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The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ... - Страница 184
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The Life of the Right Honourable Francis North, Baron of Guilford, Lord ...

Roger North - 1808
...had the gold, another the crowns and half-crowns, and another the fmaller money. When thefe veffels were full, they were committed to his friend (the Hon. Roger North) who was conftantly near him, to tell out the cafh, and put it into bags according to the contents ; and fo...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Том 10

1837
...another the crowns and halfcrowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full, they wen committed to his friend (the Hon. Roger North), who...integrity of his friend, wherein he was confirmed by m very little accident i for while they were walking together, that young gentleman, newly come from...

Memorials of the Early Lives and Doings of Great Lawyers

Cecilia Lucy Brightwell - 1866 - 251 страници
...that came in by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half-crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full, they were committed to his friend (the biographer), who was constantly near him, to tell out the cash, and put it into bags according to the...

A Book about Lawyers

John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1867 - 432 страници
...that came in by fees. One- had the gold, another the crowns and half-crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full, they were committed to his friend (the Hon. Koger North), who was constantly near him, to tell out the cash, and put it into the bags according...

Albany Law Journal, Том 6

1873
...that came in by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full they were committed...constantly near him, to tell out the cash and put it into the bags According to the contents." Sir John Cheshire, King's Sergeant, made, about i the year 1720,...

Albany Law Journal, Том 6

1873
...came in VThë by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full they were committed...constantly near him, to tell out the cash and put it into the bags according to the contents." ^/ Sir John Cheshire, King's Sergeant, made, about the year 1720,...

The Canada Law Journal, Том 9

1873
...money that came in by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half crowns, another the smaller money. When these vessels were full they were committed...constantly near him, to tell out the cash and put it into the bags according to the contents." Sir John Cheshire, King's Sergeant, made about the year 1720,...

Pleasantries of English Courts and Lawyers: A Book about Lawyers

John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1876 - 322 страници
...that came in by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half-crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full, they were committed to his friend (the Hon. Roger North),. 1 " In the fourth day of his fever, he being att the Chancery Bar, he fell so ill of the fever that...

Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury - 1880
...that came in by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half-crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full, they were committed...constantly near him, to tell out the cash and put it into the bags according to the contents ; and so they went to his treasurers, Blanchard & Child, goldsmiths,...

The Leisure Hour, Том 32

1883
...that came in by fees. One had the gold, another the crowns and half-crowns, and another the smaller money. When these vessels were full they were committed...constantly near him to tell out the cash and put it 31 6 347 into the bags according to the contents ; and so they went to his treasurers, Blanchard and...




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