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Practicks of the laws of Scotland : Observed and collected by Sir Robert Spotilwoode of Pentland, president of the College of Justice, and secretary of state of K. Charles the I. As also, abstracts taken out of the ancient records of this kingdom, whereby is declared the manner of administrating justice in civil causes, before the College of Justice was erected, and propositions & questions in law made by the same author. With memoirs of his life and trail for an alledg'd crime of high treason against the states: in the preached Parliament at St. Andrews, in December 1645, and January 1646. Published by John Spotiswoode of that-ilk, advocate, the author's grand-son.

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Main Author: Spottiswoode, Robert, Sir
Published: Edinburgh : Printed by James Watson : MDCCVI. [1706]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
Topics: Trials (Treason) - Scotland - Early works to 1800.
Regions: Scotland.
Genres: Early works.
Online Access: ECCO - Full text online
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Location & Availability for: Practicks of the laws of Scotland : Obse