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An abridgment of the publick laws of Virginia, in force and use, June 10. 1720. To which is added, for the Ease of the Justices and Military Officers, &c. Precedents of all Matters to be issued by them, peculiar to those Laws; and varying from the Precedents in England
A collection of all the acts of Assembly, now in force, in the colony of Virginia. With the titles of such as are expir'd, or repeal'd. And notes in the margin, shewing how, and at what time, they were repeal'd. Examin'd with the records, by a committee appointed for that purpose. Who have added many useful marginal notes, and references: and an exact table. : Publish'd, pursuant to an order of the General Assembly, held at Williamsburg, in the year M,DCC,XXVII
The office and authority of a justice of peace. And also the duty of sheriffs, coroners, church wardens, surveiors of highways, constables, and officers of militia. Together with precedents of warrants, judgments, executions, and other legal process, issuable by magistrates within their respective jurisdictions, in cases civil or criminal. And the method of judicial proceedings, before justices of peace, in matters within their cognisance out of sessions. : Collected from the common and statute laws ... by George Webb
The siege of Damascus; a tragedy by John Hughes
A complete view of the British customs ... by Henry Crouch
The works of the Most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson by John Tillotson
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About meCaptain Henry Lee (1691-1747), a leading Virginian landholder of the 18th century, was the brother of Virginia politician/planter Thomas Lee (of Stratford), whose daughter Hannah Lee Corbin is also an LEA subject. Henry's wife, Mary Bland, was the daughter of Richard Bland and Elizabeth Randolph (a great-aunt of Thomas Jefferson). Henry's second son, Squire Richard Lee, inherited some if not most of his books.
About my libraryA list of books in Henry Lee's library is given in the inventory of his estate, recorded on 6 June 1748. The listing contains short author/title entries only; these entries as given in a typed transcript of the inventory are included in the Comments section for each title, along with bibliographic notes.
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