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The Relation Betweene the Lord of a Mannor and the Coppy-Holder His Tenant. Delivered in the Learned Readings of the late Excellent and Famous Lawyer, Char. Calthrope . . . Published for the good of the Lords of Mannors, and their Tenants. S.T.C. 4369.5. 4to
A rare example of a Inn of Chancery reading, one of two noted by Dr. Baker (the other by Coke), and one of the earliest readings to be printed, delivered at Furnival's Inn in 1574-75, prepared for publication by Calthrope, and widely circulated. Modern brown blind-ruled goat morocco, gilt, quite browned; a usable copy only. Printed for William Cooke . . . in Holborne, London, 1635.
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