ID 5055
Last Name Nutt
First Name Elizabeth
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1666
Date of Death 1746
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Printer 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. 1720
Printer The justice's law: being a compendious abstract of the most material parts of the acts of Parliament in force, from Magna Charta to this time, wherein justices of the peace have a power of acting. ... Alphabetically done, with a table for that purpose. By H. L'Estrange, ... one of his Majesty's justice's of the peace for the county of Suffolk. 1720
Printer The land-purchaser's companion: and the laws relating to tenants and tenures. Containing I. The Years Purchase all forts of Lands, Tenements, Rents, Reversions, &c. arc worth; Valluation of Wood, Timber, Tithes, Annuities, &c. with Contracts for Sales. II. A Summary of all the Laws and Statutes concerning Purchases of Lands, tenements, Rents, &c. and the Common Deeds for Conveying and Assigning of the same, Mortgages, &c. Ill. An Abridgement of the Laws relating to all kinds of Tenures; Tenants and Occupiers of Estates: Of Leases, Demand and Tender or Rent, Diftresses and Replevin, Waste, &c. with Precedents of Grants, Leases, &c. interspersed. To which are added, the laws and statutes relating to tithes, so far as they concern Tenants: The Law of Ejectments; Rentals of Estates, Accounts of Rents, &c. 1720
Printer 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. 1720
Printer The law of actions on the case for torts and wrongs; being a methodical collection of all the cases concerning such actions. Viz. I. For trover and conversion of goods. II. For malicious prosecutions. III. For nusances. IV. For disceits and on warranties. V. On the common custom against carriers, innkeepers, &c. To which is added, several select precedents of declarations and pleas in such actions, and references to all that are extant in the books of entries. 1720
Printer The law of commons and commoners; or a treatise shewing the original and nature of common, And the several Kinds thereof, Viz. Common Appendant, Appurtenant, Estovers, turbary, Peschary and pur Cause of Vicinage, of Commons in Gross, and Sans Number, with the Pleadings in reference to every of them. As also the powers and privileges of commoners, in reference to the Soil, to the Lord, to Strangers, and of the Remedies and Actions they may have. Of Declarations, Pleadings, in and to Actions brought by and against Commoners. Approvement, Apportionment, Suspension and Extinguishment of Common. Of Grant of Common, and by what Words Common shall pass. Together With the Learning of Prescriptions in General; the Form and Manner of Pleading Prescription, in reference to Common, in several Rules. Of Prescription and Pleading by a Copyholder in reference to Common. Of Evidence to prove Prescription for Common, the several Customs of Commoners, and of Enclosures. with several forms of precedents adapted to every Sort of Common. The second edition, with large additions. 1720
Printer The laws concerning the poor: or, a compleat treatise of the common and statute law, relating to the relief, settlement, punishment, &c. of the poor. Digested under proper Heads, (viz.) 1. Of the Power of Church-wardens and overseers 2. The various kinds of Settlements. 3. Of Rates and Taxes for Debtors. Relief of the Poor. 4. Of Bastards, how to be Provided for, and Punishment of their Reputed parents. 5. Of the Relief of the Poor by their Relations. 6. Of the Relief of Impotent poor by Alms, and by providing of Habitations for them. 7. Of the Poor in time of the Plague. 8. Of the Relief of Prisoners, as well Criminals as Debtors. 9. Of Work-Houses, and Houses of Correction. 10. Of Apprentices, Labourers, Servants, &c. 11. Of Rogues, Vagrants, &c. and their Punishments. The Appendix, containing the Judges Resolutions on several Points relating to the Poor. Wherein are explained all the Statutes relating to the Poor, down to the present Year 1718. To which are added all the Precedents proper for such a Treatise. The fourth edition, very much enlarged. 1720
Printer The laws of taxation: being a concise treatise of all the acts of Parliament now in force, ... relating to the taxes of England, ... Wherein are set forth, the power and authority of the Senate in levying of taxes; the particular duties ... on the subject, ... the adequate penalties for defaults in payment, ... To which are prefix'd, several new schemes for establishing of funds, ... towards satisfying the national debts: ... 1720
Printer The laws relating to the highways. Containing ... In an alphabetical method from the common and statute-law, and books of reports. 1720
Printer The laws relating to the highways. Containing I. The several kinds of highways; and, the Persons bound to Repair them, of Common Right, and by Prescription: The Manner of electing Surveyors, their Qualifications and Offices in Amending, Presenting, &c. of Highways. II. Of Defaults, &c. and the Statute, Work for Reparation: of Rates and Assessments; The Duty. Justices of Peace and Stewards of Leets in attending the Sessions, making Orders, Rates, &c. Of enlarging High ways, Nuisances, Inclosures, Prosecutions, Convictions, &c. III. The statutes made and pass'd for erecting of turnpikes within this Kingdom and also the Laws concerning Carriers and Carriages. Done in alphabetical Method, from the common and statute law, and books of reports. 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. 1720
Publisher The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq; vol. V. The second edition. 1720
Printer The modern justice: containing the business of a justice of peace, in all its parts. As an Abridgment of the Common Law, and of all the Acts of Parliament relating to Justices of Peace, Constables, and other Parish Officers under them, compleat down to this Time; and some Special Law-Cases to illustrate the same. With great Variety of the most Authentick Precedents of Precepts, Summons, Warrants, Examinations, Commitments, Indictments, &c. regularly Interspersed, fitting all Occasions for putting of the Laws in Force. Also the Chairman's Charge in the Quarter-Sessions; Proceedings in Trying of Criminals, Motions and Trials of Causes relating to Settlements, &c. And the particular Power of Mayers, given by Statute, with Precedents of Warrants, &c. in all Cases. To which are added, A concise Account of the Constitution and Government of a considerable Workhouse for employing of the Poor within the City of Bristol. An Alphabetical Table shewing what Acts of Parliament do concern the Business of a Justice. And a compleat Table to the whole. The third edition, corrected, improv'd, and continued to this present year, 1720. By Giles Jacob, Gent. 1720
Printer The office and duty of executors: or, a treatise directing testators to form, and executors to perform their wills and testaments according to law. Originally compiled by that judicious and approved author, Tho. Wentworth, late Bencher of Lincoln's-Inn. And now enlarged with a supplement, containing Divers Matters and Things not comprized in former Impressions, relating to Wills, Executors, Administrators, Devises, Legacies, &c. Collected from the Common and Statute Laws, and methodically digested, rendring the whole compleat, and in all its Parts conformable to the present Time and Laws now in Force. With References to the several Acts of Parliament and authentick Books of Reports both Ancient and Modern authorizing and approving the same. By H Curson of the Inner-Temple. 1720
Printer 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. 1720
Printer Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua & nova. Or, a new survey of Great Britain, wherein to the Topographical Account given by Mr. Cambden, and the late Editors of his Britannia, is added a more large History, not only of the Cities, Boroughs, Towns, and Parishes mentioned by them, but also many other Places of Note, and Antiquities since discovered. Together with. The Chronology of the most remarkable actions of the Britains, Romans, Saxons, Danes, Normans. The Lives and Constitutions of the Bishops of all our Sees; Founders, and Benefactors to our Universities and Monasteries, the Sufferings of Martyrs, and many other Ecclesiastical Matters. The Acts and Laws of our Parliaments, with the Place of their Meeting. A Character of such eminent Statesmen and Churchmen as have signalized themselves by their wise Conduct and Writings. And the Pedigrees of all our noble, Families and Gentry, both Ancient and Modern, according to the best Relations extant. Collected and Composed by an impartial Hand. 1720-31
Printer A help to magistrates, and Ministers of Justice: also a guide to parish and ward-officers. Containing, 1. Plain Directions for Justices of the Peace 2. To their Clerks. 3. Of Grand and Petty Juries, &c. 4. Penalties upon Forestallers of Markets Fairs, &c. 5. Some Directions to Coroners and their Inquests, &c. 6. Of Mayors of Towns, and the several Branches of their Office. 7. The Office and Duty of a High Constable, Petty-Constable, Headborough, Tything-Man, Bailiff, &c. 8. The Office and Duty of Church wardens and Sidesmen. 9. The Office and Duty of the Oversees of the Poor 10. The Office and Duty of Toll-Keepers and Fair-Keepers. 11. The Office and Duty of Surveyors of High ways, Scavengers, &c. 12. The Office and Duty of Officers in respect of the Preservation of the Game, with several Cases. 13. Observations about Games and Gaming-Houses, with the Penalties. 14. Of laying Wagers, &c. with Cases adjudg'd. The sixth edition. With considerable amendments, and additions, ag[r]eeable to the several Acts of Parliament in these Cases made and provided, not in any former Impression. By P. S. gent. 1721
Printer 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. 1721
Printer A treatise of laws: or, a general introduction to the common, civil, and canon law. In three parts. I. The Common Law of England; illustrated in great Variety of Maxims, &c. Also the Use of this Law; with References to Statutes, in all Cases. II. Of the Civil Law, intermix'd with the Law of Nations, and its Use here in England; and a Parallel between the Civil Law and Common Law. III. The Canon Law, and Laws Ecclesiastical; containing the Authority, and Rights of the English Clergy; Of Patrons of Churches; Courts Ecclesiastical, Trials, &c. The Whole Adapted To the Use of Students, and Practisers of the Law; Students of the Universities; Civilians, Proctors, Ecclesiasticks, and all young Gentlemen. By Giles Jacob. gent. 1721
Printer A treatise of trover and conversion; or the law of actions on the case for torts and wrongs; wherein all the cases concerning such actions, are digested under their proper heads. Viz. I. For Trover and Conversion of Goods. II. For Malicious Prosecutions. III. For Nusances. IV. For Disceits and on Warranties. V. On the Common Custom against Carriers, Innkeepers, &c. To which is added, several select precedents of Declarations and Pleas in such Actions and References to all that are extant in the Book of Entries. The second edition, with large additions. 1721
Printer Doctor and student: or dialogues between a doctor of divinity, and a student in the laws of England, Containing the Grounds of those Laws, together with Questions and Cases concerning the Equity and Conscience thereof; also comparing the Civil, Canon, Common and Statute Laws, and shewing wherein they vary from one another. To which is now added an account of the author, and a general table of the principal matters; never before printed. 1721
Printer Les termes de la ley: or, certain difficult and obscure words and terms of the common and statute laws of this realm, now in use, expounded and explained. Corrected and enlarged with the location of many other Words; particularly of those that have been lately introduced into the statute law of Great Britain, never Printed in any other Impression. 1721
Printer Reports of cases adjudged in the Court of King's Bench; with some special cases in the courts of Chancery, Common Pleas and Exchequer, from the first year of K. William and Q. Mary, to the tenth year of Queen Anne. By William Salkeld, Late Serjeant at Law. With Two Tables; the one of the Names of the Cases, the other of the Principal Matters therein contained. In two volumes. Allow'd and approv'd of by all the Judges. The Second Edition carefully Corrected, to which are now added References to the Reports of the Law. 1721
Printer Riders (1721.) British merlin: Adorn'd with many delightful varieties, and useful verities, fitted to the longitude and latitude of all capacities within the islands of Great-Britain and Ireland. And chronological observations of principal note to this year 1721. Being the first after bissextile, or leap-year, with notes of husbandry and physick, fairs and marts. Also directions and tables for all necessary uses. Made and compos'd for his coun... by Cardanus Riders 1721
Printer 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; 1721

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