March's actions for slander, and arbitrements The first, being a collection, under certain grounds and heads, of what words are actionable in the law, and what not: where an action de scandalis magnatum will lie: and of the nature of a libel. The other, a discourse, shewing what arbitrements are good in law, and what not: together with directions and presidents of conditions to perform awards, indentures of submission to awards, with covenants to perform the same; arbitrements of lands which the parties covenant to perform, or of debt, &c. upon submission by bond, and variety of pleadings therein. As also, certain quæries, or doubtful cases, under proper titles, with the books cited pro & contra; very useful for all students in the law. First written by Jo. March of Grayes-Inn, barrister, in the year, 1648.
printed for Elizabeth Walbanck, at Grayes-Inn Gate in Grayes-Inn Lane,
|Edition:||And now reviewed and enlarged with many useful additions: By W.B.|
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