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Modern cases in law and equity. In two parts by Great Britain (Court of King's Bench)
A treatise of tenures : in two parts : containing ... by Geoffrey Gilbert
Cases in law and equity: argued, debated and adjudged in the King's Bench and Chancery, in the twelfth and thirteenth years of Queen Anne, ... With two treatises, the one on the action of debt, the other on the constitution of England. Now first printed from the original manuscript of the late Lord Chief Baron Gilbert by Sir Geoffrey Gilbert
The report of several cases argued and adjudged in the Court of King's bench at Westminister; from the first year of King James the Second, to the tenth year of King William the Third [1685-1698] by Roger Comberbach
The law of distresses and replevins, delineated : wherein the whole law under those heads is considered : what things may, or may not be distrained : and the regular method to be pursued in suing out replevins, &c. agreeable to the present practice : with many references to the best authorities by Sir Geoffrey Gilbert
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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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