|Author:||Tothill, William, 17th cent.|
|Title:||The transactions of the High Court of Chancery, both by practice and president,: with the fees thereunto belonging, and all speciall orders in extraordinary cases, which are to be found in the registers office as they are quoated by tearmes yeares & bookes. Collected by that famous lawyer William Tothill Esq; late one of the 6 clearks. And since reveiwed [sic] by Sir Ro: Holborne, bencher of Lincolns-Inne.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The transactions of the High Court of Chancery, both by practice and president,: with the fees thereunto belonging, and all speciall orders in extraordinary cases, which are to be found in the registers office as they are quoated by tearmes yeares & bookes. Collected by that famous lawyer William Tothill Esq; late one of the 6 clearks. And since reveiwed [sic] by Sir Ro: Holborne, bencher of Lincolns-Inne.
Tothill, William, 17th cent., Holborne, Robert, Sir, d. 1647.
London: Printed by T.W. for R. Best and I. Place, and are to be sold at Grays-Inne-Gate, 1649.
Law reports, digests, etc. -- England
Equity pleading and procedure -- England
Costs (Law) -- England
England and Wales. -- Court of Chancery -- Early works to 1800.
The transactions of the high Court of Chancery, both by Practice and President, &c.
Acts of Parliament.
Chose in Action.
Corpus cum Causa
Ne Exeat Regnum.
Quid Juris Clamat.
THE PROCEEDINGS of the High-Court of CHANCERIE.
The Causes whereby the defendant may satisfie the Court of the said delay in an∣swer, are these, for the most part, of which the defendant must make oath, (viz.)
The common exceptions which be given to Commissioners are these, (viz.)
The Order made and ordained by Sir Nicholas Bacon, Knight, Lora Keeper of the Great Seale, touching the Examination of witnesses (in perpetuam rei memori∣am:) Dated the tenth of December, in the third year of the late Q. Eliz. follow. eth.
Orders to be observed before the gran∣ting of Publication of the said Commis∣sion.
The difference used between a Joynt. Commission in the aforesaid nature, and Commission ex parte followeth.
Termino Michaelis, Anno Regni Elizab. Reg. Sext.
Termino Trinitatis, Anno Regni Elizab. Reginae Septimo.
Termino Michaelis, Anno Regni Eliz. Reg. Septimo.
The Order of Proceeding against such as refuse to obey His Majesties Injuncti∣ons, proceeding and issuing out of the Court of Chancery.
The Moderne Orders and Ordinances of Chancery follow.
Bill of Review.
The Fees of Proceeding in Chancery follow.
Fees of an Injunction follow.
Fees of a Decree follow.
The Charges of a Supplicavit in Chancery.
The Charge of a Supersedeas in Chancery.