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On the laws and customs of England : essays in honor of Samuel E. Thorne / edited by Morris S. Arnold [and others].

; Arnold, Morris S
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, [1981] .
ISBN 9780807814345, 0807814342

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Other Authors Arnold, Morris S.
Thorne, Samuel E. 1907-1994.
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Customary law -- Great Britain.
Customary law.
Geschichte.
Great Britain.
Grossbritannien.
Law -- History.
Law.
Recht.
Rechtsgeschiedenis (wetenschap)
Thorne, Samuel E. (Samuel Edmund), 1907-1994.
Series Studies in legal history.
Description xx, 426 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1981]
©1981
Notes Includes indexes.
Bibliography of Samuel E. Thorne": pages 397-398.
Contents Simpson, A.W.B. The laws of 5, Ethelbert.--Tabuteau, E.Z. Definitions of feudal military obligations in eleventh-century Normandy.--Milsom, S.F.C. Inheritance by women in the twelfth and early thirteenth centuries.--Hyams, P.R. Trial by ordeal: the key to proof in the early common law.--Donahue, C. Proof by witnesses in the Church courts of medieval England: an imperfect reception of the learned law.--Beckerman, J.S. Adding insult to iniuria: affronts to honor and the origins of trespass.--Sutherland, D.W. Legal reasoning in the fourteenth century: the invention of "color" in pleading.--Gray, C. Plucknett's "Lancastrian constitution."--Garrett-Goodyear, H. The Tudor revival of quo warranto, and local contributions to state building.--Ives, E.W. Crime, sanctuary, and royal authority under Henry VIII: the exemplary sufferings of the savage family.--Barton, J.L. Future interests and royal revenues in the sixteenth century.--Baker, J.H. Origins of the "doctrine" of consideration, 1535-1585.--Barnes, T.G.A Cheshire seductress, precedent, and a "sore blow" to Star Chamber.--Yale, D.E.C. "Of no mean authority": some later uses of Bracton.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6142569
(OCoLC)ocm06142569
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