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Title:
Anno Reg. Iacobi . . . At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster the xix. day of March, in the first yeere of the Raigne [together with four further volumes of Parliamentary legislation of James I]. S.T.C. 9500.6, 9502.5, 9505, 9506 and 9507.5
Publisher:
Imprinted . . . by Robert Barker [imprints vary], London, 1604-24.
Description:
A rare collection of the statutory compilations containing all the legislation enacted by Parliament during the reign of James I (save three subsidies), including the foundational acts concerning witchcraft (in 1604) and monopolies (in 1624)
Condition:
Modern 1/4 and 3/4 calf over marbled boards, some browning, minor marginal worming, occasional early annotations, sound and usable; the Taussig copies
Book No.:
W-78439
Price:
$ 4000.00
Category:
Acts, witchcraft, patents, Parliament
Author:
Croke, George
Title:
The Reports of Sir George Croke Knight; Late, One of the Justices of the Court of Kings-Bench; and Formerly, One of the Justices of the Court of Common Bench . . . Revised, and published in English, By Sir Harebotle Grimston [etc.]. Wing C7014. Folio
Publisher:
Printed by J.S. and are to be sold by the Stationers of London, London, 1657.
Description:
One of two first printings of the part of Croke's Reports first to be published, covering all of the reign of Charles I, "approached . . . within the tradition of Plowden and Coke" and reflecting Croke's habits of study perfected over fifty years
Condition:
Contemporary blind-ruled unlettered calf, rubbed, the joints just cracking and the spine varnished, a usable copy; with the portrait
Book No.:
W-78065
Price:
$ 250.00
Category:
reports of cases, Manuscripts
 
Author:
Title:
The Lawyer's Magazine, Or, Attorney's and Solicitor's Universal Library . . . Containing, Whatever is useful, instructive, or entertaining, in The Theory or Practice of the Laws of England [etc.]. Second Edition of Volume One. Two Volumes [all published]
Publisher:
Printed by his Majesty's Law Printer, For William Owen [etc.], London, 1761-62.
Description:
A rare set of the first English legal periodical, seemingly inspired by Blackstone, its contents both theoretical and practical, with accounts of Bacon and Selden, the reform of the law of women, a guide to law students, and a reading list inter alia
Condition:
Contemporary reverse calf, rubbed, some staining and minor worming, two hinges cracked but sound, with the bookplate of Penry Williams; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78828
Price:
$ 4000.00
Category:
Law Periodicals, English Law
 
Author:
Jacob, Giles
Title:
Lex Constitutionis: or, the Gentleman's Law. Being A Compleat Treatise of all the Laws and Statutes relating to the King and the Prerogative of the Crown; the Nobility; and House of Lords . . . And Also, An Introduction to the Common Law of England [etc]
Publisher:
Printed by Eliz. Nutt and R. Gosling . . . for B. Lintot, London, 1719.
Description:
First edition of a work for which Jacob claimed he had consulted over one hundred authorities, praised by Holdsworth as "a learned book . . . the idea of making such a book was original; and the main features of the constitution are set out"
Condition:
Contemporary calf, extra gilt, gilt crests ("Mea Gloria Fides"), rubbed, the lower spine just chipped, else clean with ample margins; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78916
Price:
$ 1350.00
Category:
English Law
 
Author:
Dalton, Michael
Title:
The Countrey Justice; Containing the Practice of the Justices of the Peace, As well in as out of their Sessions . . . Now again Enlarged with . . . the Statutes of King Charles I and His Majesty King Charles II [etc.]. Wing D146. Folio
Publisher:
Printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], London, 1666.
Description:
A mid-17th century edition of the pre-eminent work on justices of the peace, first published in 1618 and ultimately appearing in some twenty editions by 1790, this edition the first to treat of the justices in as well as out of their sessions
Condition:
Contemporary unlettered calf, rubbed, some browning (some leaves moreso than others), else quite clean with ample margins; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78915
Price:
$ 450.00
Category:
justices of peace, criminal law
Author:
Title:
Ley Sobre Hierros y Senales. Aprobada en 12 de Abril de 1850. En traduccion. Jose H. Scull, Traductor de Estado. Compare Greenwood 167-16 [recording four copies in English, but none in Spanish, as here]
Publisher:
J. Winchester, Impresor de Estado, San Jose, 1850.
Description:
The rare, official, separate printing in Spanish of California's first Act governing brands and marks passed at the state's first legislative session, part of the larger legal and social context already evident on the Overland Trail; one copy in OCLC
Condition:
Original printed self-wraps, five pages, heavily repaired but textually complete and legible, now housed in a protective 1/4 morocco case
Book No.:
W-78806
Price:
$ 4500.00
Category:
California, agriculture, Acts
Author:
Title:
The Lawyer's Magazine, Or, Attorney's and Solicitor's Universal Library . . . Containing, Whatever is useful, instructive, or entertaining, in The Theory or Practice of the Laws of England [etc.]. Second Edition of Volume One. Two Volumes [all published]
Publisher:
Printed by his Majesty's Law Printer, For William Owen [etc.], London, 1761-62.
Description:
A rare set of the first English legal periodical, its contents both theoretical and practical, including "A Tract on the Unreasonableness of the Laws of England, in Regard to Wives", seemingly the first effort to reform the English law of women
Condition:
[1]Contemporary 1/4 calf, rubbed, joints cracked and a bit strained; [2] modern 1/4 calf; browning in both volumes, two leaves in facsimile; usable
Book No.:
W-75753
Price:
$ 2500.00
Category:
Law Periodicals, English Law
 
Author:
Title:
An Account of All the Gaols, Houses of Corrections or Penitentiaries, in the United Kingdom . . . As Far As Relates to Scotland. Ordered by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 16 March 1819. Folio
Publisher:
N.p., London, 1819.
Description:
Arranged by county, reporting particulars for over eighty institutions, including the number of prisoners, their gender and whether under or over seventeen, whether debtor or criminal, and the allowances of food, money, and clothing, inter alia
Condition:
Modern cloth-backed marbled boards, the fore-margins cut close, but the sense preserved, else a very good copy, 21 pages; three copies in OCLC
Book No.:
W-77195
Price:
$ 250.00
Category:
prisons, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
 
Author:
Title:
A General Abridgment of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery, &c. With Several Cases never before published [etc.] [with] A General Abridgment of Cases in Equity, Volume II. Two Volumes [complete]. Folio
Publisher:
[1] Printed by E. and R. Nutt [2] Printed by Henry Lintot, London, 1732-56.
Description:
First editions of both volumes of the most extensive of all the digests of cases in equity, published throughout the century and praised by Holdsworth as "[t]he most important of these Abridgments and the only one which was completed"
Condition:
Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards (bindings vary), the second volume extensively glossed throughout, both well-preserved; the Taussig set
Book No.:
W-78899
Price:
$ 950.00
Category:
Abridgements, reports of cases, equity
 
Author:
Lambarde, William
Title:
A Perambulation of Kent: Conteining the description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre . . . first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last Copie. S.T.C. 15176
Publisher:
Imprinted . . . By Edm. Bollifant, London, 1596.
Description:
The received edition of the first English county history, "pioneer[ing] the writing of local history" in England, praised as based on wide and critical reading and "packed with learned information [which] still has great value for the modern world"
Condition:
Modern gilt-panelled crimson morocco, gilt edges, contemporary annotations, especially attractive, with the Chadwyck-Healey bookplate; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78898
Price:
$ 3250.00
Category:
 
Author:
Pound, Roscoe
Title:
The Harvard Law School, Its History, Its Development, Its Needs. Setaro 337
Publisher:
Harvard University Law School Endowment Fund, New York, n.d..
Description:
The rare original issuance of Dean Pound's elaborate proposals for the future of Harvard Law School, including four appendices and two folding plans (two different views of the proposed expansion of Langdell Hall) not present in the later reissue
Condition:
Original oversized stapled wraps, a trifle worn, else a very good copy; 28 pages + two folding plans; no copy in OCLC
Book No.:
W-78949
Price:
$ 175.00
Category:
 
Author:
Title:
Six Autograph Letters signed, from Wait Talcott to his wife, Elizabeth, written while Talcott was in Washington D.C. before the United States Supreme Court, having been sued by Cyrus McCormick for patent violations, fourteen pages in total
Publisher:
Privately Written, Washington, 1858.
Description:
The case said to have "lifted Lincoln into a Presidential candidate", these letters written by Talcott (who had retained Lincoln as his lawyer) while attending the argument before the Court, providing the funds for Lincoln's ensuing Senate candidacy
Condition:
Blank sheets measuring about 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, horizontal folds and very light browning, altogether extremely well preserved in a clear hand
Book No.:
W-78964
Price:
$ 1250.00
Category:
the Presidency, patents
 
Author:
Parker, Thomas
Title:
The Laws of Shipping and Insurance . . . An Account of the Jurisdiction of the Admiralty Courts. With The Determinations of the Courts of Justice on Trials concerning Shipping, Insurance, Losses, Averages, Bottomry, Barratry [etc.]
Publisher:
Printed by W. Strahan and M. Woodfall [etc.], London, 1775.
Description:
Only edition of the principal legal work of Parker, a Lincoln's Inn barrister, setting forth Parliamentary legislation from the mid 14th century, briefly analysing maritime and admiralty law, and digesting the leading cases of the preceding 80 years
Condition:
Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, the original label preserved, some browning and staining, else quite sound and usable; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78874
Price:
$ 1500.00
Category:
maritime law, admiralty, trials
Author:
Title:
An Act for granting and applying certain Stamp Duties, and other Duties, in the British Colonies and Plantations in America, towards further defraying the Expences of defending, protecting, and securing the same [5 Geo III c.12] [etc.]. Folio
Publisher:
Printed by Mark Baskett [etc.], London, 1765.
Description:
The first (and the official) printing of the Stamp Act, calling forth the iconic objections of the colonies, leading to a coalesced Sons of Liberty, a decade of debate, and, ultimately, the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution
Condition:
Original ?self-wraps, disbound, the sewing loose, else a very good, untrimmed copy preserved in a modern folding case; title + 279-310 pages
Book No.:
W-76260
Price:
$ 11500.00
Category:
American Revolution, colonies, Acts, Parliament
 
Author:
Title:
Typed Letter Signed on State of New York, Division of State Racing Commission Letterhead, from Herbert Bayard Swope as its Chairman to Justice Louis D. Brandeis at his home address on California Street in Washington D.C., one page dated May 15, 1940
Publisher:
Privately Written, Albany?, 1940.
Description:
A straightforward letter, though seemingly with a light, even amusing touch, in which Swope ("the greatest reporter of his time") informs Brandeis that the special card of admission to all New York race courses formerly sent him had been abolished
Condition:
Two horizontal folds, in blue ink, well preserved with Swope's signature clean and legible
Book No.:
W-78963
Price:
$ 250.00
Category:
Supreme Court, Law of Horses
 
Author:
Caesar, Julius
Title:
The Ancient State, Authoritie, and Proceedings of the Court of Requests. 2. Octob. 1596. S.T.C. 4341. Quarto
Publisher:
Printed by the deputies of C. Barker, London, 1597.
Description:
Only edition of the principal work of the most prominent civil lawyer of his generation, his "learned historical essay" (in Sir John Baker's words), part of the long struggle between the common lawyers, Coke first among them, and the civilians
Condition:
Modern calf, some staining mainly to the upper margin, cut somewhat close, catchwords occasionally affected (legibility maintained); the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78873
Price:
$ 2250.00
Category:
17TH CENTURY
 
Author:
Donahue, Jr., Charles
Title:
Law, Marriage, and Society in the Later Middle Ages
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press, New York, 2007.
Description:
Condition:
Original cloth, a very good copy in the dustjacket
Book No.:
W-78962
Price:
$ 75.00
Category:
MEDIEVAL, marriage, canon law
 
Author:
Cecil, William, Lord Burghley
Title:
The Execution of Justice in England for maintenaunce of publique and Christian peace, against certeine stirrers of sedition, and adherents to the traytors and enemies of the Realme, without any Persecvtion of them [etc.]. S.T.C. 4903; Beale T326
Publisher:
Imprinted at London mense Ian. 1583. An. Reg. Eliz. 26 [etc.], London, 1584.
Description:
The reissue of Cecil's famous tract, "one of the first literary examples of a change in men's conceptions about religious toleration", defending the execution of Edmund Campion and other Catholics, but for treason, not for their religious beliefs
Condition:
Modern calf, the title soiled and top margin cut close touching some running heads (legibility not affected), else clean; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78872
Price:
$ 2500.00
Category:
 
Author:
Stephenson, Andrew
Title:
A History of Roman Law, With a Commentary on the Institutes of Gaius and Justinian
Publisher:
Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, 1912.
Description:
Condition:
Original blue cloth, rubbed, the spine somewhat dull, else a very good copy
Book No.:
W-78945
Price:
$ 150.00
Category:
roman law
 
Author:
Title:
The Tryal of Thomas Earl of Macclesfield, In the House of Peers, For High Crimes and Misdemeanors [bound with] The Accompts of the Several Masters of the High Court of Chancery of the Securities, Effects, and Cash, Belonging to the Suitors of that Court
Publisher:
Printed by Sam. Buckley in Amen-Corner [imprints differ slightly], London, 1725.
Description:
The official account of the impeachment trial of Thomas Parker, accused of vast financial corruption as Lord Chancellor and unanimously convicted by the House of Lords, sentenced to a fine of 30,000 pounds and imprisonment in the Tower of London
Condition:
Contemporary blind panelled calf, crudely rebacked, occasionally dusty, else clean and usable, a good working copy
Book No.:
W-78961
Price:
$ 150.00
Category:
trials
 
Author:
Frankfurter, Felix
Title:
The Public & Its Government. Second Printing
Publisher:
Yale University Press, New Haven, 1931.
Description:
Frankfurter's lectures at Yale, the fourth of which ("Expert Administration and Democracy") he was especially keen that President Roosevelt should read, this copy evidencing the decades-long friendship between the Whiteheads and the Frankfurters
Condition:
Original cloth, a very good copy in an unclipped dustjacket, presentation copy "For / Evelyn & Alfred [North Whitehead] / Affectionately / Felix"
Book No.:
W-78960
Price:
$ 850.00
Category:
Supreme Court
 
Author:
Amos, Sheldon
Title:
The Science of Law
Publisher:
Henry S. King & Co., 65 Cornhill, and 12 Paternoster Row, London, 1874.
Description:
First English edition of Amos's most successful work, written while he was Professor of Jurisprudence in University College, London, the chair held by Austin, whose influence with that of Bentham is evident throughout
Condition:
Original red decorated cloth, the spine somewhat darkened and its top taped, else a very good copy; The International Scientific Series Volume X
Book No.:
W-78943
Price:
$ 35.00
Category:
jurisprudence, philosophy of law, jurisprudence, philosophy of law
 
Author:
Title:
Ano Reg. Iacobi . . . At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster . . . in the first yeere of the Raigne [with] the third yeere [with] the fourth yeere [with] the seventh year [with] the 21st yeere. S.T.C. 9500; 9502.5; 9505; 9506.5; 9507. Folio
Publisher:
Imprinted by Robert Barker [imprints vary], London, 1604-24.
Description:
A rare collection of the statutory compilations containing all the legislation enacted by Parliament during the reign of James I (save three subsidies), including the foundational acts concerning witchcraft (in 1604) and monopolies (in 1624)
Condition:
Contemporary calf, centered blind lozenges, rebacked, somewhat rubbed, else quite bright, with the Earl de Grey West Park bookplate; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78907
Price:
$ 4500.00
Category:
Acts, Parliament, Intellectual Property, patents, witchcraft
 
Author:
Cosin, Richard
Title:
An Apologie for Sundrie Proceedings by Iurisdiction Ecclesiasticall . . . Respectiuelie submitted to the graue iudgements of the reuerend Iudges and other Sages of the Common lawe: of Iudicious Professors of the Viuill lawe [etc.]. S.T.C. 5821; Beale T249
Publisher:
Imprinted at London by the Deputies of Christopher Barker [etc.], London, 1593.
Description:
The much expanded, final edition of Cosin's most important work, "the standard defence of the jurisdiction of the church courts and high commission" and a major contribution to his distinguished career at the apex of the ecclesiastical court system
Condition:
Later calf, quite rubbed, light browning, the top margin cut close (a few running heads affected, but not legibility), sound; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78903
Price:
$ 1650.00
Category:
Ecclesiastical Law
 
Author:
Simpson, A.W.B. (ed.)
Title:
Biographical Dictionary of the Common Law
Publisher:
Butterworths, London, 1984.
Description:
The only modern Anglo-American collective legal biography, covering the common law world in its broadest sense, some 700 entries written by forty contributors, including J.H. Baker, John Langbein, and David E.C. Yale, in addition to Professor Simpson
Condition:
Original cloth, a very good copy in a somewhat faded dustjacket, this copy presented to Sir Derek Oulton by the Lord Chancellor's Department
Book No.:
W-78957
Price:
$ 150.00
Category:
biography
 
Author:
Hooker, Richard
Title:
Of the Lawes of Ecclesiasticall Politie [bound with] Of the Lawes of Ecclesiasticall Politie. The fift Booke. S.T.C. 13712 and 13712.5
Publisher:
Printed by John Windet [etc.] [imprints differ slightly], London, 1593 & 1597.
Description:
First editions of both parts of Hooker's monumental work, examining the underlying principles of the supremacy of law, thus in Holdsworth's words "of immense historical interest" and, given its subsequent impact, "of equal constitutional importance"
Condition:
Modern calf, ex-Christ Church Library, some light staining, signatures of Thomas Serle and of ?J.N.L. Myers, else well preserved; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78882
Price:
$ 6500.00
Category:
Ecclesiastical Law
 
Author:
Title:
In This Volume are conteined the statutes made and established from the time of kyng Henry the thirde, unto the fyrste yere of the reigne of our most gratious and victorious soueraine lorde king Henry the viii. S.T.C. 9301; Beale S27
Publisher:
In officina Thomae Bertheleti typis impress [etc.], London, 1543.
Description:
First printing of the first edition of the statutes of the realm commencing with Magna Carta to be rendered into English, playing a significant part in the 'Englishing' of English law (previously in Latin and Law French) during the Tudor reigns
Condition:
Contemporary blind panelled calf, rebacked, remains of clasps, very minor worming, else exceptionally bright and clean; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78881
Price:
$ 10500.00
Category:
Acts
 
Author:
Maine, Henry Sumner
Title:
Ancient Law, Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and its Relation to Modern Ideas. With Introduction and Notes by The Right Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart. LL.D., D.C.L. New Edition [with Sir Frederick Pollock's new introduction]
Publisher:
John Murray, Albemarle Street, W., London, 1930.
Description:
Maine's magnum opus, a work recently described as "[n]ext only to Blackstone . . . the most durable work of jurisprudence in the English language", influential upon Holmes, who confessed to Laski it "fed [my] philosophical passion"
Condition:
Original crimson cloth, gilt, the spine somewhat faded and a bit spotted, else a very good copy
Book No.:
W-78938
Price:
$ 75.00
Category:
ancient law
 
Author:
Parsons, Robert
Title:
An Answere to the Fifth Part of Reportes Lately set forth by Syr Edward Cooke . . . Concerning The ancient & moderne . . . lawes of England, which do apperteyne to Spirituall Power & Iurisdiction [etc.]. S.T.C. 19352 (cancel title)
Publisher:
Imprinted with licence [by F. Bellet], St. Omers, 1606.
Description:
Only edition of the polemic which Laski called "an attempt of great importance to show how the common law leaves room for the Pope", challenging Coke's reports of decisions limiting the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical courts and to Coke's response
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rubbed, label lacking, definite browning, margins cut close (no text affected), else sound; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78937
Price:
$ 1250.00
Category:
reports of cases, Religion
 
Author:
Ames, James Barr
Title:
Lectures on Legal History and Miscellaneous Legal Essays. Second Thousand Issued in May, 1913
Publisher:
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1913.
Description:
Ames' impressive collection of essays primarily on medieval English law, about one-third not previously published, sufficiently exceptional for Holmes to designate Ames as the sole American scholar undertaking work comparable to Maitland's
Condition:
Original blue cloth, gilt, rubbed, the binding slightly crinkled, else a very good copy
Book No.:
W-78953
Price:
$ 25.00
Category:
equity, MEDIEVAL, equity, MEDIEVAL
 
Author:
Trusler, John
Title:
A Summary of the Constitutional Law of England, Being an Abridgement of the Commentaries of Sir William Blackstone, Knt, One of the Justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas. Not in Eller; Laeuchli 123
Publisher:
W. Sleater, No. 28, and W. Colles, No. 17, Dame-street, Dublin, 1790.
Description:
The only Irish edition of the first abridgment of Blackstone, the earliest of three abridgments to appear in the 18th century, designed "to make Blackstone's Commentaries useful to all Classes of People"; uncommon, three copies in ESTC in the USA
Condition:
Modern 1/4 leather over boards, somewhat rubbed and chafed, some browning, but sound, with the advertising leaf preceding the title; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78935
Price:
$ 950.00
Category:
Abridgements, English constitutional law
 
Author:
Swinburne, Henry
Title:
A Briefe Treatise of Testaments and Last Willes . . . Compiled of such lawes Ecclesiasticall and Ciuill, as be not repugnant to the lawes, customes, or statutes of this Realme, nor derogatorie to the Prerogative Royall [etc.]. S.T.C. 23547.3; not in Beale
Publisher:
Printed by John Windet, London, 1591.
Description:
First edition of the first work on the English law of wills, and the first work by an Englishman on English canon law, praised by J.H. Baker as "a model of clarity and scientific technique" and by David Yale as "a full and accomplished treatise"
Condition:
Contemporary calf, blind centered lozenges, rebacked, somewhat rubbed and chipped, light browning, else well preserved; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78951
Price:
$ 4500.00
Category:
Wills
 
Author:
Morgan, Glenn G.
Title:
Soviet Administrative Legality The Role of the Attorney General's Office
Publisher:
Stanford University Press, Stanford, 1962.
Description:
Condition:
Original cloth, a very good copy in a rubbed dustjacket
Book No.:
W-54815
Price:
$ 35.00
Category:
SOVIET UNION, administrative law
 
Author:
Jacob, Giles
Title:
Lex Mercatoria: Or, the Merchant's Companion. Containing all the Laws and Statutes Relating to Merchandize . . . Privateers, Piracy . . . With An Introduction, setting forth the Laws of Nature and of Nations, Dominion of the Sea [etc.]. Second Edition
Publisher:
Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling [etc.], London, 1729.
Description:
The final, expanded edition of the first general treatise devoted to the law merchant to be written by a common law lawyer, adding a chapter on the sea laws of Oleron and Rhodes and another as a dictionary devoted to law and mercantile terms
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rebacked, somewhat rubbed, else quite clean and well-preserved; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78934
Price:
$ 1150.00
Category:
Commercial Law, international law, natural law, law of piracy
 
Author:
Title:
Returna Brfvivm [Brevium]. S.T.C. 20901; Beale T225
Publisher:
Impressum . . . Per me Robertum Redman [etc.], London, 1541.
Description:
A rare printing of the medieval tract deemed essential by Holdsworth "because the whole of the local government was carried on under judicial forms, and by means of writs original or judicial"; this edition perhaps printed by Redman's widow Elizabeth
Condition:
Modern crimson morocco, gilt-lettered, all edges gilt, inner gilt dentelles (a Riviere binding?), joints rubbed, else quite pretty; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78904
Price:
$ 2750.00
Category:
Procedure
 
Author:
Title:
The Annual Volumes of the Selden Society. Volumes I through LIV. Fifty Volumes [lacking five volumes--14, 29, 33, 39, 53--which may be obtained in modern reprint]
Publisher:
Selden Society, London, 1887-1935.
Description:
A lengthy run of the earliest annual volumes of the Selden Society, containing the bulk of the finest early twentieth (and late nineteenth) century scholarship on English legal history, including all of the contributions by Maitland and many others
Condition:
Original cloth, showing some wear, ex-library, yet generally a good usable set
Book No.:
W-75762
Price:
$ 1500.00
Category:
MEDIEVAL, English Law

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