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An Act For turning the Books of the Law, and All Process and Proceedings in Courts of Justice into English [with] An Additional Act Concerning the Proceedings of the Law in English. Neither in Wing. Folio
The far-reaching legislation requiring that the law of England in virtually all its manifestations be in English, a fundamental reform aborted at the Restoration and not largely achieved until the early eighteenth century [in 1731] under George II. Pages 1097-1099 and 1339-1341, light browning, disbound, else clean and with ample margins, now preserved in a modern folding case; the Taussig copies. [1] Printed by Edward Husband and John Field [2] by John Field, London, 1650 & 1651.
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