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Jus imaginis apud anglos; or the law of England relating to the nobility & gentry

Brydall, John

Published by John Billinger; Geo. Dawes, London, 1675
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Brydall, John (1635? - 1705?). Jus imaginis apud anglos; or the law of England relating to the nobility & gentry. 8vo. [16], 76, [4, including publisher's advertisements and final blank]pp. Folding table. Lacking frontispiece. London: John Billinger . . . and Geo. Dawes, 1675. 164 x 110 mm. Sheep ca. 1675, gilt spine with leather label, corners repaired, minor stains on front cover. Some edges a bit frayed, but very good. Early annotations (penmanship practice, arithmetical calculations) on folding table and final leaves. Bookplate. First Edition. Brydell, a lawyer and secretary to Charles II's Master of the Rolls, published a number of treatises on British law, including this one on the legal privileges enjoyed by the English nobility and gentry. "Generally, the works ascribed to him reflect a very wide range of jurisprudential expertise, covering such topics as the laws and customs of London, the rights and privileges of the nobility and gentry, conveyancing, bastardy, and lunacy. They also indicate a strongly conservative and pro-monarchical frame of mind" (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography). Bookseller Inventory # 40688

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Title: Jus imaginis apud anglos; or the law of ...

Publisher: John Billinger; Geo. Dawes, London

Publication Date: 1675

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First edition.

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