|Other titles||Chancery proceedings. Reynardson., Chancery proceedings. Reynardson 1649-1714. Vol.1. A-K., Chancery proceedings. Reynardson 1649-1714. Vol.2. L-Z.|
|Statement||Ed. by Edward Alexander Fry. Vol.1, A to K / Edited by Edward Alexander Fry. Vol.2, L to Z / Edited by Edward Alexander Fry.|
|Series||The Index Library / British Record Society -- 29, 32|
|Contributions||Fry, Edward Alexander.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v (xxiii, 259; 238p) (2) ;|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||05035317|
The Chancery Records Index (CRI) is a result of archival processing and indexing projects overseen by the Library of Virginia (LVA) and funded, in part, by the Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program (CCRP). 1. Why use this guide? This guide will help you to find and understand records of the Court of Chancery, which heard civil cases, referred to as equity suits, from until the dissolution of the court in (when it was replaced by the Chancery Division of the Supreme Court of Judicature).. These records are among the great treasures of The National Archives, their vast number, very. Index of chancery proceedings (Reynardson's division) preserved in the Public record office, v Item Preview. Get this from a library! Index of Chancery proceedings, (series II) preserved in the Public record office.. [A J Gregory; Great Britain. Court of Chancery.].
Get this from a library! Index of Chancery proceedings (series I): preserved in the Public Record Office.. [Great Britain. Public Record Office.; Great Britain. Court of Chancery.]. Index of Chancery proceedings, Series I-II, preserved in the Public record office. v Index of Chancery proceedings Volume 1 ; (series II) preserved in the Public record office [Great Britain. Court of Chancery] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not : Great Britain. Court of Chancery. H. Horwitz, Chancery Equity Records and Proceedings (P.R.O. Handbook no 27; London, ) This guide describes the post-medieval records, but has useful background information W.J. Jones, The Elizabethan Court of Chancery (Oxford, ).
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