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[SAUNDERS, Edmund]. Summus Angliae Seneschallus: or, a survey of the Lord High-Steward of England, his Office, Dignity, and Jurisdiction; Particularly the Manner of arraigning a Peer indicted of treason or felony. In a Letter to the Lords in the tower; with Resolutions to certain queries made by their Lordships, relating to Traiterous and Seditious Practices.

London. Re-printed and sold by M. Cooper, 1746. Second edition.
8vo. [2], 49pp, [1]. Recent dark green calf-backed green cloth. A trifle rubbed and marked. Internally clean and crisp.
A mid-eighteenth-century reprint of a pamphlet by judge and law reporter Edmund Saunders (d. 1683), first published in 1680, on the duties of the office of Lord High Steward.
ESTC T105685.
£ 125.00 Antiquates Ref: 25131