The iust lavvyer his conscionable complaint against auricular or private informing and soliciting of iudges : By their menialls, friends and favourites. With a sure advice for reformation thereof: as also, an appendix with obiections against favourites at the barre of iustice; with a probable receipt for the cure of that maladie. — London : Printed by George Purslowe, 1631. — , 22 p.
(Early English Books, 1475-1640)
Attributed to William Lambarde on the strength of a MS. of the text in his hand (Harvard Law School LMS 5116).The words "menialls, friends and favourites." are bracketed together on title page.Reproduction of the original in the British Library..