Men and Books Famous in the Law

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Beard Books, 2000 - Law - 280 pages
 

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THE HUMAN APPEAL OF LAW BOOKS
15
COWELLS INTERPRETER
28
LORD COKE AND THE REPORTS
59
LITTLETON AND COKE UPON LITTLETON
83
BLACKSTONE AND HIS COMMENTARIES
105
JAMES KENT AND HIA COMMENTARIES
133
EDWARD LIVINGSTON AND HIS SYSTEM OF PENAL LAW
159
HENRY WHEATON
189
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SUGGESTIONS
237
INDEX
247
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Page 32 - The Interpreter: or, Booke containing the Signification of Words : Wherein is set foorth the true meaning of all, or the most part of such Words and Termes, as are mentioned in the Lawe Writers, or Statutes of this victorious and renowned Kingdome, requiring any Exposition or Interpretation.
Page 42 - For from the very highest mysteries in the Godhead and the most inscrutable counsels in the Trinity, to the very lowest pit of Hell, and the confused actions of the devils there, there is nothing now unsearched into by the curiosity of men's brains.
Page 42 - His most inscrutable counsels; and therefore, it is no wonder, that men in these our days do not spare to wade in all the deepest mysteries that belong to the persons or state of kings and princes, that are Gods upon earth; since we see (as we have already said) that they spare not God Himself.

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