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Lord Redesdale's Opinion. Document, one page, seventeen lines, discussing whether the dignity of the Earl of Westmoreland, created in 1397 during the reign of Richard II, is forfeited by a descendant convicted of high treason and outlawed
The authoritative opinion of Lord Redesdale (author of "Report on the Dignity of a Peer"), distinguishing Coke's view in Nevill's Case, and holding that pre-Conquest law still governs, forfeiting a dignity for all descendants, direct or indirect. About seven by nine inches, one horizontal fold, a very good crisp copy. N.p., London?, n.d..
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