The last two tracts are by Edward Wynne's father. cf. Dict. nat. biog., v. 63, p. 261.
Formatted Contents Note
I. Observation on Fitzherbert's Natura brevium, with an introduction concerning writs, and dissertations on the writ de non ponendis in assisis & juratis, and on the writ de leproso amovendo. II. An enquiry concerning the reason of the distinction the law has made in cases of theft between things annexed to the freehold, and things severed from it. III. An argument on behalf of the unlimited extension of collateral consanguinity; with extracts from the statutes on which the question arose. IV. Account of the trial of the pix. V. Observations on the nature and antiquity of the Court of claims. VI. An answer to two passages in the Catalogue of royal and noble authors, by another hand. VII. Observations on the antiquity and dignity of the degree of sergeant at law, by the same hand.
[London], [publisher not identified], MDCCLXV.