2 edition of A New-years guift to the Templers on that eminent lawyer Sir Edmund Saunders found in the catalog.
A New-years guift to the Templers on that eminent lawyer Sir Edmund Saunders
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 966:55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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A New-years guift to the Templers on that eminent lawyer Sir Edmund Saunders: his being chosen Lord Chief-Justice of England, when ploting knaves from justice fly away, then loyal templers shall come into play, when rogues, and traytors, dare not shew their face, then honest men again shall come in place, to the tune of, Joy to the bridegroom.
Saunders Mac Lane: a mathematical autobiography / by: Mac Lane, Saunders, Published: () An Elegy in commemeration of Sr. Edmund Saunders: late lord chief justice of His Majesties Court of Kings-Bench, vvho departed this life the 19th of this instant June, anno Domini Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Format: Book, Microform; 1 sheet (2 p.). Author / [Publication date] Title  Near Charing Cross, over against Northumberland (alias Suffolk) House, at a turners house, nigh the Golden Lyon Tavern, is to be seen the wonder of this present age.
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