Symboleography. Which may be termed, The Art, or Description, of Instruments and Presidents. Collected By William West. Augmented with diuers new Presidents not heretofore printed.

West, William, active 1568-1594 [Browse]
London, Printed by the Assignes of John More, Esq., 1632, '11.
2 v. in 1. 22 cm.


  • Issued in 2 parts; pt. 1 has title: The First Part of Symboleography [etc., as given above]; pt. 2 has title: The Second Part of Symboleography, Newly corrected and amended, and verie much enlarged in all the foure seuerall Treatises. 1. Of Fines and Concords. 2. Of Common Recoueries. 3. Of Offences and Indictments. 4. Of Compromises and Arbitrements. Whereunto is annexed another Treatise of Equitie: the Jurisdiction, and proceedings of the high Court of Chancerie; of Supplications, Bils, and Answeres; and of certaine Writs and Commissions issuing thence, and there also returnable: Likewise much augmented with diuers Presidents, for the same purpose, beginning at the 144. Section, and continuing to the end of Bils and Answers. With an addition of some necessarie Exemplars to be vsed in his Maiesties Court of Exchequer, Wards and Liueries, and Starre-Chamber. Hereunto is also added a Table for the more easie and readie finding of matters, herein contained ... London, Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1611.
  • Initials; printers' ornaments.
  • Partly in Latin; the first part is without pagination or foliation, the second part is foliated.
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