Students admitted to the Inner Temple, 1571-1625
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UNIVERSITYCALIFORNIAOFLOS ANGELESLAWSCHOOL OFLIBRARYL-oy , n d o r\STUDENTSADMITTED fOTEMPLE.THE INNER1571-1625.INNER TEMPLE.The earliest admissions at this Temple are those incontained in the1571, original book, from which thefirst missing.46 pages areAt this period, Students certified to have inbeenCommons two years, and during that time to have keptthe exercises of the house, paid all dues, and been ofgood behaviour, by the Principal and Reader for thetime being of any Inn of Chancery, were admitted ononly. Apayment of 20s. general admittance fee was£3 6s. 8d. A special admittance fee was £6 135. 4c?.,unless upon favour ; then less, as the Parliament mightdetermine'. Sons of Benchers and nominees of Readersadmitted without paymentwere of any fees, andCommonswere excused from and Vacation Lectures.theDuring this part of 16th century but few Studentswere called to the degree of Barrister for professionaladvantages.Biographical information respecting these Students^" Under-Treasurer, Inner Temple,"forwarded to Thewill oblige.January, 1868.ofThe dates affixed to the letter B. denote the datethe Student's Call to the Bar.STUDENTS.LIST OF1571.February,Francis Gawdy, Esq., Treasurer.Called to theHalf-brother of Sir Thomas Gawdy.Coif, Queen's Serjeant, 1582; Judge of Queen's1577;Bench, Chief Justice of Common Pleas, 1605.1588;Died, 1606.Richard Brereton, Eccleston, Cheshire.Born, 1549. Died, 1613. Married Maud, daughter ...

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UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIAOF LOS ANGELES LAWSCHOOL OF LIBRARY L-oy , n d o r\ STUDENTS ADMITTED fO TEMPLE.THE INNER 1571-1625. INNER TEMPLE. The earliest admissions at this Temple are those in contained in the1571, original book, from which the first missing.46 pages are At this period, Students certified to have inbeen Commons two years, and during that time to have kept the exercises of the house, paid all dues, and been of good behaviour, by the Principal and Reader for the time being of any Inn of Chancery, were admitted on only. Apayment of 20s. general admittance fee was £3 6s. 8d. A special admittance fee was £6 135. 4c?., unless upon favour ; then less, as the Parliament might determine'. Sons of Benchers and nominees of Readers admitted without paymentwere of any fees, and Commonswere excused from and Vacation Lectures. theDuring this part of 16th century but few Students were called to the degree of Barrister for professional advantages. Biographical information respecting these Students^ " Under-Treasurer, Inner Temple,"forwarded to The will oblige. January, 1868. ofThe dates affixed to the letter B. denote the date the Student's Call to the Bar.