.
Willion against the Lord Berkly.
Dame Hales against Petit.
Fish against Brocket.
Sir Iohn Ratcliffs Case.
Say against Smith and Fuller.
Graisbrook against Fox.
Chapman against Dalton.
Osburn against Carden and Jay.
Caril against Cuddington.
Sherington &c. against Stratton.
Information for Mines.
Bret against Rigden.
Delamer against Barnard.
Stowell against Zouch.
Sir Henry Nevils Case.
The Earl of Leicesters Case.
Coles Case.
Newis and his Wife, against Larke and others.
Bracebridge against Cooke.
Bracebridge against Clouse.
Vernon against Manners.
Smith against Stapleton.
Davies against Pepys.
Wast by cleer Haddon against Brook.
Sir Thomas Wrothes Case.
Eiston against Studd.
Sobye against Molins.
Sanders and Archers Case.
Nicholls against Nicholls.
Ludford against Gretton.
Grendon against the Bishop of Lincolne.
Foure answers to the foure excep∣tions of the Plea.
Eare against Snow and others.
Welkden against Elkington.
Bransbie, against Grantham.
Hare against Bickley.
Crosse against Howell.
Paramor against Yardley.
Walsinghams Case.
What Livery and Seisen is, and the validity of it, fol. 554. a.