Legal commonplace with reports of cases, 366 folios: (fos 1-150) commonplace under alphabetical titles from 'Baile' to 'Tythes', based on printed sources, c. 1720; (fos 153-189) reports of what appear to be cases at Westminster, though written in the manner of moots, c. 1720; (fos 203-360v) more commonplace, but in no particular order; (2 fos, loose) report of the attorney-general v. Ramsay and Crawford regarding customs duties; (2 fos, loose) 'Time and place necessary circumstances attending all human actions', a note in the same hand as the last item and possibly continued from it. Inside the front cover is a 19th century insertion, 'Loddington' (there is a similar inscription in MS.Add.5949).
Legal Commonplace and Reports of Cases
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The 'Loddington' in the front cover may refer to William Loddington (d. 1857), M.A.; B.D.; fellow of Clare College, Cambridge.
Open for consultation by holders of a Reader's Ticket valid for the Manuscripts Reading Room.
Bequeathed by E. Atkinson, 1915.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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For further details see J.H. Baker, A catalogue of English legal manuscripts in Cambridge University Library (The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, 1996), pp. 596-597.