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}}Roger Comberbach served as recorder of Chester and a judge of North Wales.<ref>William Holdsworth, ''A History of English Law'', (London: Methuen & Co., Sweet and Maxwell, 1924), 6:558.</ref> Like many other reports of his time, Comberbach's reports were almost universally disparaged.<ref>John William Wallace, ''The Reporters, Arranged and Characterized with Incidental Remarks'', 4th ed., rev. and enl., (Boston: Soule and Bugbee, 1882), 396. </ref> Wallace sums up the work as "[a] posthumous note-book, published by the author's son, and therefore, perhaps, as filial editorships generally go, more pardonable for its worthlessness."<ref>Ibid.</ref>
  
Roger Comberbach served as recorder of Chester and a judge of North Wales.<ref>William Holdsworth, ''A History of English Law'', (London: Methuen & Co., Sweet and Maxwell, 1924), 6:558.</ref> Like many other reports of his time, Comberbach's reports were almost universally disparaged.<ref>John William Wallace, ''The Reporters, Arranged and Characterized with Incidental Remarks'', 4th ed., rev. and enl., (Boston: Soule and Bugbee, 1882), 396. </ref> Wallace sums up the work as "[a] posthumous note-book, published by the author's son, and therefore, perhaps, as filial editorships generally go, more pardonable for its worthlessness."<ref>Ibid.</ref>
 
 
==Bibliographic Information==
 
'''Author:''' Roger Comberbach.
 
 
'''Title:''' ''The Report of Several Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster: From the First Year of King James the Second, to the Tenth Year of King William the Third''.
 
 
'''Publication Info:''' [London], In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of E. Sayer, Esq;) for J. Walthoe, 1724.
 
 
'''Edition:''' First edition; 3 volumes.
 
  
 
==Evidence for Inclusion in Wythe's Library==
 
==Evidence for Inclusion in Wythe's Library==

Revision as of 14:30, 14 January 2014

by Roger Comberbach

The Report of Several Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster: From the First Year of King James the Second, to the Tenth Year of King William the Third.
ComberbachReports1754.jpg

Title page from The Report of Several Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster: From the First Year of King James the Second, to the Tenth Year of King William the Third., volume one, George Wythe Collection, Wolf Law Library, College of William & Mary.

Author Roger Comberbach
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Published [London], In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of E. Sayer, Esq;) for J. Walthoe
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Roger Comberbach served as recorder of Chester and a judge of North Wales.[1] Like many other reports of his time, Comberbach's reports were almost universally disparaged.[2] Wallace sums up the work as "[a] posthumous note-book, published by the author's son, and therefore, perhaps, as filial editorships generally go, more pardonable for its worthlessness."[3]


Evidence for Inclusion in Wythe's Library

Brown's Bibliography[4] includes Comberbach's Reports based on quotations in the manuscript copy of John Marshall's law notes.

Description of the Wolf Law Library's copy

View this book in William & Mary's online catalog.

References

  1. William Holdsworth, A History of English Law, (London: Methuen & Co., Sweet and Maxwell, 1924), 6:558.
  2. John William Wallace, The Reporters, Arranged and Characterized with Incidental Remarks, 4th ed., rev. and enl., (Boston: Soule and Bugbee, 1882), 396.
  3. Ibid.
  4. Bennie Brown, "The Library of George Wythe of Williamsburg and Richmond," (unpublished manuscript, May, 2012) Microsoft Word file. Earlier edition available at: https://digitalarchive.wm.edu/handle/10288/13433