| The complete title of the 1771 volume is: REPORT OF CASES ADJUDGED IN THE COURT OF KING'S BENCH Since the Death of Lord Raymond; In Four Parts, Distributed according to the Times of his four Successors, Lord Hardwicke, Sir William Lee, Sir Dudley Ryder, and Lord Mansfield. By James Burrow Esq. (Burrow's Reports) Master of the Crown-Office, and one of the Benchers of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. Part the Fourth. Volume the First; Beginning with Michaelmas Term 30 G.2. 1756. The Second Edition: In which, the Table of the Principal Matters is much enlarged. With Two Tables, One, of the Names of the Cases; the Other, of the Matter contained in them..
The complete title of the 1780 volume is: REPORTS OF CASES ADJUDGED IN THE COURT OF KING'S BENCH Since theTime of Lord Mansfield's Coming to preside in it: By Sir James Burrow. (Burrow's Reports) With Tables of the Names of the Cases, and of the Matter contained in them. Volume the Fifth: Beginning with Easter Term 10 Geo.3. 1770. and Ending at Easter Term 12 Geo.3. 1772, (exclusive.) .
These volumes were printed at London by His Majesty's Law-Printers. The 1771 volume was printed For Messrs. J. Worrall and B. Tovey, in Bell-Yard, near Lincoln's-Inn, while the 1780 volume was printed For Edward Brooke (Successor to Mr. John Worrall and Mr. Barnes Tovey,) at the Dove in Bell-Yard, near Lincoln's-Inn.
James Burrow was born on 28 November 1701. He died on 05 November 1782 at Starborough Castle at Lingfield in Surrey. He made a living for a while as a legal reporter at Inner Temple, London. In 1773 he was knighted, and he was a Fellow of the Royal Society, serving for a time as its president and vice president.