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Clerk, Williamlocked

(d. 1655)
  • Sheila Doyle

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Clerk, William (d. 1655), civil lawyer, was admitted as a scholar to Trinity Hall, Cambridge, in 1605. By its statutes Trinity Hall was committed to the study of the civil law, which was derived from Roman law and governed ecclesiastical, maritime, and international affairs. ...

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