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Hale, Matthew (Judge)
Hale, Matthew ((jurist))
Hale, Matthew (Sir)
Hales, Matthew (Mr)
Hales, Matthew (Sir)
Person of great learning and judgment
Butler, Charles (1750-1832)
Coke, Edward Sir, 1552-1634
Emlyn, Sollom (1697-1754)
Fitzherbert, Anthony (1470-1538)
Hargrave, Francis (1741?-1821)
Nottingham, Heneage Finch Earl of, 1621-1682
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Ventris, Peyton (1645-1691)
Wilson, George -1816
Wyndham, Wadham Sir, 1609-1668
Yale, D. E. C.
Yale, David Eryl Corbet
analysis of the civil part of the law., An
Analysis of the law, being a scheme or abstract of the several titles and partitions of the law of England, digested into method, by sir Matthew Hale,... The 3d edition corrected..., The
analysis of the law, The : being a scheme, or abstract, of the several titles and partitions of the law of England, digested into method.
Commentary upon Littleton, not the name of the author only, but of the law itself
Conductor generalis, or, The office, duty and authority of justices of the peace, high-sheriffs, under-sheriffs, goalers, coroners, constables, jury-men, and overseers of the poor : as also, the office of clerks of assize, and of the peace, &c.
Contemplations moral and divine. [By sir Matthew Hale.] The second part. Meditations upon the Lord's prayer
Contemplations moral and divine: in two parts. By Sir Matthew Hale, knight; late chief justice of the Kings-Bench
Contemplations, moral and divine. In two volumes By Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. late Chief Justice of the King's-Bench. To which is prefixed, An account of his life and death. By the Right Reverend Dr. Gilbert Burnet, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Contemplations moral and divine In two volumes. By Sir Matthew Hale, ... To which is prefixed, an account of his life and death. By ... Dr. Gilbert Burnet, ... The fifth edition, corrected.
Difficiles nugae, or Observations touching the Torricelian experiment, and the various solutions of the same, especially touching the weight and elasticity of the air
discourse of the knowledge of God. -, A
discourse of the poor
Discourse touching provision for the poor, written by sir Matthew Hale,..., A
epitome of Judge Hale's contemplations, in his account of the good steward, An
Essays about the poor manufactures trade, plantations and immortality
Essays to do good, addressed to all Christians, whether in public or private capacities.
estimate of the comparative strength of Britain during the present and four preceding reigns; and of the losses of her trade from every war since the revolution., An
First part of the institutes of the laws of England, in three volumes
first part of the institutes of the laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton, not the name of the author only, but of the law itself, The : haec ego grandaevus posui tibi candide lector
first part of the Institutes of the laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton, The : not the name of the author only, but of the law itself
Hale and Fleetwood on Admiralty jurisdiction
Hale. Common Law. 4th ed.
Hale. Common Law. London 1779
harmony of the four Evangelists: or, the history of incarnation, miracles, doctrine, sufferings, and ascension, The
Herausforderung des Verfassungsstaates, Die : Hobbes und englische Juristen
"Historia placitorum coronae". The history of the pleas of the crown, by sir Matthew Hale,... Now first published... by Sollom Emlyn...
Historia placitorum coronæ The history of the pleas of the crown. By Sir Matthew Hale ... Published from the original manuscripts by Sollom Emlyn ... A new edition: carefully revised and corrected; with additional notes ... Together with an abridgement of the statutes ... enacted since the first publication ... By George Wilson ...
history and analysis of the common law of England, The : divided into twelve chapters
history of the common law of England, 1987:, The
history of the common law of England, and An analysis of the civil part of the law., The
History of the common law of England,... by sir matthew Hale,... The 2d edition corrected, The
History of the pleas of the crown
Judgement of the late Lord Chief Justice Sir Matthew Hale of the Nat*. -, The
judgment of the late ... Sir Matthew Hale. -, The
Jurisdiction of the Lords House, or Parliament, considered according to antient records, by lord chief justice Hale. To which is prefixed, by the editor, Francis Hargrave,... an introductory preface including a narrative of the same jurisdiction from the accession of James the First, The
jurisdiction of the Lords House, or Parliament, The : considered according to ancient records
letter of advice to his grandchildren, Matthew, Gabriel, Anne, Mary, and Frances Hale, A
Leven en brieven aan zijne kinderen ...
leven van Sir Matthew Hale
life and death of Pomponius Atticus, written by his contemporary and acquaintance Cornelius Nepos, translated out of his fragments, together with observations political and moral thereupon (by M. Hale)..., The
Londons liberties, 1682:
M. Hale's leven en brieven aan zijne kinderen, benevens de verantwoording eens christens wegens zijn gehouden rentmeesterschap
Methodical summary of the principal matters relating to that subject
new Natura brevium of the most reverend judge, Mr. Anthony Fitz-Herbert, The : together with the authorities in law and cases in the books of reports cited in the margin : and to this edition is added a commentary, containing curious notes and observations on the most remarkable and useful writs, which illustrate and explain many doubtful and abstruse cases, and points in the original
New Natura brevium with Sir Matthew Hale's commentary
Notes on Lord Coke's First institute, or Commentary upon Littleton
Notes on Lord Cokes First institute
Nouvelle Natura brevium.
Observations touching the principles of natural motions, 1677:
Office, duty and authority of justices of the peace, high-sheriffs, under-sheriffs, goalers, coroners, constables, jury men, over-seers of the poor
On the Sabbath. The right way of keeping it, from sir Matthew Hale's advice to his children
Original institution, power and jurisdiction of Parliaments... being a manuscript of the late judge Hales, The
Pleas of the crown, or, A brief but full account of whatsoever can be found relating to that subject.
Pleas of the crown, or a Methodical summary of the principal matters relating to that subject, by Sir Matthew Hale
Prerogatives of the king
Primitive origination of mankind, considered and examined according to the light of nature, written by the honourable sir Matthew Hale,..., The
reports of Sir Peyton Ventris ... In two parts. Containing select cases adjudged in the King's bench, in the reign of K. Charles II. With three learned arguments, one in the King's bench, The
Ruins of time exemplified in Sir Matthew Hale's History of the pleas of the crown
Several tracts written by Sr Matthew Hale, Kt sometime lord chief justice of England: viz A discourse of religion on three heads. 1. The ends and uses of it, and the errors of men touching it. 2. The life of religion, and superadditions to it. 3. The superstructions upon it, and animosities about it. A letter to his children, advising them how to behave themselves in their speech. A letter to one of his sons, after his recovery from the small-pox.
short treatise touching sheriffs accompts., A
short treatise touching sherrifs accompts, A
Sir Matthew Hale's affectionate epistles to his children With directions concerning the religious observation of the Lord's Day. To which is prefixed, the life of the author.
Sir Matthew Hale's «The Prerogatives of the king»
Some necessary and important considerations, directed to all sorts of people : taken out of the writings of that late worthy and renowned judge Sir Matthew Hale : wherein is discovered, his own experience of the inward and invisible guidance of the spirit of God.
successionibus apud anglos, De
sum of religion. Written by Judge Hale, Lord Chief Justice of England, and was found in the closet amongst his other papers after his decease, The
systematic arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the laws of England, on the plan of Sir Matthew Hale's analysis: with the annotations of Mr. Hargrave, Lord Chief Justice Hale, A
Treatise of hereditary descents
treatise shewing how useful, safe, reasonable and beneficial, the inrolling and registring of all conveyances of lands may be to the inhabitants of this kingdom, A
treatise shewing how usefull, safe, reasonable, and beneficial the inrolling & registring of all conveyances of lands may be to the inhabitants of this kingdom, A
Tryal of witches, at the Assizes held at Bury St. Edmonds for the county of Suffolk, on the tenth day of March, 1664, before Sir Matthew Hale Kt., then Lord Chief Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer
Two tracts on the benefit of registering deeds in England
works, moral and religious, of Sir Matthew Hale, knt. ..., The