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M'Kenzie, George
Mackenzeus, Georgius
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Mackenzie (advocate)
Mackenzie, Georg
Mackenzie, George,
Mackenzie, George ((lawyer))
Mackenzie, George (Sir)
Mackenzie, Georgius
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1636-1691
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Boyle, Roger (1st earl of Orrery, 1621-1679)
Childers, James Saxon (1899-1965)
Davies, Charles
Denton, Peter Harvey (1959-)
Graevius, Johann Georg (1632-1703)
Halma, François (Utrecht)
Hickes, George (1642-1715)
Ingelo, Nathaniel (1621-1683)
Nisbet, John Sir, 1609?-1687
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
University of New Brunswick
Vickers, Brian (1937-)
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An annotated edition of Sir George Makenzie's Religio stoici, 1663.
annotated edition of Sir George Mackenzie's Religio stoici (1663), An
antiquity of the royal line. Latin
antiquity of the royal line of scotland
aretina
defence of the antiquity of the royal line of Scotland ... 1685:, A
defence of the antiquity of the royal line of Scotland. With a true account when the Scots were govern'd by kings in the isle of Britain., A
Defensio antiquitatis regalis Scotorum prosapiae. -
Essays upon several moral subjects ... By Sir George Mackenzie, Kt. To which is prefix'd, some account of his life and writings.
humanae ratiocinationis imbecillitate, ea unde proveniat, et illi quomodo possimus mederi, liber singularis, De
humanæ ratiocinationis imbecillitate, ea unde proveniat, & illi quomodo possimus mederi, liber singularis, auctore Georgio Mackenzeo, a Valle-Rosarum, & apud Scotos causarum patrono.], [De
Humanæ ratiocinationis infirmitas ea unde proveniat, & illi quomodo oporteat mederi
Idea eloquentiae forensis hodiernae : unà cum actione forensi ex unaquaque juris parte
idea of the modern eloquence of the bar. Together with a pleading out of every part of law. Written by Sir George Mackenzie ... Translated into English, An
institutions of the law of Scotland By Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, advocate to King Charles II. The fifth edition, revised, corrected and augmented. With an appendix of notes, in this edition is added a full and complete index materiarum., The
Jus regium, or, The just and solid foundations of monarchy in general, and more especially of the monarchy of Scotland : maintain'd against Buchannan, Naphtali, Dolman, Milton, &c.
Just and solid foundations of monarchy in general, and more especially of the monarchy of Scotland
laws and customes of Scotland, in matters criminal. Wherein is to be seen how the civil law, and the laws and customs of other nations do agree with and supply ours, The
laws and customs of Scotland in matters criminal, 2012:, The
Letter concerning the union, with Sir George Mackenzie's observations and Sir John Nisbet's opinion upon the same subject, A
Matters criminal
memoirs of the affairs of scotland from the restoration of charles ii
memorial for His Highness the Prince of Orange in relation to the affairs of Scotland, together with the Address of the Presbyterian Party in that Kingdom to His Highness, and some observations on that address., A
moral essay preferring solitude to public employment, a
Moral essay, preferring solitude to public employment, and all it's appanages
moral essay, preferring solitude to publick employment, and all it's appanages, such as fame, command, riches, pleasures, conversation &c.., A
Moral gallantry: a discourse, addresses to the nobility and gentry of Great Britain.
moral history of frugality, the
moral paradox. -, A
Observations on the acts of Parliament, made by King James the First, King James the Second, King James the Third, King James the Fourth, King James the Fifth, Queen Mary, King James the Sixth, King Charles the First, King Charles the Second : wherein 1. It is observ'd if they be in desuetude, abrogated, limited, or enlarged, 2 The decisions relating to these acts are mention'd, 3. Some new doubts not yet decided, are hinted at, 4. Parallel citations from the civil, canon, feudal and municipal laws, and the laws of other nations are adduc'd, for clearing these statutes
Observations on the acts of Parliament, made by King James the First, King James the Second, King James the Third, King James the Fourth, King James the Fifth, Queen Mary, King James the Sixth, King Charles the First, King Charles the Second : wherein 1. It is observed if they be in desuetude, abrogated, limited, or enlarged, 2 The decisions relating to these acts are mentioned, 3. Some new doubts not yet decided, are hinted at, 4. Parallel citations from the civil, canon, feudal and municipal laws, and the laws of other nations are adduc'd, for clearing these statutes
Observations upon the 28. [i.e. 18.] Act, 23. Parl. K. James VI. against dispositions made in defraud of creditors, &c
Observations upon the laws and customs of nations, as to precedency
Observations upon the XVIII. act Parliament XXIII. K. James VI. against dispositions made in defraud of creditors, &c.
Of precedency
Oratio inauguralis ... Destructa bibliothecae, juridicae.
Pleadings, in some remarkable cases, before the supreme courts of Scotland, since the year, 1661. To which, the decisions are subjoyn'd
Prefaces to four seventeenth-century romances
Public and private life in the seventeenth century : the Mackenzie-Evelyn debate
Publick employment and an active life
Ravillac redivivus
Reason : An essay
religio stoici
science of herauldry, the
spirit of fanaticism, The : exemplify'd in the tryals of Mr. James Mitchel, a Presbyterian minister, who was hang'd at Edinburgh, for an attempt made upon the Archbishop of St. Andrews, and Major Thomas Weir, a gifted brother at the knack of extempore prayer, who was burnt between Edinburgh and Leith, April the 11th, 1670, for adultery, beastiality with a mare and a cow, and incest with his own sister, who was likewise hang'd the next day after him : to which is added, an account of the original of Presbytery in Scotland, and their behaviour towards the Episcopal clergy, wherein is demonstrated that rebellion has ever been the principal article of their faith
Terrors of the law, 1985:
That the lawful successor cannot be debarr'd from succeeding to the Crown
true and plain account of the discoveries made in Scotland, of the late conspiracies against His Majesty and the government, A : extracted from the proofs lying in the records of His Majesties Privy Council, and the High Justice Court of the nation : together with an authentick extract of the criminal process and sentence against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood.
vindication of the government in scotland, a
works of that eminent and learned lawyer, Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, advocate to King Charles II and King James VII, with many learned treatises of his, never before printed ..., The
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Thesis (M.A.)--University of New Brunswick, 1984
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