Henry Care

Henry Care

Henry Care, 1646-1688

Biographical Details

  • First name: Henry
  • Last name: Care
  • Birth date: 1646
  • Death date: 1688
  • Creations: Computer file, Language material, Text
  • Roles: Author
  • Permalink: http://biography.lawi.org.uk/henry-care/ (Stable identifier)

Other names of Henry Care

  • C, H.
  • C, Henry Care
  • Care, Henry
  • Care, Henry (Mr)
  • Carr, Henry
  • Clare, Henry
  • Clare, Henry (Mr)
  • H. C, Henry Care
  • Henry Care (British journalist)
  • Henry Care (journaliste britannique)

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  • Henry Care in the Wikidata information: www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q5719174
  • Henry Care in the Wikipedia article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Care

Publications by Henry Care

  • English liberties, or, The free-born subject’s inheritance.
  • British liberties, or, The free-born subject’s inheritance: containing the laws that form the basis of those liberties, with observations thereon: also an introductory essay on political liberty and a comprehensive view of the constitution of Great Britain.
  • English liberties, or, The free-born subject’s inheritance: containing, I. Magna Charta, the petition of right, the Habeas Corpus Act … II. The proceedings in appeals of murther, the work and power of Parliament, the qualifications necessary for such … III. All the laws against conventicles and Protestant dissenters with notes, and directions both to constables and others …, and an abstract of all the laws against papists.
  • English liberties, or, The free-born subject’s inheritance …
  • English liberties: or, The free-born subject’s inheritance: Containing, I. Magna Charta, the Petition of Right, the Habeas Corpus Act, &c. With comments upon each of them. The proceedings in appeals of murder ; the work and power of parliaments, the qualifications necesssar for such as should be chosen to that great trust. … II. Of justices of the peace ; their oath, office, and power, in many respects ; with several law-cases alphebetically digested for ease and brevity … III. The coroner and constable’s duty, relating to dead bodies, murder, man-slaughter, and felo-de-fe ; arrests, escapes, and conservation of the peace. And lastly, the church-warden, overseer, and scavenger’s duty at large, in the most necessary particulars

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