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Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. 6 Materials for a new Edition of the Parliamentary Records 8 — 18 The Vetus Codex 11 Letter Books in the Office of the Town Clerk of London . Extract from the Appendix to Remarks submitted by Mr, Palgrare to Lord Melbourne in Reply to the Pamphlet of Mr. 73 — 76 Extract from a Report of the Proceedings of the Editor of the Rolls of Parliament for the Year 1830- 1831 76—88 Collections for a complete Edition of the Rolls and Records of Parliament — Tower — Chapter House — British Museum — Public Library, Cambridge, &c. 90 Notices of the original Edition of the Fcedera in the Acta Eruditorum 90 The Acta Regia 95. 454 Materials from which the Fcedera is composed and Sources from whence they are derived . Ancient Laws of Scotland — Regiam Majestatem — Quo- niam Atiachlamenta — Leges Burgorum . of Parliamentary Records of Scotland, printed in 1804, cancelled 249 Plan of Vol. of the present Edition of the Acta Par- liamentorum Scotide 250 Contents of such Sheets of Vol. of the present Edi- tion of the Acta Par Uamentorum Scotiie as have been printed .... Ro TULi Scotle in Turri Londinensi et in Domo Capitulari Wbstmonasteriensi asservati 284—289 English Records illustrative of Scottish History . The Writs in question, of which the enumeration would very far exceed the limits of this statement, are generally entered on the Rolls; but the originals, as may be judged firom some which have been discovered in the Tower, are much more satisfactory than the inrolments, on account of the information obtained from the indorsements and re- turns, &c.

Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. Nicolas pages 65 — 73 Extract from a Report of a Committee o£ the Record Board as to the Utility and Expediency of continuing the Publication of the Parliamentary Writs . pages 20G — 2 1 The Acta Dominorum Auditorum and Acta Dominorum Cancilii, printed 22 1 CHAPTER XXVI. * ilnd Progress in the Compilation of such Volume . 251 — 258 Berne MS., Ancient Scottish Law 255 CHAPTER XXVIII. 289 — 291 Episto Ux Regum Scotorum 291 CHAPTER XXXI. Some important judgments of the Council are entered upon the Rolls, but the practice was not uniform, and many of the proceedings remained on the file.

These last-mentioned Peti- tions, having been taken off their files and pressed into bags, are in bad condition; but two files of Petitions, ap- parently 6f the close of the reign of Edward I., have been found exactly in their original state, and as tiie file was made up by the Clerk of Parliament at the end of the session. This body (the Council) has hitherto stood in such a situation as to entitle us to describe it as a part of Par Uament; but it now detaches itself more and more from the Legislature.

Hitherto the power or jurisdiction of granting relief in cases where the Common Law fails, now denominated equitable jurisdiction, was exercised by Parliament or the Council in Parliament; but now the Council assumes the greatest share of such power; another share passes to Chancery; still, much equitable jurisdiction remains vested in Parliament, until the reign of Edward IV., when the judicial powers of the Legislature are brought nearly within their present bounds.

COMPILED FROM VARIOUS PRINTED BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS. The Black Book of the Irish Exchequer 326 Liber de Antiquis Legibus 326 — 331 An Ancient Building Act — the earliest specimen of a London Byelaw 329 The Memoranda in the Offices of the King's Remem- hrancer and of the Lord Treasurer's Remem- brancer 331—336 The 3f ture of galls, which has the effect, after a certain time, of rendering the surface of the parchment nearly as dark as the letters written thereon. |)genitoris nri in quodam libro de pliamentis ejus- dem dni E. Besides matters properly belonging to Ecclesiastical juris* diction and discipline, they furnish entries of Statutes and ancient translations thereof, Petitions to Parliament and the Council, and Proceedings thereon, supplying some- 16 MATERIALS FOR NEW EDITION times the entire Record, Proxies in Parliament, Mandates^ issued by the Prelates, for the purpose of compelling the attendance of the inferior Clergy in Parliament, by virtue of the prcemunientes clause. These bear a near affinity to Ecclesiastical Registers, but their contents are often more varied and more inter- esting. The destruction of Cor- porate Records and Muniments, arising from ignorance, from neglect, and even from design, is almost incalculable; and it may not be irrelevant to mention a fact which proves that the archives of Corporations occasionally include do- cuments of very high antiquity. No opportunity should be lost of consulting all those Collections of transcripts of Records, which were made between the close of the reign of EUizabeth and the reign of James II.