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Law Tracts :
1. The Compleat Copyholder ; being a Dif
course of the Antiquity and Nature of
Manors and Copyholds, &c. II. A Reading on 27 Edward the First, called
the Statute De Finibus levatis. JII. A Treatise of Bail and Mainprize.
By Sir EDWARD Coke, Knight, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench.
To which are added,
The Old Tenures ; also, Some Notes and Addi
tions to LORD COKE's Commentary upon Littleton, shewing how the Laws are altered since those Authors wrote.
By WILLIAM HAWKINS, Serjeant at Law.
The whole published in the English Language.
L O N D ON:
Printed by his Majesty's Law-Printer ; Fer J. WORRALL, at the Dove, in Bell-yard, near Lincoln's Insua
F the original of manors; of their denures, and services to them belonging. Sect. I. to 22.
Page 1 to 17 Chap. II. Of certain particular services inci
dent and belonging to manors, viz. Wardships, Heriots, Reliefs, Amercements, For
feitures, Escheats. Se&t. 22 to 29. 17 to 43 Chap. III. Of corporal, annual and accidental services. Seet. 29, 30, 31.
43 to 44 Chap. IV. Of the efficient causes of manors;
and of the several courts belonging to manors, viz. Court-baron and court-leet, and the differences betwixt them. Se&t. 31. lat
ಆc Chap. V. Of the antiquity of copyholders, and whether such tenure was anciently focage, A 2
base tenure, or villenage ; and of the repute
of copyholds and copyholders at this day.
Chap. IX. Of ,surrenders, presentments, and
adniittances; and first of surrenders made im. X
what and where not. Seet. 38, 39. 85 to 86 metais
Chap. XI. Of admittances ; by whom to be 62.
made, and where in court, where out of 5.
Chap. XV. Of defcents of copyholds, and
how they are to be guided and directed.
cerning copyholds and copyhold-eftates, and
in what court to be brought. Sect. 51. 11
Chap. XX. Of extinguishment of copyholds
and copyhold-estates, and what and whose