A History of English Law: Edited by A. L. Goohart and H. G. Hanbury with an Introductory Essay and Additions by S. B. Chrimes, Volume 4

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Methuen, 1966 - Law
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Contents

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The changed European conditions 8Io
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Acti
70
Parliament and Legislation
102
The Relation of the Old to the New Machinery of Government
108
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Reasons why the parish became a unit of secular govem
160
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The Land
481
Ecclesiastical
489
1 Treason
496
2 Felony
503
Misdemeanour
510
Procedure 533531
523
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162
of English
217
The contemporaneous English development
225
Causes extent and manner of eflecting the continental Reception
239
ver to Unfree Tesnure ér The Term of Years 12 Theilltirodes an orms 0 onveyance 13 ecia ustoms CHAP II Crime an ort
248
CHAPTER II
294
Parliament and the justices of the peace
303
VOL iv
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Organization of external trade
321
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Agriculture the food supply and prices
362
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Employer and workmen
380
Unerrhiiployment and pauperism
387
Rise of a large middle class
404
The Use at Common Law and the Equitable Trust
409
When it assumed this jurisdiction
421
Peculiar nature of this interest
435
The Statute of Uses
446
IIe conciliates the lawyers
455
The characteristics of the misdemeanours
526
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Civil Procedure 53539
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General characteristics of this collection of statutes 539540
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The Will and Two Codicils of Roger Flore of London and Oakham
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Documents connected with the Statute of Uses 511586
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