3 edition of Jus sigilli, or, The law of England touching His Majesties four principal seales found in the catalog.
Jus sigilli, or, The law of England touching His Majesties four principal seales
by Printed by E. Flesher for Thomas Dring ... and John Leigh ... in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Jus sigilli, The law of England, touching His Majesties four principal seales|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 173:8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 129,  p|
|Number of Pages||129|
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↑ John Brydall, Jus Sigilli, or, the Law of England Touching His Majesties Four Principal Seales Viz., the Great Seale, the Privie Seale, the Exchequer Seale, and the Signet (London: Printed by E.
Flesher, for Thomas Dring and John Leigh, ). ↑ Ibid. ↑ House of Parliament website, s.v. Lord Privy Seal", accessed July 9, Jus sigilli, or, The law of England touching His Majesties four principal seales: viz., the Great Seale, the Privie Seale, the Exchequer Seale, and the Signet: also of those grand officers to whose custody these seales are committed.
Jus Sigilli, or, The Law of England, Touching His Majesties Four Principal Seales, viz. the Great Seale, the Privie Seale, the Exchequer Seale, and the Signet.
Publication Date of Volume. Location in Volume. Front Pastedown. Dimensions (cm) 12 x Description. "His Majesties Four Principal Seales" 4.
[Brydall, John (b. ?)]. Jus Sigilli: Or, The Law of England, Touching His Majesties Four Principal Seales, Viz. The Great Seale, The Privie Seale, The Exchequer Seale, And the Signet. Also of Those Grand Officers, to Whose Custody These Seales are Committed.
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