Manuscript/Mixed Material Abridgment of the common law. Abridgement of the common law / Early law notes

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Title
Abridgment of the common law.
Other Title
Abridgement of the common law
Early law notes
Contributor Names
Byrd, William, 1674-1744, former owner.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, former owner.
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[17th century]
Subject Headings
-  Law--England--Digests--Early works to 1800
Notes
-  Title from Sowerby.
-  Manuscript written in an unidentified 17th century hand. Incomplete: the text begins with "Forfeiture". Passages have been crossed-out. The original binding (preserved) measures 21 cm. The manuscript leaves have been encapsulated in plastic sleeves, and divided in 2 volumes. Several pages have holes and are missing text.
-  Sowerby, E.M. Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson, 1795
-  Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress, 1918, page 505, (17)
-  Includes a manuscript index in a hand different from that of the text. The index gives "Forfeiture" as beginning on p. 1. There are 10 blank leaves after the index, counted in the pagination.
-  Forms part of the Jefferson Exhibit Collection. With the Library of Congress's 1815 bookplate; and the armorial bookplate of William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, Esq.
-  Purchase; Thomas Jefferson, 1815.
-  At one time this volume was listed in the finding aid to the Thomas Jefferson Papers, 1606-1943 as Series 8, volume 3. It was too fragile to be microfilmed and has now been removed from the finding aid, with note: (the volume originally numbered 3 ... is damaged and therefore was not digitized.) he04 2016-02-08
Medium
2 v. [394] p. ; 22 x 23 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
Manuscript 14
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/Jefferson.56127_v1.1
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/Jefferson.56127_v2.1
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/Jefferson.56127_v3.1
Library of Congress Control Number
2016656127
Online Format
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Description
Title from Sowerby. Manuscript written in an unidentified 17th century hand. Incomplete: the text begins with "Forfeiture". Passages have been crossed-out. The original binding (preserved) measures 21 cm. The manuscript leaves have been encapsulated in plastic sleeves, and divided in 2 volumes. Several pages have holes and are missing text. Sowerby, E.M. Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson, 1795 Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress, 1918, page 505, (17) Includes a manuscript index in a hand different from that of the text. The index gives "Forfeiture" as beginning on p. 1. There are 10 blank leaves after the index, counted in the pagination. Forms part of the Jefferson Exhibit Collection. With the Library of Congress's 1815 bookplate; and the armorial bookplate of William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, Esq. Purchase; Thomas Jefferson, 1815. At one time this volume was listed in the finding aid to the Thomas Jefferson Papers, 1606-1943 as Series 8, volume 3. It was too fragile to be microfilmed and has now been removed from the finding aid, with note: (the volume originally numbered 3 ... is damaged and therefore was not digitized.) he04 2016-02-08
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