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Sir Peyton Ventris ( – ) entered the Middle Temple in and was called to the bar in He rose to prominence after the Revolution ofbecoming serjeant-at-law, justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and rising to a knighthood in Ventris' compilation of reports, covering cases fromhas "generally been considered to be of good authority" with "but few of the Final Edition of Ventris's Reports Ventris, Sir Peyton The Reports of Sir Peyton Ventris Kt.
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