The Sources of the Law of England: An Historical Introduction to the Study of English Law

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T. & T. Clark, 1888 - Law - 63 pages
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Page 8 - Price 31*. 6d. ANCIENT LAWS AND INSTITUTES OF ENGLAND ; comprising Laws enacted under the Anglo-Saxon Kings, from JEthelbirht to Cnut, with an English Translation of the Saxon ; the Laws called Edward the Confessor's ; the Laws of William the Conqueror, and those ascribed to Henry the First; also...
Page 9 - ... suggests have to be grappled with by the student of either system. The ancient laws of Ireland have come down to us as an assemblage of law-tracts, each treating of some one subject or of a group of subjects. The volumes officially translated and published contain the two largest of these tracts, the Senchus Mor, or Great Book of the Ancient Law, and the Book of Aicill. While the comparison of the Senchus Mor and of the Book of Aicill with other extant bodies of archaic rules leaves no doubt...
Page 42 - Revised and corrected ; with Additions of Notes, References, and proper Tables. By FRANCIS HARGRAVE and CHARLES BUTLER, Esqrs.
Page v - OUTLINES OF THE SCIENCE OF JURISPRUDENCE. An Introduction to the Systematic Study of Law. Translated and Edited from the Juristic Encyclopaedias of Puchta, Friedlander, Falck, and Ahrens.
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Page 20 - An Account of the most important Public Records of Great Britain, and the Publications of the Record Commissioners ; together with other miscellaneous, historical and antiquarian information : Compiled from various printed books and manuscripts.
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Page 11 - Coninvigorated the whole national system ; it stimulated the growth of freedom and the sejise of unity, and it supplied, partly from its own stock of jurisprudence, and partly under the pressure of the circumstances in which the conquerors found themselves, a "formative power which helped to develop and concentrate the wasted energies of the native race.

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