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Declarations and pleadings commenced and entred upon record, in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster, from the twelfth, to the four and twentieth year of the reign of His most sacred Majesty King Charles the Second, in several cases of great importance, containing variety of learning, being drawn by the most eminent pleaders of this age. Collected from the manuscripts of J. Read late of the Middle Temple. Gent. To which is added, choice precedents of the same court, to this present time by Joseph Read
The office and authority of a Justice of Peace collected out of all the books, whether of common or statute law, hitherto written on that subject. ... Digested under alphabetical titles. ... by William Nelson
The practical register, or, The accomplished attorney consisting of rules, orders, and the most principal observations concerning the practice of the Common-law in His Majesties courts at Westminster, but most particularly applicable to the proceedings in the Kings Bench, as well in matters criminal as civil by William Style
The law and practice of ejectments: being a compendious treatise of the common and statute law relating thereto: to which are added, select precedents of pleas, special verdicts, judgments, executions and proceedings in error : with two distinct tables to the whole by Sir Geoffrey Gilbert
The First [-third] part of the Modern conveyancer, or, Conveyancing improv'd : being a choice collection of precedents on most occasions, drawn after the manner of conveyancing now in use : by the greatest hands of the present age, of which some are still living : to which are added, opinions of several learned counsel, relating to conveyancing and other matters in law : with and exact table to the whole
A new institute of the imperial or civil law. With notes, shewing in some principal cases amongst other observations, how the canon law, the laws of England, and the laws and customs of other nations differ from it by Thomas Wood
A collection of entries of declarations, barres, replications, rejoynders, issues, verdicts, judgements, executions, proces, continuances, essoynes, and divers other matters newly amended and much enlarged with many good presidents of later time, whereof divers are upon sundry statutes, and noted in the end of the table : the new presidents throughout the book, and likewise their titles in the table, have this mark [fingerpost] set before them : by the authors epistle, and directions therein, ... by William Rastell
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About meJohn Worthington (1719-1800), Massachusetts lawyer and land speculator. Worthington graduated from Yale College in 1740 and briefly studied theology there while serving as a tutor 1742-1743. He then took up the practice of law in Springfield, where he served as King's attorney for the western region of Massachusetts and as high sheriff of Hampshire County.
About my libraryWorthington's library of law books is now at the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School, having been acquired in 1995. The collection can be browsed through their online catalog here.
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