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Author:
Bunbury, William
Title:
Reports of Cases in the Court of Exchequer, From the Beginning of the Reign of King George the First, Until the Fourteenth Year of the Reign of King George the Second . . . published . . . by his Son in Law, George Wilson, Serjeant at Law. Folio
Publisher:
Printed by Henry Lintot . . . for D. Browne [and three others], London, 1755.
Description:
First edition of the reports ultimately termed "authoritative" and (in Holdsworth's words) "almost the only regular set of reports of cases decided in the court of Exchequer", prepared by the highly regarded Wilson from his uncle's manuscript
Condition:
Contemporary calf, the Macclesfield copy of the work dedicated to the first Lord Macclesfield's nephew, Thomas Parker, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer
Book No.:
W-79823
Price:
$ 750.00
Category:
reports of cases
Author:
Manby, Thomas
Title:
An Exact Abridgment of All the Statutes, As Well Repealed as in Force. Made in the Reigns of King Charles I and King Charles II. Until the end of the Sessions of Parliament the 25th of March 1573. With a Catalogue of all Publick and Private Acts. Wing E904
Publisher:
Printed by Henry Twyford, John Streater, and Elizabeth Flesher &c, London, 1674.
Description:
Sole edition of the only statutory abridgment devoted exclusively to the reigns of Charles I and Charles II, undertaken by Manby, the Lincoln's Inn bencher and reformer who served with Matthew Hale during the Interregnum; arranged alphabetically
Condition:
Contemporary blind ruled unlettered sheep, somewhat rubbed, else very clean and well preserved in original state, Cowley 166; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79747
Price:
$ 750.00
Category:
Abridgements, Acts
Author:
Derham, Robert
Title:
A Manuell or, Briefe Treatise of some particular Rights and Priviledges belonging to the High Court of Parliament . . . The true condition of the Militia of this Kingdome . . . by the Positive Lawes discussed and debated [etc.]. Wing D1097
Publisher:
Printed for Mathew Walbancke at Graies-Inne Gate, London, 1647.
Description:
A very early work on the English militia, written in the context of the constitutional struggle between Charles I and Parliament over its control, "pav[ing] the way to Civil War"; with an extensive treatment of the militia's centuries' long roles
Condition:
Later calf, the upper margin of the title trimmed just affecting the horizontal rule, else very clean, with the Woodhouse bookplate; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79754
Price:
$ 850.00
Category:
military law, Parliament
Author:
Brydall, John
Title:
Jus Sigilli: Or, the Law of England, Touching His Majesties Four Principal Seales, Viz. The Great Seale, the Privie Seale, the Exchequer Seale, and the Signet. Also Of those Grand Officers, to whose Custody these Seales are committed [etc.]. Wing B5263
Publisher:
Printed by E. Flesher . . . for Thomas Dring [etc.], London, 1673.
Description:
Only edition of one of Brydall's earliest works, reflecting his expertise while secretary to the Master of the Rolls and one of his amazingly diverse, productive corpus of some three dozen published treatises and another thirty left in manuscript
Condition:
Contemporary sheep, lightly rubbed, the top and bottom of the joints just cracking, but quite firm, else very clean and usable; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79751
Price:
$ 650.00
Category:
English Law
Author:
Parkes, Joseph
Title:
A History of the Court of Chancery; With Practical Remarks on the Recent Commission, Report, and Evidence, and on the Means of Improving the Administration of Justice in the English Courts of Equity
Publisher:
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London, 1828.
Description:
Only edition of a major contribution to Chancery reform, in Holdsworth's words "the first detailed history of the court [and] a work of considerable merit", written by a Benthamite disciple called "one of the cleverest men [Lord Cobden] had ever met"
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rubbed, label chipped, front joint beginning to crack but holding, with a folding errata and folding table not noted in OCLC
Book No.:
W-79837
Price:
$ 750.00
Category:
equity, legal reform
Author:
Title:
An Act to explain, amend, and reduce into One Act of Parliament, the General Laws now in being for regulating the Turnpike Roads of this Kingdom [7 Geo III c.40] [with the same for the Public Highways [c.42] with an index to both Acts]
Publisher:
Printed by Mark Baskett . . . and the Assigns of Robert Baskett, London, 1767.
Description:
A seemingly unrecorded printing of two major acts of Parliament addressing the "turnpike boom" and the related transportation revolution in the mid 18th century, setting forth both acts and, perhaps most usefully, an elaborate 62 page index to them
Condition:
Contemporary calf, crimson morocco label, double gilt rule and lettered, especially clean and bright, no copy in ESTC or OCLC; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79759
Price:
$ 750.00
Category:
Acts, law of highways
Author:
Title:
Catalogue of the Law Library of a Patent Attorney, Including a Finely Bound Set of the Patent Office Gazette, complete to 1910, 207 volumes. Complete Set of Patent Office Reports. Modern Patent Text Books. Auction Sale: Monday, October 16th, 1911
Publisher:
C.F. Libbie & Co., Boston, 1911.
Description:
A rare auction catalogue of a library whose works on patent law are complemented by a wide ranging selection of American and English treatises, reports and statutes from the early 17th to the 20th centuries, including Coke and Blackstone, inter alia
Condition:
Original printed stapled salmon wraps, a very good copy, 444 lots in 21 pages, with the auctioneer's envelope and bid sheet laid in; two copies in OCLC
Book No.:
W-79836
Price:
$ 250.00
Category:
Dealer & Auction Catalogues, patents
 
Author:
Cooke, Edward
Title:
Argumentum Anti-Normannicum: or an Argument Proving From Ancient Histories and Records, That William, Duke of Normandy, Made no absolute Conquest of England by the Sword . . . Being an Answer to these four Questions [etc.]. Wing C5998B
Publisher:
Printed by John Darby, London, 1682.
Description:
First edition (variant) of Cooke's most significant work, contending that England's ancient constitution predated the Conquest, limiting Stuart absolutism and empowering Parliament to "alter the kingship, and settle the kingdom as they thought fit"
Condition:
?Contemporary 1/4 calf over marbled boards, joints cracked, the front board just loose, the top margin sometimes cut close; with the frontispiece
Book No.:
W-79755
Price:
$ 500.00
Category:
Magna Carta, political theory, English constitutional law
Author:
Title:
Les Quaeres del Mounsieur Plowden. S.T.C. 20048 and Corrigenda, cross referencing to Wing P2610A
Publisher:
Printed for William Lee and Daniel Pakeman, London, 1645?.
Description:
First edition of the first work to print moot cases, the informal method of legal education dating to the 14th century and complementing Inns of Court readings, based on a manuscript of Edmund Plowden, the renowned, first named English law reporter
Condition:
Contemporary sheep, neatly rebacked, extensively glossed throughout, together with a manuscript index, both adding significant value; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79757
Price:
$ 1750.00
Category:
Inns of Court, education, 16TH CENTURY
Author:
Title:
Handbuch der Gerichtlichen Medicin [Die Vergiftungen in Gerichtsarztlicher Beziehung] [Die Unfahigkeit zur Fortpflanzung] [Die Gerichtliche Psychopathologie]. Four Volumes [complete]
Publisher:
Verlag der H. Laupp'schen Buchhanlung, Tubingen, 1881-82.
Description:
Condition:
?Later green cloth, one leaf detached, one general title possibly missing, small stain to one spine, else a good sound set
Book No.:
W-79835
Price:
$ 450.00
Category:
GERMANY, Medical Jurisprudence
Author:
Obermayer, Herman J
Title:
Rehnquist, A Personal Portrait of the Distinguished Chief Justice of the United States [with] Reviews and Commentary
Publisher:
Threshold Editions, New York, 2009.
Description:
The biography said to be Obermayer's "personal tribute to his dearest friend", accompanied by a likely unique compendium of 28 reviews of the work in national magazines, newspapers, legal and law school publications, and radio and television
Condition:
[1] Original cloth, a very good copy in the dustjacket [2] 8 1/2x11 printed illustrated wraps, two ink notations, else well preserved, 55 pages
Book No.:
W-79824
Price:
$ 250.00
Category:
biography, Supreme Court
Author:
Title:
The Genuine Account of the Trial of Eugene Aram; Who was Convicted, at York Assizes, Eng., Aug. 5, 1759, of the Murder of Daniel Clark . . . the Basis of Bulwer's Eugene Aram. First American, from the Eleventh English Edition. Cohen 12286
Publisher:
B. Franklin Edmands, 24, Court St. [etc.], Boston, 1832.
Description:
Sole American edition, its publication opportunistically prompted by the appearance in 1832 of Bulwer Lytton's novel 'Eugene Aram', "the first English novel in which sympathy is solicited for a real-life murderer", with parallels drawn to Stendhal
Condition:
Original printed sewn wraps, spotted and chipped, the spine frayed, a usable copy in original state; 40 pages
Book No.:
W-79830
Price:
$ 350.00
Category:
criminal law, trials, Law and Literature
Author:
Dalton, Michael
Title:
The Countrey Justice, Containing the Practice of The Justices of the Peace out of their Sessions: Gathered for the better helpe of such Iustices of the Peace as have not been much conversant in the studie of the Lawes of this Realme. Wing D143
Publisher:
Printed for Richard Best . . . at Grayes Inne gate, London, 1643.
Description:
The final (and expanded) edition published in the life of Dalton, the Lincoln's Inn barrister whose work was the pre-eminent treatise on justices of the peace for well over a century, ultimately appearing in at least twenty editions by 1790
Condition:
Modern double blind ruled calf, light browning, else quite crisp and well preserved; three copies in ESTC in North America
Book No.:
W-79833
Price:
$ 450.00
Category:
justices of peace
Author:
Frankfurter, Felix and Harry Shulman (eds.)
Title:
Cases and Other Authorities on Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure. Revised Edition. National Casebook Series
Publisher:
Callaghan and Company, Chicago, 1937.
Description:
Revised edition of the casebook anticipating issues of judicial self-restraint enduringly important to Justice Frankfurter, and exhibiting "the breadth of reading, maturity of thought, and imaginative use of material" long hallmarks of his thinking
Condition:
Original blue cloth, very worn but clean, with much underlining and notations and the ownership signature of Charles W. Davis, a Harvard Law graduate
Book No.:
W-79828
Price:
$ 125.00
Category:
Casebooks, constitutional law, courts
Author:
Palmer, John?
Title:
The Attorney and Agent's New Table of Costs In the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas: Containing The Fees and Disbursements on the Part of the Plaintiff and Defendant, in the Prosecution and Defence of Actions real, personal, and mixed [etc.]. 2d ed
Publisher:
Printed by Gilbert and Plummer; and sold by T. Whieldon [etc.], London, 1787.
Description:
A rare edition of an enormously successful work, the first to explain to a practitioner how to prepare a bill of costs, treating of patents, bankruptcy, probate, criminal proceedings, and the exchequer inter alia; no copy in ESTC, one in OCLC
Condition:
Original paper backed boards, rubbed, the joints cracking but holding, clean and unsophisticated in original state; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79746
Price:
$ 950.00
Category:
courts, habeas corpus, criminal law, patents, bankruptcy, Wills, Doctors Commons
Author:
Title:
Select Trials for Murders, Robberies, Rapes, Sodomy, Coining, Frauds, And Other Offences: at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey. To which aare Added, Genuine Accounts of the Lives, Behaviour . . . of the most Eminent Convicts. Two Volumes [complete]
Publisher:
Printed for J. Wilford . . . in St Paul's Church Yard, London, 1734-35.
Description:
The first collection of trials held at the Old Bailey, the principal criminal court of London immortalized by Daniel Defoe and Henry Fielding, marvelously diverse in the range of crime reported, the transcripts offering great verisimilitude
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rubbed, neatly rebacked, some light foxing and browning, else a good clean set; with the errata in volume one
Book No.:
W-79826
Price:
$ 1650.00
Category:
criminal law, trials, law of piracy, fraud, Rape
 
Author:
Title:
Reasons Against the Bill Entituled An Act for County Registers . . . and for preventing Inconvenience, Delay, Charges and Irregularity in Chancery and Common Law, as well in Common Pleas as Criminal and Capital Causes [etc.]. Wing R475
Publisher:
Printed by Robert White, London, 1653.
Description:
An uncommon, thorough critique of wide-sweeping proposals to reform England's courts during the Interregnum, guarding against the loss of professional learning and involvement should the proposed bill be enacted; five copies in ESTC in this country
Condition:
Modern calf, gilt, lightly bowed and some browning, the top margin cut a bit close (no text affected), else clean and well preserved; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79819
Price:
$ 650.00
Category:
legal reform, Real Property, Acts, infants, poor law, Wills, criminal law
Author:
Farrer, William and Charles Travis Clay (eds.)
Title:
Early Yorkshire Charters [including] The Honour of Richmond, The Paynell Fee, The Honour of Skipton, and the Honour of Warenne. Eight Volumes [of Twelve]. Mullins 72.1 to 72.4 and 72.6 to 72.7
Publisher:
Ballantyne, Hanson & Co. [imprints vary], Edinburgh, 1914-49.
Description:
Among the most distinguished series of early charters, particularly those undertaken by Clay, invited to continue the series begun by Farrer, Sir Frank Stenton observing that it was "the finest series of Charters now appearing anywhere in the world"
Condition:
Original blue cloth, gilt, lightly worn, ex-library, else a well preserved set; Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series, Extra Series
Book No.:
W-79832
Price:
$ 850.00
Category:
MEDIEVAL
 
Author:
Parry, Edward Abbott
Title:
The Judgments in Vacation
Publisher:
Smith, Elder, & Co., 15 Waterloo Place, London, 1911.
Description:
Nineteen essays by the cultivated Middle Temple barrister, judge, author and playright, including his earliest essay which led to his first work, an edition of Dorothy Osborne's mid-17th century letters; with more on the theater and the county court
Condition:
Original green cloth, gilt, a very good copy
Book No.:
W-79829
Price:
$ 15.00
Category:
women's law
Author:
Title:
Plowdens Quaeries: Or, A Moot-Book Of Choice Cases, useful For the Young Students of the Common Law: Englished, Methodized, and Enlarged, By H.B. Esquire of Lincolns-Inne. Wing P2611
Publisher:
Printed for Ch. Adams, J. Starkey, and Tho. Basset [etc.], London, 1662.
Description:
The reissue of the first work in English to print moot cases, the informal method of legal education dating to the 14th century and complementing Inns of Court readings, based on a manuscript of Edmund Plowden, the first named English law reporter
Condition:
Contemporary unlettered double blind ruled sheep, rebacked, remains of the original spine laid down, quite clean and sturdy; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79756
Price:
$ 1250.00
Category:
reports of cases, Abridgements, Inns of Court, education
Author:
Jordan, Vernon
Title:
Introduction and Remarks, Howard University Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel. Sunday, April 27, 2003. [Transcript Prepared from a Tape Recording] [no copy in OCLC]
Publisher:
Miller Reporting Co., Inc., Washington, D.C., 2003.
Description:
The seemingly unrecorded address delivered by Jordan (himself a Howard Law Graduate) at Rankin Chapel, "the foundation from which Howard students drink deepley the wisdom, intellect and spiritual sustenance of great preachers of the day"
Condition:
Double spaced typescript, tied with a black ribbon, a paper label stamped "Original" on the front wrap, with several corrections in the text; 18 pages
Book No.:
W-79827
Price:
$ 150.00
Category:
Black lawyers
Author:
Ireland, Thomas
Title:
An Exact Abridgment In English of all the Reports of that Learned and Reverend Judge Sir James Dyer Knight, And sometimes Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas . . . Wherein is contained the very substance of all those Reports at large [etc.]. Wing D2925
Publisher:
Printed for Matthew Walbancke, and John Place [etc.], London, 1651.
Description:
Only edition of the only abridgment in English of Dyer's Reports (reports Dr. Baker includes as those "second to the Yearbooks as a source of authority"), Ireland's abridgment of Coke's Reports having appeared in 1650; with over 1100 cases digested
Condition:
Modern blind and gilt ruled and decorated calf, some browning (moreso to the title), the margins cut close but legibility preserved; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79744
Price:
$ 950.00
Category:
reports of cases, Abridgements, 16TH CENTURY
Author:
Hale, Matthew
Title:
Pleas of the Crown. Or a Brief, but Full Account of Whatsoever can be found Relating to that Subject. Wing H253
Publisher:
Printed for Richard Tonson . . . and Jacob Tonson [etc.], London, 1678.
Description:
First edition of the precis of Hale's masterpiece (which was to be published in 1736), the work for which (in Maitland's words) "[n]o man of his age was better . . . equipped for the task [and] none had a wider or deeper knowledge of the materials"
Condition:
3/4 calf over marbled boards, very clean and crisp, with both the imprimatur and advertising leaves and leaf B1 not a cancel; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79815
Price:
$ 1250.00
Category:
criminal law
Author:
Mun, Thomas
Title:
A Discourse of Trade, from England vnto the East Indies: Answering to diuerse Obiections which are usually made against the same. S.T.C. 18255; ESTC S101128. Quarto
Publisher:
Printed by Nicholas Okes for Iohn Pyper, London, 1621.
Description:
First edition of Mun's first and highly influential work, contending that a nation's balance of trade is the most important condsideration determining its prosperity, earning him the reputation as "one of the key economic writers of the Stuart age"
Condition:
Modern calf, definite browning, lacking the first and last blanks and the title in facsimile, the margins cut close, textually complete; the Taussig cop
Book No.:
W-79799
Price:
$ 8000.00
Category:
economics
Author:
Title:
Anno Regni Gulielmi III Regis Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiverniae, Septimo [and Octavo]. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the Two and twentieth Day of November, Anno Dom. 1695. In the Seventh Year of the Reign [etc.]. Not in Wing. Folio.
Publisher:
Printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas Newcomb [&c], London, 1696.
Description:
The Parliament enacting legislation resulting in "one of the great monetary events in history" and the adoption of the gold standard, crucially involving the views of John Locke, with its philosophical and financial consequences still debated
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, a variant not in ESTC, with certain of the first 14 title pages dated 1696 [compare ESTC R223064]; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79743
Price:
$ 950.00
Category:
Acts, economics, Bench and Bar, Coining, legal reform
Author:
Hawkins, John [Edward Cocker]
Title:
The Young Clerks Tutor Enlarged: Being a most useful Collection of the best Presidents . . . with Directions of Writs of Habeas Corpus . . . To which is annexed, several of the best Copies both of Court and Chancery Hands now Extant by Edward Cocker. 6th ed
Publisher:
Printed for, and are to be sold by Thomas Basset [&c]. Wing C4859, London, 1670.
Description:
A work of considerable variety and popularity, printed in some seventeen editions in the second half of the 17th century, its preface signed "J.H.", Hawkins likely responsible for the text, with Edward Cocker, a noted calligrapher, for the plates
Condition:
Contemporary sheep, rubbed, neatly rebacked, the margins cut close (legibility preserved), else quite crisp, with Cocker's four plates; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79737
Price:
$ 400.00
Category:
Forms & Form Books, Every Man Law Books, habeas corpus, conveyancing, introductory law
Author:
Zouch, Richard
Title:
Cases and Questions Resolved in the Civil-Law. Collected by R. Zouch Professor of the Civil-Law in Oxford. Wing Z17
Publisher:
Printed by Leon. Lichfield, for Tho. Robinson, Oxford, 1652.
Description:
The first work in English of the noted civilian whom Holdsworth groups with Gentili as the "two most important [English] writers" on civil law, the fruits of his years as Regius Professor of Civil Law at Oxford, emphasizing rights and courts' process
Condition:
Contemporary sheep, rebacked, especially clean and crisp, with two leaves from an early work in Hebrew bound in at the end; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79738
Price:
$ 1400.00
Category:
civil law, international law, maritime law
Author:
Title:
His Maiesties Declaration to All His louing Subiects, Of the causes which moued him to dissolue the last Parliament. Published by his Maiesties speciall command. Not in S.T.C. [the variant printing with "Declaration" spelled correctly]. ESTC S122629
Publisher:
Imprinted at London by Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill [etc.], London, 1629.
Description:
The dissolution by Charles I of the parliament which had secured the Petition of Right in large part through Sir Edward Coke's efforts, to result in prerogative rule only for the succeeding decade and then to the turmoil of the 1640's and Cromwell
Condition:
Modern 1/4 calf, some browning, the top margin cut close affecting a few running heads, without the first and last blanks; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79551
Price:
$ 1500.00
Category:
Parliament, English constitutional law
Author:
Bird, William
Title:
A Treatise of the Nobilitie Of the Realme. Collected Out of the Body Of the Common Law, with mention of such Statutes as are incident hereunto, upon a debate of the Barony of Aburgavenny [etc.]. Wing B2956
Publisher:
Printed by A.N. for Mathew Walbanke and Richard Best [etc.], London, 1642.
Description:
First edition of a compact treatise on the English baronage and its continental antecedents, likely prompted by one famous medieval lawsuit; with three chapters on women, including 'ladyes in reputation' and the three sorts of 'honourable women'
Condition:
Contemporary unlettered blind ruled sheep, the spine quite rubbed, occasional stray, marginal pencil marks, else quite clean; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79742
Price:
$ 300.00
Category:
law of heraldry, women's law
Author:
Lovat-Fraser, J.A.
Title:
Erskine
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1932.
Description:
The first biography of Thomas Erskine, whom Lovat-Fraser terms "the greatest advocate that ever appeared in the English courts"; with separate chapters on the 1794 treason trials, Erskine's oratory, and Erskine's character, among several others
Condition:
Original crimson cloth, gilt, the spine a bit faded with a small irregular white spot at its top, else a good copy
Book No.:
W-79776
Price:
$ 150.00
Category:
biography, trials, 18TH CENTURY
Author:
Jacob, Giles
Title:
Every Man His Own Lawyer: Or, A Summary of the Laws of England in a New and Instructive Method [under seven heads] . . . so plainly treated of, that all Manner of Persons may be particularly acquainted with our Laws and Statutes [etc.]
Publisher:
Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling [for three others], London, 1736.
Description:
First edition of Jacob's popular vade-mecum (and the first English legal treatise with this title), devoted in part to estates, to marriage (grouped with "ideots [and] lunaticks"), to Magna Charta, to habeas corpus, and to the liberty of the subject
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rubbed and neatly repaired, a trace of foxing, else quite clean with good margins; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79606
Price:
$ 1500.00
Category:
Every Man Law Books, Magna Carta, habeas corpus, Lunatics, marriage, Real Property
Author:
Hughes, William
Title:
Hughes's Quaeries. Or, Choice Cases for Moots, Containing Several Points of Law, not Resolved in the Books. Being very Useful for the Students of the Common Lawes [etc.]. Wing H3329. 12mo
Publisher:
Printed for George Dawes, and are to be sold at his Shop [etc.], London, 1675.
Description:
Only edition of these mooted cases, continuing a tradition existing before the Inns of Courts were established, setting forth the facts, the issues, and (sometimes tentatively) the conclusions, often reminiscent of 20th century pedagogy
Condition:
Modern calf, gilt ruled and lettered, new endpapers, some browning, else clean and usable, with good margins and the imprimatur leaf; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-79569
Price:
$ 675.00
Category:
education, Inns of Court
Author:
Davys [Davies], John
Title:
Le Primer Report des Cases et Matters en Ley resolues & adiudges en les Courts del Roy en Ireland. Collect & digest per Sr. Iohn Davys Chiualer, Atturney Generall del Roy en cest Realme [etc.] [the variant with folio 84 unnumbered]. S.T.C. 6362
Publisher:
Printed for the Company of Stationers, London, 1628.
Description:
First London edition of the first and only early Irish reports, first published in Dublin in 1615, undertaken by Davies, at that time attorney general in Ireland, and "[t]he leading figure in the extension and enforcement of the common law" there
Condition:
Contemporary calf, rubbed, manuscript paper label, front hinge starting, else quite clean with the bookplate of William Hopkinson; the Taussig copy
Book No.:
W-78295
Price:
$ 1500.00
Category:

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