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- The Address of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons Assembled in Parliament, to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Presented by the Right Hononourable [sic] The Lord Marquis of Halifax . . . with His Maiesties Most Gracious Answer [etc.]. Wing E1186
- Printed by James Partridge, Matthew Gillyflower [and one other], London, 1689.
- The mutual exchanges of support between Parliament (its legal status now regularized) and William as the Irish revolution gained force, with the Dutch having declared war on France and England to do so in early May; one copy in ESTC in North America
- Order to print leaf + title + 2 + 7 pages, disbound, some light browning and some staining to the lower margin, else clean & complete; the Taussig copy
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- $ 450.00
- Glorious Revolution, English Law, military law, IRELAND, Holland, FRANCE
- Philipps, Fabian
- The Pretended Perspective Glass; Or some Reasons of Many more which might be Offered, Against the pretended Registring Reformation. Wing P2013 or P2013A [the variant with the page following B4 unsigned] [see ESTC R9264 Uncontrolled note for publication date]
- Printed in the Year MDCLXIX ["IX" crossed out and "XI" in ink], London, 1671.
- Part of the centuries' long debate on land registration in England, reaching an apogee in the 17th century, written by "the sturdy loyalist and student of records" (in Holdsworth's words), with comparisons to Dutch, Scots and Spanish practice
- Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, crimson morocco label, gilt, light browning, without the final blank, else well preserved; the Taussig copy
- Book No.:
- $ 650.00
- Real Property, legal reform, Holland, space law, Comparative Law
- Explicatio in Zoesy Digesta. Manuscript, closely but quite legibly written in one hand, approximately 650 pages, in Latin, commencing "Corpus Juris civilis Romani, quatuor habet partes principales"
- No scribe or scholar stated, No place stated, 16??.
- The manuscript seemingly summarizing the Roman law learning of Hendrik Zoesius, the Dutch legist who wrote and lectured on both the Institutes and the Digest, four books in fifty-two titles, with paragraphs keyed to numbered ?paragraphs in the margin
- Contemporary vellum, a bit rubbed, morocco label ("Explicat a Zoesy"), the spine hand lettered "Manuscript 17th Century", some staining; a good copy
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- $ 2500.00
- roman law, Manuscripts, Holland
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