The Birth of Modern London: the development and design of the city 1660-1720

Lawyers are said to be the only winners from property and building litigation ('the old black crow sat on the oak' etc ) but there can also – eventually – be good pickings for historians. Elizabeth McKellar's collation of 221 Court of Chancery cases between 1660 and 1720 provides the ...

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