Nineteenth Century Legal Treatises General Studies Fiche Listing Leavitt, John Brooks, 1849-1930



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Gifford, John.

The complete English lawyer, or, Every man his own lawyer : containing a summary of the Constitution of England, its laws and statutes ... also, the criminal law of England, embracing every species of public offences, with their punishment ... the whole carefully digested and rendered familiar to the plainest understanding and the statutes referred to down to the 57th Geo. III.

London : Printed by Macdonald for A. Whellier. [1817?]

General Studies

688 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-317.

Fiche: 4273-4280
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson. 1860

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2 v. : port. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-318; with notes selected from the editions of Archbold, Christian, Coleridge, Chitty, Stewart, Kerr, and others; Barron Field's Analysis, and additional notes, and a life of the author by George Sharswood.

Fiche: 4281-4297
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : G.W. Childs. 1865

General Studies

2 v. : port. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-319; with notes selected from the editions of Archbold, Christian, Coleridge, Chitty, Stewart, Kerr, and others; Barron Field's Analysis, and additional notes, and a life of the author by George Sharswood.

Fiche: 4298-4307
Thomas, Ernest Chester, 1850-1892.

Leading statutes summarized for the use of students.

London : Stevens & Haynes. 1878

General Studies

xi, 128 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-320.

Fiche: 4308-4309
Á Beckett, Gilbert Abbott, 1811-1856.

The comic Blackstone.

London : Bradbury and Evans. 1857

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xii, 252 p. : ill. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-321; with illustrations by George Cruikshank.--New ed.

Fiche: 4310-4312
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law : comprising the fundamental principles and the points most usually occurring in daily life and practice.

London : Stevens and Sons. 1876

General Studies

xxxvi, 642 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-03-322; 7th ed., with notices of the Judicature Acts.

Fiche: 4313-4320
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer, or, A popular digest of the laws of England : especially those relative to the clergy, parish officers ... with the criminal law of England : also a dictionary of law terms, maxims, acts of Parliament and judicial antiquities : correct tables of assessed taxes, stamp duties, excise licenses, and post-horse duties, post-office regulations, rates of portage and hackney-coaches, turnpike laws, corn laws and prison regulations.--3rd ed.

London : Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall. 1827

General Studies

xviii, 594 p. ; 16 cm.; UK-03-323.

Fiche: 4321-4327
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer : a popular digest of the laws of England, civil, criminal, and constitutional : intended for practical use and general information.--23rd ed., with supplements.

London : Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1873

General Studies

xxvii, 854, 32 p. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-324.

Fiche: 4328-4337
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer : a popular digest of the laws of England : especially those relative to the magistracy and clergy ... with the criminal law of England : also a dictionary of law terms, maxims, statutes and judicial antiquities : correct tables of assessed taxes, stamp and house duties, excise licenses, and post-horse duties, post-office regulations and prison discipline.

London : Printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1852

General Studies

xxx, 767, 705-714 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-325; 15th ed., with supplements, enl. and corr.

Fiche: 4338-4346
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer : a popular digest of the laws of England, civil, criminal, and constitutional : intended for practical use and general information.--22nd ed.

London : Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1867

General Studies

xxviii, 852 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-326.

Fiche: 4347-4356
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer : a popular digest of the laws of England, civil, criminal, and constitutional : intended for practical use and general information.--25th ed.

London : Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1878

General Studies

xxxii, 919 p. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-327.

Fiche: 4357-4367
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

A selection of leading cases on various branches of the law : with notes.

London : W. Maxwell. 1856

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-328; 4th ed., by James Shaw Willes and Henry Singer Keating.

Fiche: 4368-4384
Gifford, John.

The complete English lawyer, or, Every man his own lawyer : containing a summary of the Constitution of England, its laws and statutes ... also, the criminal law of England, embracing every species of public offences, with their punishments ... the whole carefully digested and rendered familiar to the plainest understanding, and the statutes consulted to the 59 Geo. III.

London : Printed by Macdonald for A. Whellier. 1819

General Studies

688 p. : port. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-329; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 4385-4392
Gifford, John.

The complete English lawyer, or, Every man his own lawyer : containing a summary of the Constitution of England, its laws and statutes ... also, the criminal law of England, comprising every species of public offences, with their punishments ... also, a supplement, containing the excise laws, the customs' laws, the assessed taxes, the stamp duties, &c. ... brought down to the 4th Geo. IV.

London : Printed by R. Macdonald for A. Whellier. 1823

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289, 298-688, 148 p. : ill., port. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-330; 8th ed.

Fiche: 4393-4401
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Principles of the law of Scotland.

Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1872

General Studies

xxxvi, 1047 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-331; 6th ed., by William Guthrie.

Fiche: 4402-4413
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Principles of the law of Scotland.

Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1860

General Studies

xxxii, 896 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-332; 5th ed., by Patrick Shaw.

Fiche: 4414-4423
Gifford, John.

Gifford's English lawyer, or, Every man his own lawyer : containing a summary of the Constitution of England, its laws and statutes ... also, the criminal law of England, comprising every species of public offences, with their punishments ... also, a supplement ... the whole carefully digested and the statutes and term reports brought down to the 8th Geo. IV.

London : Printed by R. Macdonald for A. Whellier. 1827

General Studies

688, 148 p. : port., forms ; 22 cm.; UK-03-333; 14th ed.

Fiche: 4424-4432
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law : comprising the fundamental principles and the points most usually occurring in daily life and practice : for the practitioner, student, and general reader.

London : Stevens and Sons. 1867

General Studies

xliv, 518 p. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-334; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 4433-4438
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law : comprising the fundamental principles and the points most usually occurring in daily life and practice : for the practitioner, student, and general reader.

London : Stevens, Sons, and Haynes. 1864

General Studies

xxxviii, 497 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-335; 2nd ed., greatly improved.

Fiche: 4439-4444
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law : comprising the fundamental principles and the points most usually occurring in daily life and practice : for the practitioner, student, and general reader.

London : Stevens and Sons. 1870

General Studies

xxviii, 522 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-334; 4th ed.

Fiche: 4445-4450
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law : comprising the fundamental principles and the points most usually occurring in daily life and practice.

London : Stevens and Sons. 1874

General Studies

xxxiv, 631 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-03-337; 6th ed., with notices of the Judicature Act.

Fiche: 4451-4457
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New commentaries on the laws of England : (partly founded on Blackstone).

London : Butterworth. 1899

General Studies

4 v. : charts ; 23 cm.; UK-03-338; 13th ed. by Archibald Brown, thoroughly rev. and modernised.

Fiche: 4458-4489
Erskine, John, 1695-1768.

An institute of the law of Scotland : in four books : in the order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that law.

Edinburgh : Printed for Bell & Bradfute. 1812

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2 v. in 1 ; 34 cm.; UK-03-339; 5th ed., improved, with notes and additions.

Fiche: 4490-4500
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer : a popular digest of the laws of England : especially those relative to the magistracy and clergy ... with the criminal law of England : also a dictionary of law terms, maxims, statutes and judicial antiquities : correct tables of assessed taxes, stamp and house duties, excise licenses, and post-horses duties, post-office regulations and prison discipline, costs, fees and charges in the superior and county courts.

London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts. 1857

General Studies

xxvii, 788 p. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-340; 17th ed., extended and corr.

Fiche: 4501-4509
Gifford, John.

The complete English lawyer, or, Every man his own lawyer : containing a summary of the Constitution of England, its laws and statutes ... also, the criminal law of England, embracing every species of public offences with their punishments ... also, a supplement containing the excise laws, the customs' laws, the assessed taxes, the stamp duties, &c. ... brought down to the 3 Geo. IV.

London : Printed by Macdonald and Son for A. Whellier. 1822

General Studies

688, 148 p. : forms, port. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-341; 7th ed.

Fiche: 4510-4518
Indermaur, John.

An epitome of leading common law cases : with some short notes thereon : chiefly intended as a guide to "Smith's Leading cases".

London : Stevens & Haynes. 1874

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vi, 80 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-342; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 4519-4520
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New commentaries on the laws of England : (partly founded on Blackstone).

London : Butterworths. 1883

General Studies

4 v. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-343; 9th ed., by Henry St. James Stephen.

Fiche: 4521-4554
Sedgwick, James, 1775-1851.

Remarks, critical and miscellaneous, on the Commentaries of Sir William Blackstone.

London : Printed by M. Ritchie for G.G. & J. Robinson. 1800

General Studies

x, 304 p. ; 29 cm.; UK-03-344.

Fiche: 4555-4558
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

New commentaries on the laws of England : (partly founded on Blackstone).

London : H. Butterworth. 1841-1845

General Studies

4 v. : ill. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-345.

Fiche: 4559-4587
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Commentaries on the laws of Scotland and on the principles of mercantile jurisprudence.

Edinburgh : A. Constable. 1821

General Studies

2 v. ; 27 cm.; UK-03-346; 4th ed.

Fiche: 4588-4605
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

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.

London : Printed for J. & W.T. Clarke. 1823

General Studies

2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-347; author Edwardo Coke; 18th ed., corr., by Charles Butler.

Fiche: 4606-4623
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Commentaries on the law of Scotland and on the principles of mercantile jurisprudence.

Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1870

General Studies

2 v. ; 30 cm.; UK-03-348; 7th ed., being a re-publication of the 5th ed. with additional notes ... by John M'Laren.

Fiche: 4624-4640
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Commentaries on some detached branches of the law of Scotland.

Edinburgh : W. Blackwood. 1828

General Studies

217 p. ; 30 cm.; UK-03-349.

Fiche: 4641-4643
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

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.

London : Printed for W. Clarke. 1817

General Studies

2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-350; authore Edwardo Coke; 17th ed. with additional notes by Charles Butler.

Fiche: 4644-4659
Petersdorff, Charles, 1800-1886.

A practical and elementary abridgment of the cases argued and determined in the courts of King's bench, Common pleas, Exchequer, and at nisi prius : and of the rules of court, from the restoration in 1660, to Michaelmas term, 4 Geo. IV : with important manuscript cases, alphabetically, chronologically, and systematically arranged and translated : with copious notes and references to the year books, analogous adjudications, text writers, and statutes, specifying what decisions have been affirmed, recognized, qualified, or over-ruled : comprising under the several titles, a practical treatise on the different branches of the common law.

New York : Treadway & Bogert : Gould & Banks. 1829-1832

General Studies

15 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-351.

Fiche: 4660-4754
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

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.

Philadelphia : Robert H. Small. 1853

General Studies

2 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-352; authore Edwardo Coke. 1st American, from the 19th London ed., corr., by Charles Butler.

Fiche: 4755-4772
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

The American students' Blackstone : commentaries on the laws of England, in four books.

Albany, N.Y. : Banks & Brothers. 1899

General Studies

xx, 1148 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-353; with notes, and references to American decisions for the use of American students by George Chase. 3rd ed.

Fiche: 4773-4785
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law : for practitioners and students : comprising the fundamental principles and the points most usually occurring in daily life and practice.

London : Stevens & Sons. 1878

General Studies

xl, 680 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-354; 8th ed.

Fiche: 4786-4793
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books : with an analysis of the work.

New York : W.E. Dean. 1852

General Studies

2 v. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-355.

Fiche: 4794-4802
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

London : Spettigue and Farrance. 1849

General Studies

4 v. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-356; 22nd ed. incorporating the alterations down to the present time by James Stewart.

Fiche: 4803-4830
Petersdorff, Charles, 1800-1886.

A practical and elementary abridgment of the common law as altered and established by the recent statutes, rules of court, and modern decisions.

London : V. & R. Stevens and G.S. Norton. 1841-1844

General Studies

5 v. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-357.

Fiche: 4831-4870
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New commentaries on the laws of England : (partly founded on Blackstone).

London : Butterworths. 1890

General Studies

11th ed.

Fiche: 4871-4904
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

Commentaries on the common law : designed as introductory to its study.

London : W. Maxwell. 1888

General Studies

xcvi, 1181 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-359; 8th ed., by W.F.A. Archibald and Herbert W. Greene.

Fiche: 4905-4918
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

New commentaries on the laws of England : (partly founded on Blackstone).

London : Butterworths. 1863

General Studies

4 v. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-360; 5th ed., prepared for the press by James Stephen.

Fiche: 4919-4952
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Blackstone's Commentaries : systematically abridged and adapted to the existing state of the law and constitution : with great additions.

London : W. Maxwell. 1856

General Studies

liv, 834 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-361; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 4953-4962
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1898

General Studies

2 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.; UK-03-362; with notes selected from the editions of Archbold, Christian, Coleridge, Chitty, Stewart, Kerr, and others; Barron Field's Analysis; and additional notes, and a life of the author, by George Sharswood.

Fiche: 4963-4979
De Fonblanque, Albany, 1829-1924.

Rights & wrongs : a manual of household law.

London ; New York : Routledge, Warne & Routledge. 1860

General Studies

vi, 353 p. ; 16 cm.; UK-03-363.

Fiche: 4980-4983
Kingsford, R. E. (Rupert Etherege), 1849-1920.

Commentaries on the laws of Ontario : being Blackstone's Commentaries on the laws of England, adapted to the province of Ontario.

Toronto : Carswell. 1896

General Studies

viii, 458 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-364.

Fiche: 4984-4988
A barrister.

Every man's own lawyer : a handy book of the principles of law and equity, comprising the rights and wrongs of individuals.

London : C. Lockwood. 1879

General Studies

xii, 514 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-365; 16th ed., with notes and references.

Fiche: 4989-4995
Cornish, Thomas H. (Thomas Harttree).

The juryman's legal hand-book, and manual of common law.

London : Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans. 1843

General Studies

iii, viii, 272 p. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-366.

Fiche: 4996-4999
Jacob, Edwin John, 1795?-1868.

The principle of the common law of England, considered as the law of reason : an essay for which the Douglas gold medal was presented to Edwin John Jacob, at the Encµnia in King's College, New Brunswick, June 30, 1842.

Fredericton [N.B.] : J. Simpson. [1842?]

General Studies

20 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-367.

Fiche: 5000
Carter, A. G. W. (Alfred George Washington), 1819-1885.

The old court house : reminiscences and anecdotes of the courts and bar of Cincinnati.

Cincinnati : P.G. Thomson. 1880

General Studies

466 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill., port. ; 21 cm.; US-03-95; by Judge Carter.

Fiche: 5424-5428
Angell, Joseph Kinnicut, 1794-1857.

A treatise on the limitations of actions at law and suits in equity : to which is added an appendix containing an abstract of the statutes of limitation of the several states, Brook's reading upon the statute of Henry VIII, etc.

Boston : Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins. 1829

Legal Liability

678 [i.e. 378], cxxiv p. ; 24 cm.; US-11-6A.

Fiche: 6620-6625
Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.

The private correspondence of Daniel Webster.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1857

Collected Essays

2 v. : ports. ; 23 cm.; US-04-146; edited by Fletcher Webster.

Fiche: 6908-6920
Browne, Causten, 1828-1909.

A treatise on the construction of the Statute of frauds : as in force in England and the United States : with an appendix, containing the existing English and American statutes.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1880

Legal Liability

lxxxiii, 671 p. ; 25 cm.; US-11-1; 4th ed.

Fiche: 6924-6931
Nichols, F. M. (Francis Marion), b. 1851.

Statute of frauds and perjuries in Pennsylvania : a compilation of all the cases decided in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, involving questions which are determined by the application of the Act 21st March, 1772, classified according to the Questions of Fact presented, containing statements of all the material facts in each case, the points submitted, the judgment of the court below, the assignments of error and the principles enunciated by the court above.

Philadelphia : Geo. T. Bisel & Co. 1888

Legal Liability

252 p. ; 24 cm.; US-11-2; by F.M. Nichols and A.L. Williams.

Fiche: 6932-6934
Angell, Joseph Kinnicut, 1794-1857.

A treatise on the limitations of actions at law and suits in equity and admiralty : with an appendix containing the American and English statutes of limitations, and embracing the latest acts on the subject.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1854

Legal Liability

xxxix, 798 p. ; 25 cm.; US-11-3; 3rd ed., rev. and greatly enl., by John Wilder May.

Fiche: 6935-6943
Angell, Joseph Kinnicut, 1794-1857.

A treatise on the limitations of actions at law and suits in equity and admiralty : with an appendix containing the American and English statutes of limitations.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1876

Legal Liability

xlix, 710 p. ; 25 cm.; US-11-4; 6th ed., rev. and greatly enl., by John Wilder May.

Fiche: 6944-6951
Trickett, William, 1840-1928.

The law of limitations of actions in Pennsylvania.

Jersey City, N.J. : F.D. Linn. 1888

Legal Liability

xlii, 618 p. ; 24 cm.; US-11-4A.

Fiche: 6952-6958
Harris, George E. (George Emrick), 1827-1911.

A treatise on Sunday laws: the Sabbath, the Lord's day, its history and observance : civil and criminal.

Rochester, N.Y. : Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. Co. 1892

Legal Liability

xxiii, 338 p. ; 24 cm.; US-11-5.

Fiche: 6959-6962
Wade, William Pratt, 1839-1894.

A treatise on the law of notice as affecting civil rights and remedies.

Chicago : Callaghan. 1878

Legal Liability

xxxix, 667 p. ; 24 cm.; US-11-6.

Fiche: 6963-6970
Throop, Montgomery H. (Montgomery Hunt), 1827-1892.

A treatise on the validity of verbal agreements : as affected by the legislative enactments in England and the United States, commonly called the Statute of frauds.

Albany, N.Y. : J.D. Parsons, Jr. 1870

Legal Liability

v, 794 p. ; 24 cm.; US-11-7.

Fiche: 6971-6979
Browne, Causten, 1828-1909.

A treatise on the construction of the Statute of frauds : as in force in England and the United States.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1895

Legal Liability

cxxv, 687 p. ; 25 cm.; US-11-8; 5th ed., by James A. Bailey, Jr.; with the co-operation of the author.




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