Angebote zu "Statute-Book" (5 Treffer)

Kategorien

Shops

Catalogue of English Legal Manuscripts in Cambr...
276,00 CHF *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The English legal manuscripts in Cambridge University Library form one of the most important collections in the world. The principal treasures derive from the renowned library, containing over 230 volumes, collected by John Moore (d.1714), Bishop of Ely, presented to the University by King George I in 1715. It includes some of the old manuscripts collected by Francis Tate (d.1616), and the working manuscript library of Mr Justice Nicholas (d.1667). The collection also contains medieval statute-books, year-books, medieval and early modern readings and moots in the inns of court, and law reports from the Tudor period down to the reign of Charles II, together with examples of every other major type of manuscript law book in use in England prior to the eighteenth century. As well as being an essential finding-aid, this new catalogue includes a description of the contents of each manuscript, bibliographical notes on the text (listing hundreds of related manuscripts in other libraries), and full codicological descriptions of the medieval manuscripts by Dr Jayne Ringrose. No similar catalogue of English legal manuscripts has ever been published before. Professor J.H.Baker is Professor of

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot
The Infants Lawyer
110,00 CHF *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The first English treatise on the law of infants. Originally published: London: Printed by J. Nutt, 1712. viii (iii-viii new Introduction), [24], 380, [27] pp. With a New Introduction by Morris L. Cohen [1927-2010], Professor of Law, Yale Law School. Reprint of the second edition. The Infants Lawyer was the first English treatise on the subject. Its twenty comprehensive chapters, organized by topic, consist of a digest of case and statute law with explanatory comments. It was first published in 1697. A much expanded second edition was issued in 1712; it was reissued without changes in 1726. 'Toward the end of the seventeenth century and through the eighteenth century, people began to see children as constituting a unique stage in human development requiring different treatment and understanding appropriate to their level of intellectual, emotional and physical maturity. As a result, many aspects of their lives were changed - their clothes, their education and discipline, their responsibilities in the home and family, and even their books and games. (…) It was inevitable that change occurred as well in the way the law dealt with children. This transitional period was also undoubtedly a significant factor in stimulating the writing and publication of The Infant's Lawyer, a work which reflected that change. And, in return, perhaps we can assume that this relatively enlightened treatise contributed to the improved treatment of children under English law.' --MORRIS L. COHEN, Introduction, vii-viii Published anonymously, this book is believed to be the work of SAMUEL CARTER (baptized 1641, died 1713), a barrister of the Inner Temple. Librarian of that Inn, he was a notable treatise writer and law reporter.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot
The Infants Lawyer
59,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The first English treatise on the law of infants. Originally published: London: Printed by J. Nutt, 1712. viii (iii-viii new Introduction), [24], 380, [27] pp. With a New Introduction by Morris L. Cohen [1927-2010], Professor of Law, Yale Law School. Reprint of the second edition. The Infants Lawyer was the first English treatise on the subject. Its twenty comprehensive chapters, organized by topic, consist of a digest of case and statute law with explanatory comments. It was first published in 1697. A much expanded second edition was issued in 1712; it was reissued without changes in 1726. 'Toward the end of the seventeenth century and through the eighteenth century, people began to see children as constituting a unique stage in human development requiring different treatment and understanding appropriate to their level of intellectual, emotional and physical maturity. As a result, many aspects of their lives were changed - their clothes, their education and discipline, their responsibilities in the home and family, and even their books and games. (…) It was inevitable that change occurred as well in the way the law dealt with children. This transitional period was also undoubtedly a significant factor in stimulating the writing and publication of The Infant's Lawyer, a work which reflected that change. And, in return, perhaps we can assume that this relatively enlightened treatise contributed to the improved treatment of children under English law.' --MORRIS L. COHEN, Introduction, vii-viii Published anonymously, this book is believed to be the work of SAMUEL CARTER (baptized 1641, died 1713), a barrister of the Inner Temple. Librarian of that Inn, he was a notable treatise writer and law reporter.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot
Catalogue of English Legal Manuscripts in Cambr...
201,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The English legal manuscripts in Cambridge University Library form one of the most important collections in the world. The principal treasures derive from the renowned library, containing over 230 volumes, collected by John Moore (d.1714), Bishop of Ely, presented to the University by King George I in 1715. It includes some of the old manuscripts collected by Francis Tate (d.1616), and the working manuscript library of Mr Justice Nicholas (d.1667). The collection also contains medieval statute-books, year-books, medieval and early modern readings and moots in the inns of court, and law reports from the Tudor period down to the reign of Charles II, together with examples of every other major type of manuscript law book in use in England prior to the eighteenth century. As well as being an essential finding-aid, this new catalogue includes a description of the contents of each manuscript, bibliographical notes on the text (listing hundreds of related manuscripts in other libraries), and full codicological descriptions of the medieval manuscripts by Dr Jayne Ringrose. No similar catalogue of English legal manuscripts has ever been published before. Professor J.H.Baker is Professor of

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot