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ISNI: 
0000 0000 7976 1849
Name: 
William Wynne
William Wynne (Welsh lawyer)
Wynne, W.
Wynne, William
Dates: 
1692-1765
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Atterbury, Francis (1662-1732)
Fothergill, John (1712-1780)
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Stover, Christian
Wynne, Edward (1734-1784)
Yorke, Charles (1722-1770)
Titles: 
defence of Francis, late lord bishop of Rochester, at the bar of the House of Lords, on thursday the 9th and saturday the 11th of May 1723, against the bill then depending for inflicting pains and penalties on him, The
Jacob Lopes Henriques ... [MI] 1730:
John Fothergill, M.D., Daniel Zachary, Thomas How, Devereaux Bowley, Luke Hind, Jacob Hagen, Silvanus Grove, and William Heron, the surviving trustees nominated and appointed by an act of Parliament ... intituled "An act for vesting vertain estates in Pennsylvania, New-Jersey and Maryland belonging to the proprietors of a partnership commonly called the Pennsylvania Land Company in London, in trustees, to be sold, and for other purposes therin mentioned," appellants, Christopher Stover, respondent : the appellants case.
Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, judge of the high-court of Admiralty and prerogative court of Canterbury, etc., ambassador and plenipotentiary for the general peace at Cologn and Nimeguen, and secretary of State to K. Charles II, and a compleat series of letters from the beginning to the end of those two important treaties, wherein are related the most remarkable transactions of those times, both foreign and domestick, together with many valuable papers and original letters, relating to the rights and privileges of the universities, and other weighty subjects, and the resolution of many difficult and curious points in the common and civil law, laws of merchants and of nations, that arose within the time of his ministry... By William Wynne,...
life of Sir Leoline Jenkyns, judge of the High-Court od Admiralty, and Prerogative Court of Canterbury &c., ambassador and plenipotentiary for the general peace at Cologn and Nimeguen, and secretary of state to K. Charles II, The : and a compleat series of Letters from the beginning to the end of those two treaties, wherein are related the most remarkable transactions of those times, both foreign and domestick : together with many valuable papers and original letters, relating to the rights and privileges of the universities and other weighty subjects, and the resolution of many difficult and curious points in the common and civil law, laws of merchants and of nations, that arose within the time of the ministry.
miscellany, containing several law tracts., A
Observations touching the antiquity and dignity of the degree of serjeant at law : with reasons against laying open the Court of Common Pleas, as was proposed, at the time of writing these observations.
Pennsylvania
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