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Opinions of Philip Yorke and Charles Talbot, 1727 Aug. 12.

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Abstract

Contains the opinions of P[hilip] Yorke, [1st Earl of Hardwicke], [Attorney General], & C[harles] Talbot, 1st Baron Talbot], [Solicitor General], to the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations regarding the goods in possession of a convicted felon, fines imposed by the King's Courts, and pardoning offenses & remitting forfeitures arising in the Northern Neck.