Reports of cases argued and adjudged in the courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas,
in the reigns of the late King William, Queen Anne, King George the First, and King George the Second. [1694-1732]
Taken and collected by the Right Honourable Robert Lord Raymond.
|Main Creator:||Great Britain. Court of King's Bench.|
|Published / Created:||
Dublin : Printed for E. Lynch, 1792.
|Edition:||First Irish edition.|
Vol. 1: 4th ed., cor.; with additional references to former and later reports; by John Bayley. Vols. 2 and 3 published by George Wilson.
Vol. 3 only contains Pleadings to cases in Lord Raymond's Reports.
On t.p., v. 2-3: Containing the entries of pleadings to the cases comprehended in the two former volumes. Published by George Wilson.
Vols. 1-2 paged continously.
Raymond was a man of great learning, and, though he does not rank with the most illustrious of the sages of the law, he left an enviable reputation for strict, impartial, and painstaking administration of justice. His 'Reports of cases...' are of great but unequal authority, no all of the earlier cases being his own reporting.
Physical description: 3 volumes: , 746,  ; , 747-1591,  ; , 361,  pages ; 24 cm