ID 6650
Name Francis Clay
Gender Male
Street Address Bible & Star, without Temple Bar
City London
Start Date 1716
End Date 1738
Sources British Book Trade Index 14324
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The analysis of the law: being a scheme, or, abstract, of the several titles and partitions of the law of England, digested into method. By Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. The second edition corrected: with the addition of an alphabetical table. Hale , Matthew (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1716
Bookseller The history of the common law of England. Divided into twelve chapters. By Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. The second edition corrected. Hale , Matthew (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1716
Bookseller A law-Dictionary and glossary, interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms, as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern, laws. With References to the several Statutes, Records, Registers, Charters, Ancient Deeds, Manuscripts and Law-Books, wherein the Words and Terms are used. By Tho. Blount, of the Inner-Temple, Esq; The third edition. To which are added near three thousand words, Collected from all the Laws of the Saxon, Danish and Norman Kings: And from all the Ancient Books of the Common Law, from the Monasticon Anglicanum, Du Fresne's Glossary, Chronicon Saxonicum, and the Volumes lately published by Dr. Gale. Also an explanation of all the ancient names of the inhabitants, cities, towns, villages and rivers of Great Britain. Collected formerly by Mr. Camden and others, and necessary for Understanding the History and Laws of this Realm. By W. Nelson, of the Middle Temple, Esq; Blount , Thomas (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Nelson , William (Author)
and 1 more.
1717
Publisher The reports and entries of Sir Edward Lutwyche, Serjeant at Law, and late one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas. The several cases therein are truly stated upon the respective Pleadings and Entries, in English. Also Every Citation in the Report is carefully examin'd by the Law-Books to which they refer, and where they agree, and where they differ from the Point in Question made appear; and those ranged in that Order as in many Places to form an Argument where there was none before; with large Observations. Likewise Many obsolete Words and difficult Sentences are explain'd; which are printed in a different Character. Composed in a plain and easy method, and made very useful for Students and Practisers of the Common Law. By W. Nelson of the Middle-Temple, Esq; Nelson , William (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Great Britain , Court of Common Pleas (Author)
1717
Publisher A bold stroke for a wife: a comedy; as it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. By the author of The busie-body and The gamester. Centlivre , Susanna (Author)
1718
Publisher The law-French dictionary alphabetically digested; very useful for all young students in the common laws of England. To which is added, the Law-Latin dictionary: Being An Alphabetical Collection of such Law-Latin Words as are found in several Authentic Manuscripts, and Printed Books of Precedents, whereby Entering Clerks, and others, may be furnished with fit and proper Words, in a Common Law Sense, for any thing they shall have occasion to make use of, in drawing Declarations, or any parts of Pleading. Also, a more Compendious and Accurate Exposition of the Terms of the Common Law (interspers'd throughout) than any hitherto extant, containing many important Words of Art used in Law-Books. The second edition, corrected and enlarg’d. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
Publisher The law-Latin dictionary: being an alphabetical collection of such law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; being an alphabetical collection of such law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; whereby entering clerks and others, may be furnished with fit and proper words in a common law sense, for any thing they have occasion to make use of, in drawing declarations, or any parts of pleading : also, a more compendious and accurate exposition of the terms of the common law (interspersed throughout) than any hitherto extant; containing many important words of art used in law-books. The second edition, corrected and enlarg’d. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
Publisher The laws concerning travelling, &c. Viz. 1. Robbery. 2. Of such accidents as the traveller is liable to upon the road. 3. What satisfaction he shall have where he suffers by bad ways; and of Trespass to avoid them. 4. Of land-carriage, and where carriers are responsible for Goods delivered them. 5. Of Innkeepers, and the remedies against their Extortions, and where they are answerable for the Goods of their Guests. 6. Of Water-Carriage; and therein of Importation and Exportation of Merchandize. 7. Of negotiating Bills of exchange. 8. Of the Currency of Money. 9. Of the laws for regulating Hackney Coaches, Chairs, Chairmen, and Watermen in and about London. Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
1718
Publisher The reports and entries of Sir Edward Lutwyche, Serjeant at Law, and late one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas. The several cases therein are truly stated upon the respective Pleadings and Entries, in English. Also Every Citation in the Report is carefully examin'd by the Law-Books to which they refer, and where they agree, and where they differ from the Point in Question made appear; and those ranged in that Order as in many Places to form an Argument where there was none before; with large Observations. Likewise Many obsolete Words and difficult Sentences are explain'd; which are printed in a different Character. Composed in a plain and easy method, and made very useful for Students and Practisers of the Common Law. By W. Nelson of the Middle-Temple, Esq; Nelson , William (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Great Britain , Court of Common Pleas (Author)
1718
Publisher Modern cases, argued and adjudged in the Court of Queen's Bench at Westminster, in the second and third years of Queen Anne, in the time when Sir John Holt late Chief Justice there. With two tables: the first, of the names of the cases: And the Other, of the special Matter therein contained. By a careful hand. The Second Edition. Review'd and Corrected, and Many thousand New and Proper References added. By W. B. Esq; Great Britain , Court of King's Bench (Author)
B. , W. (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
and 1 more.
1719
Publisher Tables of all the cases printed in the books of reports, digested under proper heads. To which is added, the names of all the cases in an alphabetical order. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1719
Publisher The justice of peace's vade mecum: being a compleat summary of all the acts of Parliament relating to justices of peace; shewing the various penalties of offences by statute, and the particular power of one, two, or more Justices, in their proceedings and determinations, as well as out of sessions, under several distinct Heads. To which are added, some adjudged cases concerning justices of peace, and the several branches of their business; Instructions for drawing all manner of warrants, and Precedents of Warrants, Commitments, &c. in all common Matters. The whole done in an alphabetical method, with an exact table. Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
1719
Publisher The practical register: or, a general abridgment of the law, as it is now practised in the several courts of Chancery, King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, digested by way of Common-place, under Alphabetical heads, with a great variety of Cases extracted from the Reports. Together with all the modern rules of court brought down to this present year 1719. In two volumes. To which are added, Two TABLES: One of the several Acts of Parliament mention'd and explain'd throughout this whole Work. The Other, of the Names of the several Heads contained in each Volume. By John Lilly, Gent, Lilly , John (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1719
Publisher Reports of cases and special arguments, argued and adjudged in the court of King's Bench, beginning in Easter term the thirtieth of King Charles the Second, and ending in Easter Term the third of King James the Second. With many marginal notes and references: with two complete tables, ... By Sir Benjamin Shower, ... Great Britain , Court of King's Bench (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Shower , Bartholomew (Author)
1720
Publisher The gentleman's assistant, tradesman's lawyer, and country-man's friend. I. Directing them in Contracts, Bargains and Agreements, whereby they may learn to buy and contract safely, and cautiously avoid being over-reached in their Bargains, &c. II. Concerning borrowing, lending and restoring, and of Goods pledged and pawned. III. Setting forth several other adjudged Cases relating to Tradesmen, &c. IV. Cases relating to Farmers, and concerning Stoppage of Ways, Water-Courses, Lights, Commons, and several other Nusances. V. Concerning scandalous Words, purposely spoken to the Prejudice of a Man, &c. VI. Concerning Leases, Mortgages, Corn, Waste, Distresses, &c. Also many other matters relating to Landlord and Tenant. Vii. Concerning discharging and ending of Actions, Suits and Controversies, and therein largely concerning Arbitrements, Awards and Umpirage, with all their Circumstances. Viii. Certain Statute-Laws, concerning Labourers, Tradesmen, Artificers, Apprentices, Petty Chapmen, &c. Collected from the ancient and modern law-books, and confirmed by several Authorities; and therefore may be useful as well to the Professors of the Law, as to Gentlemen, Tradesmen and others. The third edition, corrected and enlarged with an appendix and many other proper Additions; with a Table to the Whole. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1720
Publisher The landlords law: or, the law concerning landlords, tenants, and farmers. Viz. 1. Of the nature and origin of tenures. 2. Of Estates, and their several Kinds. 3. Of Copyholds and Copyholders. 4. Of Leases, Covenants, Surrenders, Assignments, &c. 5, and 6. Of the Parties to Leases, wherein is shewn who may lease, who may rent, and what may be leased. 7, and 8. Contain the Obligations and Rights of the Parties, by Virtue of the Lease. 9, and 10. Of the remedies the law gives each party for the recovery of their rights. Necessary for all Landlords, Tenants, Farmers, Stewards, Agents, Sollicitors, and others concerned in the Buying, Selling, and Letting of Estates The sixth edition. To which is added an appendix containing such Acts of. Parliament and proper precedents as relate to these subjects, brought down to this time. Great Britain , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1720
Publisher The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq; In five volumes. To which are added, (in order to render the Work Compleat) I. Mr. Bickerstaff's Predictions for the Year 1708. II. The Accomplishment of his Prediction as to the Death of Dr. Partridge. III. His Vindication, against Dr. Partridge's Objections in his Almanack of 1709. IV. An Elegy on the Death of Dr. Patridge. Steele , Richard (Author)
Addison , Joseph (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1720
Publisher The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq; vol. V. The second edition. Steele , Richard (Author)
Addison , Joseph (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1720
Publisher The second part of the reports of cases and special arguments, argued and adjudged in the Court of King's Bench, beginning in Easter Term the thirtieth of King Charles the Second, and ending in Easter Term the third of King James the Second. With many marginal notes and references: with two compleat tables, one of the names of cases, the other of the principal contents. By Sir Bartholomew Shower, Knight. Shower , Bartholomew (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Great Britain , Court of King's Bench (Author)
1720
Publisher A preparative to pleading. Being a work intended for the instruction and help of young clerks. Containing Several Directions, Declarations, Pleadings, Issues and Judgments, both in the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas; with necessary Instructions how to sue any Person to the Outlawry, how to levy a Fine, and how to suffer Recoveries in the said Court of Common Pleas. By George Townesend, Esq; Second Prothonotary of that Court. The Third Edition. Townesend , George (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1721
Publisher The life of Madam de Beaumount, a French lady; who lived in a cave in Wales above fourteen Years undiscovered, being forced to fly France for her Religion; and of the cruel Usage she had there. Also her lord's adventures in Muscovy, where he was a Prisoner some Years. With An Account of his returning to France, and her being discover'd by a Welsh Gentleman, who fetch'd her Lord to Wales: And of many strange Accidents which befel them, and their Daughter Belinda, who was stolen away from them; and of their Return to France in the Year 1718. By Mrs. Aubin. Aubin , Penelope (Author)
1721
Publisher The office and authority of a Justice of Peace: collected out of all the books, whether of common or statute law, hitherto written on that subject. Shewing also the duty of constables, commissioners of sewers, coroners, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highways, church-wardens, and other parish-officers: digested under alphabetical titles. To which are added, precedents of indictments and warrants, never before printed. Very useful for Justices of the Peace, coroners, sheriffs, clerks of the Assizes, and of the Peace, and all others concern'd in such matters. The seventh edition, corrected, amended, and continued down to this present year 1721. By W. Nelson, of the Middle-Temple, Esq; Nelson , William (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1721
Publisher The Noble Slaves: or, The Lives and Adventures of Two Lords and Two Ladies, who were shipwreck'd and cast upon a desolate island near the East-Indies, in the year 1710. The manner of their living there: the surprizing discoveries they made, and strange deliverance thence. How in their return to Europe they were taken by two Algerine pirates near the Straits of Gibraltar. Of the slavery they endured in Barbary; and of their meeting there with several persons of quality, who were likewise slaves. Of their escaping thence, and safe arrival in their respective countries, Venice, Spain, and France, in the year 1718. With many extraordinary accidents that befel some of them afterwards. Being a history full of most remarkable events. By Mrs. Aubin. Aubin , Penelope (Author)
1722
Publisher The life of Madam de Beaumount, a French lady; who lived in a cave in Wales above fourteen years undiscovered, being forced to fly to France for her religion; and of the cruel Usage she had there. Also her lord's adventures in Muscovy, where he was a Prisoner some Years. With An Account of his returning to France, and her being discover'd by a Welsh Gentleman, who fetch'd her Lord to Wales: And of many strange Accidents which befel them, and their Daughter Belinda, who was stolen away from them; and of their Return to France in the Year 1718. The second edition. By Mrs. Aubin. Aubin , Penelope (Author)
1728

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