LOes Reports de Sir Gefrey Palmer
by Sir Gefrey Palmer
Sir Geoffrey Palmer (1598-1670) was a member of Parliament and the attorney-general to Charles II. In 1633 he edited the reports of his father-in-law, Sir Francis Moore, and a good amount of this appears in the present work. This consists "of cases chiefly in the king's bench from 1619 to 1629, and [they] are considered to be of respectable authority. Whether Palmer did more than edit them is doubtful." 
Author: Sir Gefrey Palmer
Title: Les Reports de Sir Gefrey Palmer, Chevalier & Baronet ...: Imprime & Publie per l'Original
Publication Info: London: Printed by the assigns of R. and E. Atkyns, for Robert Pawlet, 1678.
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Description of the Wolf Law Library's copy
Bound in full old calf, blind tooled ruling, rehinged. Text in French with black letter and title in old hand on fore-edge. Includes previous owner's name in old hand and engraved frontispiece portrait of Palmer by White, based on a portrait by Lely. Purchased from Krown & Spellman, Booksellers.
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- DNB. Wing P225. ESTC r218708.