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The life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, judge of the High-Court of Admiralty, And Prerogative Court of Canterbury, &c. Ambassador and plenipotentiary for the general peace at Cologn and Nimeguen, And Secretary of State to K. Charles II. And a compleat series of letters, from the Beginning to the End of those Two Important Treaties. Wherein are related The most Remarkable Transactions of those Times, both Foreign and Dome stick. Together with Many valuable Papers and Original Letters, relating to the Rights and Privileges of the Universities, and other weighty Subjects. And the Resolution of many difficult and curious Points in the Common and Civil Law, Laws of Merchants and of Nations, that arose within the Time of his Ministry. Never before published. In two volumes. By William Wynne, of the Middle-Temple, Esq;
London: Printed for Joseph Downing, in Bartholomew-Close; William Taylor, at the Ship in Pater-Noster-Row; William and John Innys, at the West-End of St. Paul's; and John Osborn., 1724.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Ahasuerus Turk, Jr.||Volume 2||7/7/1801||7/15/1801||William S Jennet|
|Ahasuerus Turk, Jr.||Volume 1||7/7/1801||7/15/1801||William S Jennet|
|Townsend Underhill||Volume 1||4/30/1802||5/3/1802||Life L. Jenkins|