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The history of the common law of England / Sir Matthew Hale ; edited and with an introduction by Charles M. Gray.

; Gray, Charles M. (Charles Montgomery), editor
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1971.
ISBN 9780226313047, 9780226313054, 0226313050, 0226313042

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Other Authors Gray, Charles M.
Subjects Common law.
Droit -- Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire.
Great Britain.
Law -- Great Britain -- History.
Ongeschreven recht.
Öffentliches Recht.
Series Classics of British historical literature.
Description xxxviii, 173 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes "Bibliographical note": pages xxxvii-xxxviii.
Contents Concerning the distribution of the laws of England into common law and statute law ; And first, concerning the statute law, or acts of Parliament -- Concerning the lex non scripta, id est the common or municipal laws of this kingdom -- Concerning the common law of England, its use and excellence, and the reason of its denomination -- Touching the original of the common law of England -- How the common law of England stood at and for some time after the coming of King William I -- Concerning the parity or similitude of the laws of England and Normandy, and the reasons thereof -- Concerning the progress of the laws of England, after the time of King William I until the time of King Edward 2 -- A brief continuation of the progress of the laws, from the time of King Edward 1 inclusive, down to these times -- Concerning the settling of the common law of England in Ireland and Wales, and some observations touching the Isles of Man, Jersey, and Guernsey, et cetera -- Concerning the communication of the laws of England unto the kingdom of Scotland -- Touching the course of descents in England -- Touching trials by jury.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)350838
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hale, Matthew, 1609-1676.
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