Proposalls, presented to (and most acceptably approved of, by) the honourable Committee for regulating of Courts of Justice, on the twenty eighth day of October, Anno Domini 1650. Wherein is set forth the desires of divers well-affected-persons, for regulating the high court of Chancery, and abolishing of severall unnecessary fees, offices and officers thereto belonging. With a most neeesarie [sic] table thereto annexed: shewing in severall collumes, the large fees that are now exacted by the patentees in present possession; the invallid consideration the clearks have, that undergoe all the labor and service; what will fairly content the true laborers for their paines taken therein; and how much will be saved to the common-vvealth.
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