Court of King's Bench: Crown Side: Draft Rule Books

Reference:
KB 36
Title:
Court of King's Bench: Crown Side: Draft Rule Books
Description:

Rough drafts of the rule books of the Court of King's Bench, arranged like them in chronological order under precise day headings.

They exhibit normal characteristics of drafts, including alterations and omission of some common form. They include some notices of days given, recognisances and taxation of fines which are not in the Rule Books. Both series give the name of the master on whose motion the order was made.

The books covering 1856 to 1865 were missing until 2009; they are listed out of order at pieces 646-693.

Date:
3 George I - 1875
Related Material:
The rule books are in:
After 1875 the draft volumes continue in J 73
J 74
KB 21
Separated Material:
Books for a number of terms were not transferred to the PRO: Easter 6 Geo II, 1733;Trin 6/7 Geo II, 1733; Easter 10 Geo III, 1770; Mich 15 Geo III, 1774; Trin 15 Geo III, 1775; Trin 16 Geo III, 1776.
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Physical description:
693 volume(s)
Access conditions:
Open
Administrative / biographical background:

The books covering 1856 to 1865 were missing until 2009; they are listed out of order at pieces 646-693

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