March, J., & Early English Books Online. (1651). Amicus reipublicæ. = The Common-Wealths friend: Or an exact and speedie course to justice and right, and for preventing and determining of tedious law-suits. With many other things very considerable for the good of the publick. All which are fully controverted and debated in law. By John March of Grayes-Inne, barister. London: Printed by Will. Bentley, for Francis Eglesfield, at the Marygold in S. Pauls Church-yard.MLA Citation
March, John, and Early English Books Online. Amicus Reipublicæ. = The Common-Wealths Friend: Or an Exact and Speedie Course to Justice and Right, and for Preventing and Determining of Tedious Law-suits. With Many Other Things Very Considerable for the Good of the Publick. All Which Are Fully Controverted and Debated in Law. By John March of Grayes-Inne, Barister. London: Printed by Will. Bentley, for Francis Eglesfield, at the Marygold in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1651.