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Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

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

Edinburgh : Archibald Constable. 1816-1819

General Studies

2 v. ; 26 cm.; UK-03-430; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 8002-8015
Erskine, John, 1695-1768.

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

Edinburgh : E. Balfour. 1802

General Studies

x, 581 p. : port. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-431; New ed., with corrections, notes, and an appendix.

Fiche: 8016-8022
Güterbock, Karl, 1830-1914.

Henricus de Bracton und sein Verhältniss zum römischen Rechte : ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des römischen Rechts im Mittelalter.

Berlin : Julius Springer. 1862

General Studies

137 p. ; 8vo; UK-03-432.

Fiche: 8023-8024
Chambers, William, 1800-1883.

An address on the assimilation of the laws of England and Scotland & other matters.

Edinburgh : J. Greig. 1862

General Studies

24 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-433.

Fiche: 8025
Byles, John Barnard, Sir, 1801-1884.

A discourse on the present state of the law of England, the proposed schemes of reform and the proper method of study : delivered in Lyon's Inn Hall, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 3, 1829.

London : S. Sweet. 1829

General Studies

42 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-434.

Fiche: 8026
Gedye, Nicholas.

Observations on law reform and on the practice of the courts of law and equity : with remarks upon the rights of solicitors to legal offices and their practical exclusion from the bar, and the unjust inequalities in the present jury system : addressed by permission to Sir Roundell Palmer.

London : C.A. Noad. [1867]

General Studies

34 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-435.

Fiche: 8027
Phillimore, John George, 1808-1865.

Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the reform of the law.

London : J. Ridgway. 1847

General Studies

87 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-436; 2nd ed., with a preface.

Fiche: 8028
Lyndhurst, John Singleton Copley, Baron, 1772-1863.

Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Lyndhurst : delivered in the House of Lords, on Thursday, August 18, 1836 : to which is added the substance of the speech of His Grace the Duke of Wellington upon the same occasion.--26th ed.

London : James Fraser. [1836?]

General Studies

23 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-437.

Fiche: 8029
Member of the Faculty of Advocates.

Letter to Robert Wallace, Esq. of Kelly : in reply to his late appeal to the people of Scotland, on the subject of reform in the law.

Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black. 1837

General Studies

47 p. ; 8vo.; UK-03-438.

Fiche: 8030
Lawson, James A. (James Anthony), 1817-1887.

On the practicability of codifying English law : with a specimen code of the law of evidence : a paper read before the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 16th January, 1872.

Dublin : Edward Ponsonby. 1872

General Studies

23 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-439.

Fiche: 8031
Late member of Parliament.

Hints for a reform in the criminal law : in a letter addressed to Sir Samuel Romilly.

London : Printed for J. Mawman [by] J.G. Barnard. 1811

General Studies

30 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-440.

Fiche: 8032
Guile, Daniel.

The codification of the criminal law by George Howell : being a paper.

London : Published by the author. 1879

General Studies

15 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-441; read by Mr. Daniel Guile.

Fiche: 8033
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

Letter from Lord Brougham to Sir James Graham on the making and digesting of the law.

London : J. Ridgway. 1849

General Studies

42 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-442.

Fiche: 8034
Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.

Codification proposal addressed by Jeremy Bentham to all nations professing liberal opinions.

London : Printed by J. M'Creery. 1822 [I.e. 1824?]

General Studies

106 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-443.

Fiche: 8035-8036
Amos, Sheldon, 1835-1886.

Codification in England and the state of New York.

London : W. Ridgway. 1867

General Studies

37 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-444.

Fiche: 8037
Ayrton, William Scrope, b. 1804.

Suggestions offered to those interested in the reform of the law.

London : W. Pickering. 1851

General Studies

11 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-445.

Fiche: 8038
Á Beckett, Thomas Turner, 1808-1892.

Law-reforming difficulties : exemplified in a letter to Lord Brougham and Vaux : accompanied by an analysis of a bill for the improvement of the law relating to the administration of deceased persons' estates, and a statement showing its existing evils, first submitted to the government, Dec. 24, 1843.

London : H. Butterworth. 1849

General Studies

79 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-446.

Fiche: 8039
Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.

Principios de legislación y de codificación : extractados de las obras del filsofo inglés Jeremías Bentham.

Madrid : D. Tomas Jordan. 1834

General Studies

3 v. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-447; por Francisco Ferrer y Valls.

Fiche: 8040-8051
Goudy, Henry.

An inaugural lecture on the fate of the Roman law north and south of the Tweed : delivered at All Souls College.

London : H. Frowde. 1894

General Studies

33 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-448.

Fiche: 8052
Le Cras, Abraham Jones.

The laws, customs and privileges, and their administration, in the island of Jersey : with notices of Guernsey : also a commentary on certain abuses, and a petition to Parliament for a reform of the same.

London : Longman. 1839

General Studies

xvii, 400 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-03-449.

Fiche: 8053-8057
Scrutton, Thomas Edward, Sir, 1856-1934.

The influence of the Roman law on the law of England : being the Yorke prize essay of the University of Cambridge for the year 1884.

Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] : University Press. 1885

General Studies

xvi, 199 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-450.

Fiche: 8058-8060
Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.

Colección de obras del célebre jurisconsulto inglés Jeremías Bentham : reunida y vertida al castellano con comentarios arreglados a las circunstancias y lejislación [sic] actual de España.

Madrid : [Establecimiento Central]. 1841-1843

Collected Essays

14 v. in 4 ; 21 cm.; UK-04-1; por Baltasar Anduaga Espinosa.

Fiche: 8061-8087
Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.

Justice and codification petitions : being forms proposed for signature by all persons whose desire it is to see justice no longer sold, delayed, or denied : and to obtain a possibility of that knowledge of the law in proportion to the want of which they are subjected to unjust punishments and deprived of the benefit of their rights : drafts for the above proposed petitions.

London : R. Heward. 1829

General Studies

xvi, xv, 207, 88, [50] p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-452.

Fiche: 8088-8092
Reddie, John.

A letter to the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain on the expediency of the proposal to form a new civil code for England.

London : J. & W.T. Clarke. 1828

General Studies

100 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-453.

Fiche: 8093-8094
Smith, William, 1808-1872.

Remarks on law reform : addressed more particulary to the general reader.

London : A. Maxwell. 1840

General Studies

63 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-454.

Fiche: 8095
Leonard, John Edwards, 1845-1878.

Beiträge zur Geschichte des rümischen Rechts in England und in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika.

Heidelberg : G. Mohr. 1868

General Studies

iv, 47 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-455.

Fiche: 8096
Miller, J. Bleecker (John Bleecker), 1856-1922.

Das englische Recht und das römische Recht als Erzeugnisse indo-germanischer Völker : Vortrag, gehalten vor dem deutschen gesellig-wissenschaftlichen Vereine von New York, am 15. Februar 1882.

New York : E. Steiger & Co. 1882

General Studies

45 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-456; von J. Bleecker Miller.

Fiche: 8097
Morrill, Henry A.

The historical relation between the Roman and English law : an introductory lecture delivered before the Cincinnati Law School, October 10, 1878.

Cincinnati : R. Clarke. 1879

General Studies

27 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-457.

Fiche: 8098
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

Letters on law reform to the Right Hon. Sir J.R.G. Graham, Bart., M.P., Secretary of State for the Home Department from Lord Brougham.

London : J. Ridgway. 1843

General Studies

87 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-458.

Fiche: 8099
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

Present state of the law : the speech of Henry Brougham, Esq., M.P., in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 7th, 1828.

London : H. Colburn. 1828

General Studies

xii, 125 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-459.

Fiche: 8100-8101
Bacon, Matthew, fl. 1730.

A new abridgment of the law.

Philadelphia : P.H. Nicklin. 1813

General Studies

7 v. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-460; with considerable additions by Henry Gwillim. 1st American from 6th London ed., by Bird Wilson.

Fiche: 8102-8167
Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.

Commentaries on the laws of England.

New York : Collins & Hannay. 1830

General Studies

2 v. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-461; to which is added an analysis by Barron Field. A new ed., with practical notes, by Christian, Archbold, and Chitty.

Fiche: 8168-8176
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.

Philadelphia : R.H. Small. 1826-1827

General Studies

3 v. ; 26 cm.; UK-03-462; 1st American from the last London ed.

Fiche: 8177-8207
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Principles of the law of Scotland.

Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1876

General Studies

xxxvi, 1109 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-463; 7th ed., by William Guthrie.

Fiche: 8208-8219
Pulling, Alexander, 1813-1895.

Private bill legislation : can anything be now done to improve it.

London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts. 1859

General Studies

16 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-464.

Fiche: 8220
Phillimore, John George, 1808-1865.

Thoughts on law reform and the law review, February, 1847.

London : W. Benning. 1847

General Studies

60 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-465.

Fiche: 8221
Phillimore, John George, 1808-1865.

Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the reform of the law.

London : J. Ridgway. 1846

General Studies

83 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-03-466.

Fiche: 8222
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

A letter to Lord Denman from Lord Brougham upon the legislation of 1850 as regards the amendment of the law.

London : J. Ridgway. 1850

General Studies

70 p. ; 8vo.; UK-03-467.

Fiche: 8223
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

Lord Brougham's speech on law reform.

London : J. Ridgway. 1845

General Studies

34 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-468.

Fiche: 8224
Goudy, Henry.

Addresses on codification of law.

Edinburgh : Banks & Co. 1893

General Studies

82 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-469.

Fiche: 8225
Reilly, Francis S. (Francis Savage), 1825-1883.

Statute law revision : observations on the new edition of the statutes in preparation under the authority of Her Majesty's government : a paper.

London : J. Ridgway. 1862

General Studies

24 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-03-470.

Fiche: 8226
Stewart, James, 1805-1860.

Suggestions as to reform in some branches of the law.

London : V. & R. Stevens & G.S. Norton. 1852

General Studies

xvii, 131 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-471; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 8227-8228
Westbury, Richard Bethell, Baron, 1800-1873.

Speech of the Lord Chancellor on the revision of the law.

London : W. Maxwell. 1863

General Studies

31 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-472; edited by John Fraser Macqueen; with notes chiefly containing citations which were omitted for the sake of brevity.

Fiche: 8229
Burton, John Hill, 1809-1881.

Manual of the law of Scotland : public law--legislative, municipal, ecclesiastical, fiscal, penal, and remedial : with a commentary on the powers and duties of justices of peace and other magistrates.

Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd. 1847

General Studies

xiv, 437 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-03-473; 2nd ed., enl.

Fiche: 8230-8234
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

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

Edinburgh : Archibald Constable. 1810

General Studies

xv, xvi, 639, xlvi p. ; 27 cm.; UK-03-474; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 8235-8242
Pittilloh, Robert, 1621?-1698.

Tracts, legal and historical.

Edinburgh : Printed by Ballantyne and Co. 1827

Collected Essays

iv, 14, 10, iv, 32 p. ; 26 x 21 cm.; UK-04-474.

Fiche: 8243
Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843.

Principles of the law of Scotland.

Edinburgh : T. Clark. 1839

General Studies

xxi, 910 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-03-475; 4th ed.

Fiche: 8244-8253
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

Present state of the law : the speech of Henry Brougham, Esq., M.P. in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 7, 1828.

London : H. Colburn. 1828

General Studies

xii, 125 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-03-476; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 8254-8255
Watt, Francis, 1849-1927.

The law's lumber room : second series.

London ; New York : The Bodley Head. 1898

Collected Essays

vi, 202 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-04-2.

Fiche: 8256-8258
Selden, John, 1584-1654.

The table-talk of John Selden : with a biographical preface and notes.

London : J. Russell Smith. 1860

Collected Essays

270 p. : port. ; 18 cm.; UK-04-3; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 8259-8261
Selden, John, 1584-1654.

The table-talk of John Selden.

Edinburgh : T. Constable. 1854

Collected Essays

xl, 247 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-04-4; with notes by David Irving.

Fiche: 8262-8265
Warren, Samuel, 1807-1877.

Miscellanies, critical, imaginative, and juridical : contributed to Blackwood's magazine.

Edinburgh : W. Blackwood and Sons. 1855

Collected Essays

2 v. ; 20 cm.; UK-04-5.

Fiche: 8266-8277
Tellkampf, J. L. (Johann Ludwig), 1808-1876.

Essays on law reform, commercial policy, banks, penitentiaries, etc. in Great Britain and the United States of America.

London : Williams & Norgate. 1859

Collected Essays

xv, 323 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-04-6.

Fiche: 8278-8281
The Treasury of British eloquence : specimens of brilliant orations by the most eminent statesmen, divines, etc. of Great Britain of the last four centuries : with biographical and critical notices and index.

London : W.P. Nimmo. 1877

Collected Essays

544 p., [1] leaf of plates : ports. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-7; compiled and arranged by Robert Cochrane.



Fiche: 8282-8287
Wilkes, John, 1727-1797.

The correspondence of the late John Wilkes, with his friends : printed from the original manuscripts in which are introduced memoirs of his life.

London : R. Phillips. 1805

Collected Essays

5 v. : port. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-8.

Fiche: 8288-8306
Thrupp, John, 1817-1870.

Historical law tracts.

London : O. Richards. 1843

Collected Essays

258 p. ; 12mo.; UK-04-9.

Fiche: 8307-8309
Celebrated speeches of Chatham, Burke, and Erskine : to which is added the argument of Mr. Mackintosh in the case of Peltier.

Philadelphia : E.C. & J. Biddle. 1853

Collected Essays

540 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-04-10; selected by a member of the Philadelphia Bar.



Fiche: 8310-8315
Selden, John, 1584-1654.

The table-talk of John Selden : with a biographical preface and notes.

London : J.R. Smith. 1856

Collected Essays

xciii, 170 p. : port. ; 19 cm.; UK-04-11; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 8316-8318
Pollock, Frederick, Sir, 1845-1937.

Introduction à l'étude de la science politique : essais et conférences.

Paris : Thorin & fils. 1893

Collected Essays

vi, 583 p.; UK-04-12.

Fiche: 8319-8325
The Spottiswoode miscellany : a collection of original papers and tracts, illustrative chiefly of the civil and ecclesiastical history of Scotland.

Edinburgh : The Spottiswoode Society. 1844-1845

Collected Essays

2 v. : ill. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-13.



Fiche: 8326-8337
Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626.

The works in verse and prose (including hitherto unpublished MSS) of Sir John Davies : for the first time collected and edited, with facsimiles, memorial introductions and notes.

[S.l.] : Printed for private circulation (Blackburn : C. Tiplady). 1869-1876

Collected Essays

3 v. : fascims. ; 17 cm.; UK-04-14; by Alexander B. Grosart.

Fiche: 8338-8344
Celebrated speeches of Chatham, Burke, and Erskine : to which is added the argument of Mr. Mackintosh in the case of Peltier.

Philadelphia : Claxton, Remson & Haffelfinger. 1880

Collected Essays

540 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-04-15; selected by a member of the Philadelphia Bar.



Fiche: 8345-8350
Taylor, J. Sydney (John Sydney), 1795-1841.

Selections from the writings of the late J. Sydney Taylor, A.M., barrister-at-law : with a brief sketch of his life.

London : C. Gilpin. 1843

Collected Essays

lii, 496 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-16.

Fiche: 8351-8356
Paget, John, 1811-1898.

Paradoxes and puzzles, historical, judicial, and literary.

Edinburgh : Blackwood and sons. 1874

Collected Essays

xii, 472 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-17.

Fiche: 8357-8362
Sheil, Richard Lalor, 1791-1851.

The speeches of the Right Honourable Richard Lalor Sheil, M.P. : with a memoir, &c.

London : H.G. Bohn. 1847

Collected Essays

lxli [i.e. xci], 378 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-18; edited by Thomas MacNevin.

Fiche: 8363-8367
Gairdner, James.

The Paston letters, 1422-1509 A.D.--New ed. first published in 1874.

Westminster : A. Constable. 1896

Collected Essays

3 v. ; 18 cm.; UK-04-19; edited by James Gairdner.

Fiche: 8368-8389
Erskine, Thomas Erskine, Baron, 1750-1823.

The speeches of the Hon. Thomas Erskine (now Lord Erskine) when at the bar : on subjects connected with the liberty of the press, against constructive treasons, and on miscellaneous subjects.

New York : Printed for Eastburn, Kirk & Co. 1813

Collected Essays

2 v. : port. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-20; collected by James Ridgway.

Fiche: 8390-8403
Essays in Anglo-Saxon law.

Boston : Little, Brown. 1876

Collected Essays

xii, 392 p. ; 23 cm; UK-04-21.



Fiche: 8404-8408
Forsyth, William, 1812-1899.

Essays critical and narrative.

London : Longmans, Green. 1874

Collected Essays

462 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-04-22.

Fiche: 8409-8413
Millar, John, 1735-1801.

The origin of the distinction of ranks, or, An inquiry into the circumstances which give rise to influence and authority, in the different members of society.

Edinburgh : W. Blackwood. 1806

Collected Essays

viii, cxxxiv, 296 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-04-23; 4th ed., corr., …, by John Craig.

Fiche: 8414-8418
Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux, Earl of, 1831-1890.

Essays, addresses and translations.

London : H. Frowde. 1896

Collected Essays

3 v. : ports. ; 20 cm.; UK-04-24; edited by Sir Robert Herbert.

Fiche: 8419-8433
Chalmers, George.

Opinions of eminent lawyers on various points of English jurisprudence : chiefly concerning the colonies, fisheries, and commerce of Great Britain: collected and digested, from the originals in the Board of Trade and other depositories.

Burlington [Vt.] : C. Goodrich. 1858

Collected Essays

xxviii, 787 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-04-25;[compiled] by George Chalmers.

Fiche: 8434-8442
Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676.

A letter of advice to his grand-children, Matthew, Gabriel, Anne, Mary, and Frances Hale.

London : Printed for Taylor and Hessey. 1823

Collected Essays

xxiv, 182 p. : port. ; 17 cm.; UK-04-26; 2nd ed., printed from an original manuscript.

Fiche: 8443-8445
Hare, Julius Charles, 1795-1855.

The true remedy for the evils of the age : a charge to the clergy of the archdeaconry of Lewes, delivered at the ordinary visitation in 1849 : with notes, especially on the educational, matrimonial, and baptismal questions.

London : John William Parker. 1850

Collected Essays

vi, 126 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-04-27.

Fiche: 8446-8447
Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.

Benthamiana, or, Select extracts from the works of Jeremy Bentham : with an outline of his opinions on the principal subjects discussed in his works.

Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 1844

Collected Essays

xxiii, 446 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-04-28; edited by John Hill Burton.

Fiche: 8448-8452
Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.

The book of fallacies : from unfinished papers of Jeremy Bentham.

London : J. and H.L. Hunt. 1824

Collected Essays

xi, 411 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-04-29; by a friend.

Fiche: 8453-8457
Sadler, Ralph, Sir, 1507-1587.

The state papers and letters of Sir Ralph Sadler, knight-banneret.

Edinburgh : Printed for A. Constable and Co. 1809

Collected Essays

2 v. : ill., port. ; 28 cm.; UK-04-30; edited by Arthur Clifford; to which is added a memoir of the life of Sir Ralph Sadler, with historical notes, by Walter Scott.

Fiche: 8458-8474




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