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The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, a Commentary Upon Littleton: Not the Name of the Author Only, But of the Law Itself #2020

The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England Or a Commentary Upon Littleton Not the Name of the Author Only But of the Law Itself Coke Sir Edward The First Part of the Institute of the Laws of England or A commentary upon Littleton Not the name of the Author only but of the Law Itself Revised and Corrected With Additions of

  • Title: The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, a Commentary Upon Littleton: Not the Name of the Author Only, But of the Law Itself
  • Author: Edward Coke Charles Butler
  • ISBN: 9781584770336
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, a Commentary Upon Littleton: Not the Name of the Author Only, But of the Law Itself By Edward Coke Charles Butler, Coke, Sir Edward The First Part of the Institute of the Laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton Not the name of the Author only, but of the Law Itself Revised and Corrected With Additions of Notes, References, and Proper Tables, by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler, Esqrs Of Lincoln s Inn, Including also The Notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord ChancellCoke, Sir Edward The First Part of the Institute of the Laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton Not the name of the Author only, but of the Law Itself Revised and Corrected With Additions of Notes, References, and Proper Tables, by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler, Esqrs Of Lincoln s Inn, Including also The Notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor Nottingham and An Analysis of Littleton, written by an unknown Hand in 1658 9 By Charles Butler, Esq The Eighteenth Edition, Corrected London, J W.T Clarke, 1823 Two volumes ccxvi, 606 iv, 772 pp Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd LCCN 99 41675 ISBN 1 58477 033 3 Cloth 195 Coke s Institutes are thought to be the first textbooks on the modern common law This reprint of the eighteenth edition is among the editions that Marvin claims are preferred to the elder editions, both on account of the convenient reference to notes and for the excellent index Marvin 205 If Bracton first began the codification of the common law, it was Coke who completed it In the Institutes, the tradition of the common law from Bracton to Littleton, whose name Coke s Commentary made famous, firmly established itself as the basis of the constitution of the Realm Printing and the Mind of Man 126.

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