Great Britain. Court of Chancery
Found in 2 Records:
Collection of separately written official copies of Court of Chancery decrees from Great Britain. The cases, collected by Sir Thomas Phillipps, were apparently chosen to illustrate some point of law or procedure, usually concerned with wills or mortgages.
Roll: court proceedings (20 membranes). Records of 3 causes heard before the Lord Chancellor; containing Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint, Defendant's answer, Master's report and transcription of relevant documents, Chancellor's decree. Dates Covered: 1671-1728. Places covered: Calcutta, Dorset, Suffolk.