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Fiche: 12630-12652
Williams, Thomas Walter, 1763-1833.

A compendious digest of the statute law : comprising the substance and effect of the most material clauses in all the public acts of Parliament in force within Great Britain.

London : Printed for G. Kearsley. 1809

General Studies

2 v. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-517; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 12653-12665
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1856

General Studies

674 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-518.

Fiche: 12666-12673
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

The second part of the Institutes of the laws of England : containing the exposition of many ancient and other statutes.

London : Printed for W. Clarke and Sons. 1817

General Studies

2 v. ([14], 746, [49] p.) ; 24 cm.; UK-03-519; authore Edwardo Coke.

Fiche: 12674-12683
Erskine, John, 1695-1768.

The principles of the law of Scotland : in the order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that law.

Edinburgh : Printed for Bell & Bradfute. 1820

General Studies

xvi, 660 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-520; 11th ed., with corrections, notes, and an appendix.

Fiche: 12684-12691
Le Marchant, Thomas.

Remarques et animadversions sur l'approbation des lois et coustumier de Normandie usitées es jurisdictions de Guernezé, et particulièrement en la Cour Royale de la ditte isle.

Guernesey : Dumaresq et Mauger. 1826

General Studies

2 v. ; 8vo.; UK-03-521.

Fiche: 12692-12700
Petersdorff, Charles, 1800-1886.

A practical and elementary abridgment of the cases argued and determined in the courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, Exechequer, 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, recognised, qualified, or over-ruled : comprising, under the several titles, a practical treatise on the different branches of the common law.

London : Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1825-1830

General Studies

15 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-522.

Fiche: 12701-12834
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

London : A. Maxwell. 1837-1840

General Studies

2 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-523.

Fiche: 12835-12847
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1847

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-524; 3rd law library, from last London ed., by J.I. Clark Hare and H.B. Wallace.

Fiche: 12848-12862
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

London : A. Maxwell. 1849

General Studies

2 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-525; 3rd ed., by Henry Singer Keating and James Shaw Willes.

Fiche: 12863-12878
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 : Edinburgh Printing and Publishing Co. 1838

General Studies

2 v. (xiii, 1220 p.) ; 25 cm.; UK-03-526; New ed., bringing down the law to the present time, by Alexander Macallan.

Fiche: 12879-12892
Comyns, John, Sir, d. 1740.

A digest of the laws of England.

London : Printed by A. Strahan for T.N. Longman and O. Rees. 1800

General Studies

6 v. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-527; 4th ed., corr., and continued, by Samuel Rose.

Fiche: 12893-12941
Barclay, Hugh, 1799-1884.

A digest of the law of Scotland : with special reference to the office and duties of a justice of the peace.

Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1855

General Studies

vi, 984 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-528; 2nd ed., rev. and enl.

Fiche: 12942-12952
Manning, John, 1830-1899.

Commentaries on the first book of Blackstone.

Chapel Hill, N.C. : University Press. 1899

General Studies

xiii, 268 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-529.

Fiche: 12953-12956
Paterson, James, 1823-1894.

A compendium of English and Scotch law, stating their differences : with a dictionary of parallel terms and phrases.

Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black. 1860

General Studies

xliv, 597 p. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-530.

Fiche: 12957-12964
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 : with supplements containing the legislation in the sessions 1878-1885.

London : Longmans, Green. 1886

General Studies

xxxii, 919, 67, 15 p. ; 17 cm.; UK-03-531; 25th ed.

Fiche: 12965-12975
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

London : W. Maxwell & Son. 1876

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2 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-532; 7th ed., by Richard Henn Collins and Robert George Arbuthnot.

Fiche: 12976-12998
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1872-1873

General Studies

2 v. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-533; American editors, J.I. Clark Hare and H.B. Wallace. 7th American ed. from the last English ed., by Willes.

Fiche: 12999-13023
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

Boston : C.H. Edson & Co. 1888-1889

General Studies

3 v. (iii, 2339 p.) ; 25 cm.; UK-03-534; 9th American from the 9th English ed.

Fiche: 13024-13048
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

London : W. Maxwell. 1861

General Studies

lxx, 1006 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-535; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 13049-13060
Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540.

The doctor and student, or, Dialogues between a doctor of divinity and a student in the laws of England : containing the grounds of those laws, together with questions and cases concerning the equity thereof revised and corrected by William Muchall, to which are added, two pieces concerning suits in Chancery by subpoena, I. A replication of a serjeant at the laws of England, to certain points alledged by a student of the said laws of England, in a dialogue in English between a doctor of divinity and the said student, II. A little treatise concerning writs of subpoena.

Cincinnati : R. Clarke. 1874

General Studies

xiii, 401 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-535.

Fiche: 13061-13065
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

Commentaries on the laws of England.

London : W. Maxwell. 1869

General Studies

4 v. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-536; by Herbert Broom and Edward A. Hadley.

Fiche: 13066-13093
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

The second part of the Institutes of the laws of England : containing the exposition of many ancient and other statutes.

London : Printed for W. Clarke and Sons. 1809

General Studies

2 v. ([14], 746, [49] p.) ; 24 cm.; UK-03-537; authore Edwardo Coke.

Fiche: 13094-13103
Devereux, John C.

The most material parts of Blackstone's Commentaries, reduced to questions and answers : upon the plan and in the place of Kinne's Blackstone.

New York : Baker, Voorhis & Co. 1875

General Studies

xxii, 392 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-538; new ed., rev. and corr., by a member of the New York Bar.

Fiche: 13104-13108
Petersdorff, Charles, 1800-1886.

A concise, practical abridgement of the common and statute law as at present administered in the common law, probate, divorce, and admiralty courts.

London : Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. 1861-1864

General Studies

6 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-539; assisted by Charles W. Wood and Walker Marshall. 2nd ed., re-modelled and nearly re-written.

Fiche: 13109-13151
Petersdorff, Charles, 1800-1886.

A supplement to the last edition of the Concise, practical abridgment of the common and statute law as at present administered.

London : Butterworths. 1870

General Studies

456 p. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-539.

Fiche: 13152-13156
Smith, John William, 1809-1845.

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

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson & Co. 1885

General Studies

2 v. in 4 ; 24 cm.; UK-03-540; American editors, J.I. Clark Hare and H.B. Wallace. 8th American ed. from the last English ed., by Willes [et al.].

Fiche: 13157-13188
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott. 1895

General Studies

2 v. : port. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-541; 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: 13189-13206
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer, or, Popular digest of the laws of England : especially those relative to the Clergy ... with the criminal law of England, also a dictionary of law terms, maxims, acts of Parliament, and judicial antiquities ....--2nd ed.

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

General Studies

xxviii, 584 p. ; 16 cm.; UK-03-542.

Fiche: 13207-13213
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

The cabinet lawyer, or, Popular digest of the laws of England : especially those relative to the Clergy ... with the criminal law of England, also a dictionary of law terms, maxims, acts of Parliament and judicial antiquities ....--5th ed.

London : Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall. 1829

General Studies

xxviii, 676 p. ; 15 cm.; UK-03-543.

Fiche: 13214-13221
Wade, John, 1788-1875.

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

London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. 1847

General Studies

xxviii, 659 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-544; 14th ed., enl. and corr. Throughout.

Fiche: 13222-13229
Paterson, James, 1823-1894.

A compendium of English and Scotch law, stating their differences : with a dictionary of parallel terms and phrases.

Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black. 1865

General Studies

xliii, 597 p. ; 26 cm.; UK-03-545; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 13230-13237
Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540.

The doctor and student, or, Dialogues between a doctor of divinity and a student in the laws of England : containing the grounds of those laws together with questions and cases concerning the equity thereof.

Cincinnati : R. Clarke. 1886

General Studies

iv, vii-xiii, 401 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-546; revised and corrected by William Muchall, to which are added two pieces concerning suits in chancery by subpoena, I. A replication of a serjeant at the laws of England, to certain points alledged by a student of the said laws of England, in a dialogue in English between a doctor of divinity and the said student, II. A little treatise concerning writs of subpoena.

Fiche: 13238-13242
Holdsworth, W. A. (William Andrews).

The practical lawyer : a handbook of legal information on all subjects of interest and importance in the various relations of life.

London ; New York : G. Routledge and Sons. 1878

General Studies

640 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-03-547.

Fiche: 13243-13249
Devereux, John C.

The most material parts of Blackstone's Commentaries : reduced to questions and answers : upon the plan and in the place of Kinne's Blackstone.

New York : Lewis & Blood. 1861

General Studies

xxii, 392 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-548.

Fiche: 13250-13254
Barclay, Hugh, 1799-1884.

A digest of the law of Scotland : with special reference to the office and duties of a justice of the peace.

Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1880

General Studies

984 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-549; 4th ed., rev. and enl.

Fiche: 13255-13264
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

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

London : Butterworths. 1880

General Studies

4 v. : geneal. tables ; 23 cm.; UK-03-550; 8th ed. prepared for the press by Henry St. James Stephen.

Fiche: 13265-13297
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

London : W. Maxwell. 1875

General Studies

lxxvi, 1044 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-551; 5th ed.

Fiche: 13298-13309
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

London : W. Maxwell & Son. 1884

General Studies

lxxxiii, 1129 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-552; 7th ed., by W.F.A. Archibald and Herbert W. Greene.

Fiche: 13310-13322
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

London : Sweet & Maxwell. 1896

General Studies

c, 1220 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-553; 9th ed., by W.F.A. Archibald and H.A. Colefax.

Fiche: 13323-13336
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

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

London : Butterworths. 1848

General Studies

4 v. : ill. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-554; 2nd ed. prepared for the press by James Stephen.

Fiche: 13337-13366
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New commentaries on the laws of England : partly founded on Blackstone.--7th ed.

London : Butterworths. 1874

General Studies

4 v. : ill. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-555.

Fiche: 13367-13400
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

A systematic arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the laws of England : on the plan of Sir Matthew Hale's analysis.

London : Butterworth. 1818

General Studies

3 v. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-556.

Fiche: 13401-13428
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

London : E. Spettigue. 1844

General Studies

4 v. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-557; incorporating the alterations down to the present time by James Stewart.--2nd ed.

Fiche: 13429-13454
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England : in four books.

Philadelphia : R. Welsh. 1897

General Studies

4 v., : port. ; 26 cm.; UK-03-558; with notes selected from the editions of Archbold, Christian, Coleridge, Chitty, Stewart, Kerr, and others; and in addition, notes and references to all text books and decisions wherein the Commentaries have been cited, and all statutes modifying the text by William Draper Lewis.

Fiche: 13455-13478
Stephen, Henry John, 1787-1864.

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

London : Butterworths. 1858

General Studies

4 v. : ill. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-559; 4th ed. prepared for the press by James Stephen.

Fiche: 13479-13512
Dumas, Jacques, b. 1868.

Eléments de droit civil anglais par Ernest Lehr. Appendice : renfermant l'exposé des modifications apportées au droit civil anglais depuis 1885.

Paris : Librairie de la Société du recueil général des lois et des arraets. 1899

General Studies

vii, 76 p.; UK-03-559.

Fiche: 13513
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1873

General Studies

lxix, 1049 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-560.

Fiche: 13514-13521
Broom, Herbert, 1815-1882.

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

London : W. Maxwell. 1880

General Studies

lxxviii, 1029 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-561; 6th ed.

Fiche: 13522-13533
Erskine, John, 1695-1768.

Principles of the law of Scotland.

Edinburgh : Bell & Bradfute ; London : Sweet & Maxwell. 1890

General Studies

xviii, 624, cv p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-562; 18th ed., by John Rankine.

Fiche: 13534-13541
Shaw, James, fl. 1829-1835.

Every man his own lawyer, or, A practical and popular exposition of the laws of England : containing the requisite legal information relative to every possible circumstance and situation in which persons can be placed in the ordinary occurances of trade and social life.

London : Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper. 1833

General Studies

lxxxii, 454, 36 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-03-563.

Fiche: 13542-13548
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

Lord Brougham's acts and bills : from 1811 to the present time, now first collected and arranged with an analytical review shewing [sic] their results upon the amendment of the law.

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

General Studies

lxxxvi, 879 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-564.

Fiche: 13549-13559
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

A readable edition of Coke upon Littleton.

London : Saunders and Benning. 1830

General Studies

xlviii, [588], [59] p. ; 25 cm.; UK-03-565.

Fiche: 13560-13567
Smith, Josiah William, 1816-1887.

A manual of common law for practitioners and students : comprising the fundamental principles, with useful practical rules and decisions.

London : Stevens and Sons. 1887

General Studies

xl, 766 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-566; 10th ed., by J. Trustram.

Fiche: 13568-13576
Notes of recent leading cases selected from the London law magazine for 1846, '47, and '48.

Philadelphia : T. & J.W. Johnson. 1848

General Studies

73 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-567.



Fiche: 13577
Field, Barron, 1786-1846.

An analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries on the laws of England : in a series of questions, to which the student is to frame his own answers, by reading that work.

London : Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1811

General Studies

viii, 286 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-568.

Fiche: 13578-13581
Field, Barron, 1786-1846.

An analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries on the laws of England : in a series of questions, to which the student is to frame his own answers, by reading that work.

London : Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1821

General Studies

viii, 286 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-569; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 13582-13585
Field, Barron, 1786-1846.

An analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries on the laws of England : in a series of questions, to which the student is to frame his own answers, by reading that work.

New York : Stephen Gould. 1822

General Studies

ix, 286 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-570; 1st American from the 2nd London ed.

Fiche: 13586-13589
A Brief description and historical notices of the island of Jersey : with some account of its military, civil, and ecclesiastical government, of its laws, privileges and antiquities, and a concise enumeration of its natural curiosities : particularly intended for the use of occasional visiters.

Jersey [England] : Printed by C. Le Lievre. [1826?]

General Studies

138 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-571.



Fiche: 13590-13591
Brewster, F. Carroll (Frederick Carroll), 1825-1898.

Blackstone's commentaries : for American students, in the form of questions and answers : prefaced by questions and answers on the introduction to Robertson's Charles V : together with a note on the rule in Shelley's case as applied in Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia : Printed by Allen, Lane & Scott. 1887

General Studies

267 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-572.

Fiche: 13592-13594
Walpole, Charles George, 1848.

A rubric of the common law : being a short digest of the common law : illustrated throughout by leading cases, with an appendix and very copious indexes.

London : Shaw & Sons. 1880

General Studies

xxi, 350 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-573.

Fiche: 13595-13598
Romilly, Samuel, Sir, 1757-1818.

Notes of cases extracted from the manuscripts of Sir Samuel Romilly : with notes.

London : W. Maxwell & Son. 1872

General Studies

179 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-574.

Fiche: 13599-13601
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

An analysis of the laws of England.

London : J. Sharpe. 1821

General Studies

152 p. ; 14 cm.; UK-03-575.

Fiche: 13602-13603
Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840.

An epitome of the laws & constitution of England : intended for the use of junior students of law and men of business.

London : Printed for Richard Phillips. 1816

General Studies

xii, 150, [6] p., 2 folded leaves of plates : port. ; 16 cm.; UK-03-576; by the author of the Grammar of geography, etc.

Fiche: 13604-13605
Reynolds, Edward, 19th cent.

A guide to the law, for general use.

London : Stevens and Sons. 1880

General Studies

xiii, 305 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-03-577; by a barrister; 23rd ed.

Fiche: 13606-13609
Sedgwick, James, 1775-1851.

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

London : Printed for Mathews and Leigh. 1807

General Studies

x, 304 p. ; 29 cm.; UK-03-578; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 13610-13613
Scheme of a digest of the laws of England : with introductory essays on the science of natural jurisprudence.

London : Printed by A. Strahan for J. Butterworth and Son. 1820

General Studies

lix p. ; 4to.; UK-03-579.



Fiche: 13614
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.

An abridgment containing the substance of Coke upon Littleton : with considerable additions explaining the difficulties of the text.

London : S. Sweet. 1822

General Studies

viii, 659 p. ; 16 cm.; UK-03-580; 8th ed., with notes, corrections, and references, by John Rudall.




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