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Author: Stone, John, d. 1640.
Title: The reading upon the statute of the thirteenth of Elizabeth, chapter VII. touching bankrupts, learnedly and amply expained,: by John Stone of Gray's Inn, esquire.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The reading upon the statute of the thirteenth of Elizabeth, chapter VII. touching bankrupts, learnedly and amply expained,: by John Stone of Gray's Inn, esquire.
Stone, John, d. 1640.

London: Printed for B. Griffin [and 8 others], MDCXCV [1695]
Subject terms:
Bankruptcy -- Great Britain.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93927.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Reading of John Stone, of Grays-Inn, Esq; upon the Statute of 13th. Elizabeth, Cap. 7. touching Bankrupts, learnedly and amply explained.
The First Division.
The Points of the Second Case.
Points upon the Statute.
Points upon the Statute.
Points upon the first Case.
Points upon the Third Case.
Points upon the Statute.
The Second Division.
Ʋpon the Second Division.
Points upon the Statute.
Points upon the Statute.
The first Case of the second Division.
Points upon the second Case of the second Division.
Ʋpon the third Case.
The third Division.
3. Points upon the Statute of 31 Eliz. cap. 6.
One Point upon the Statute of 21 H. 8. cap. 13. of Pluralities.
Three Points at Common Law.
Points upon the Statute de Bankrupts.
Cases upon the fourth Division.
Ʋpon the Statute.
Points upon the Statute.
Points.
Points.
Points.
Points.
Three Points upon the Statute.
5. Division.
Points in the Case at Common Law.
Points upon the Statute.
Points upon the Statute.
The Sixth Division.
For New-Inn.
Points upon the Statute.
The first Division.
The second Division.
The Third Division.
The fourth Division.
The fifth Division.
The sixth Division.
The seventh Division.
The eighth Division.
The ninth Division
The tenth Division.
The eleventh Division.
The twelfth Division.