Wynnstay MS 57 [RESTRICTED ACCESS]
- [1660x1700] (Creation)
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Foliated 1-106 ; 295 x 195 mm.
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Reports of cases heard in the Kings Bench 1660-1666, by William Williams. On an unnumbered folio following f. 106, William Williams has entered a few notes on recorders and mayors of Chester, of which city he was Recorder from 1667 to 1684. On the following folio is the note: 'I was elected Speaker of the House of Comons by the unanimous consent of the House upon Thursday 21th day of Octr. 1680: 32 Car. 2 and continued Speaker to the end of that Parliament which was dissolved by Proclamacon ye 18th of January 1680.' Particulars of his seat in the Rolls, Grays Inn and Chancery follow.
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Access to the original manuscript by authorised permission only. Readers are directed to use surrogate copies.
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Available on microfilm at the Library.
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Preferred citation: Wynnstay MS 57.
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- Williams, William, Sir, 1634-1700 (Creator)
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