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Coke, Edward
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Bowen, Catherine Drinker (1897-1973)
Butler, Charles (1750-1832)
Great Britain. Courts. [from old catalog]
Hale, Matthew Sir, 1609-1676
Hardgrave, Francis
Hargrave, Francis (1741?-1821)
Hawkins, William (1673-1746)
Ireland, Thomas Sir. [from old catalog]
Littleton, Thomas Sir, -1481
Nottingham, Heneage Finch Earl of, 1621-1682
Sheppard, Steve (1963-)
Ward, T.
abridgment of the first part of my Ld. Coke's Institutes, An : with some additions, explaining many of the difficult cases, and shewing in what points the law has been altered by late resolutions and acts of Parliament.
book of entries. -, A
catalogue of the library of Sir Edward Coke, A
Complete copy-holder being a learned discourse of the antiquity and nature of manors and copy-holds, with all things thereto incident
Exact abridgment, in english, of the eleven books of reports of the learned sir edward coke, knt
famous case of RobertCalvin a Scots-Man As contain'd in the reports of Sir Edward Coke, lord chief justice of the common-please and as it was argued in Westminster-Hall by all the judges of England, in the reign of King James VI. of Scotland, and I. of England. Publish'd now for the information of such as would know the rights and privileges of Scots-Men residing in England, and of English-Men residing in Scotland., The
Fift part of the reports of Sr. Edward Coke knight, the king's attorney generall
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
golden passage in the great charter of England, called Magna charta., The
Hæc ego grădævus posui tibi candide lector
Judges judged out of their own mouthes. -
L. Cokes charge, giuen at Norwich Assises
lion and the throne, The : the life and times Sir Edward Coke 1552-1634
Little treatise of baile and mainprize
Lord Coke his speech and charge. With a discouerie of the abuses and corruption of officers., The
Reading del Mon Seignior Coke sur le statute de 27. E.I. appelle le statute de finibus levatis
reports of divers resolutions and judgments given upon solemn arguments, and with great deliberation, and conference of the most reverend judges, and sages of law; of cases in law which never were resolved or adjudged before; and the reasons and causes of the said resolutions and judgments, The
Reports of Sir Edvvard Coke kt. ... [1572-1617]
Reports of sir edward coke, knt., in verse wherein the name of each case and the principal points are contained in two lines. to which are added, references in the margin to all the editions of the said reports; and two tables; one of the names of the cases, and the other of the principal matters
Reports. Part 1
Reports. Part 10
Reports. Part 11
Reports. Part 12
Reports. Part 13
Reports. Part 2
Reports. Part 3
Reports. Part 4
Reports. Part 5
Reports. Part 6
Reports. Part 7
Reports. Part 8
Reports. Part 9
Reports. Parts 1-11
Second part of the institutes of the laws of England
Second parte des reportes del Edward Coke lattorney generall le roigne de divers matters en ley
selected writings of Sir Edward Coke, The
size part des reports Sr. Edw. Coke chiualer, chiefe iustice del common banke, La : des diuers resolutions & iudgements dones sur solemne arguments & auec grand deliberation & conference des tresreuerend iudges & sages de la ley : de cases en ley queux ne fueront vnques resolue ou adiudges par deuant, et les raisons & causes des dits resolutions & iudgements
[Synopsis of Coke on Littleton
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, and Lord Chancellor Nottingham : and a new series of notes and references to the present time
Third part of the institutes of the laws of england concerning high treason, and other pleas of the crown, and criminall causes
Three law tracts, 1764:
Three law tracts I. The compleat copyholder; being a discourse of the antiquity and nature of manors and copyholds, &c. II. A reading on 27 Edward the First, called the statute De finibus levatis. III. A treatise of bail and mainprize
Vnzieme part des Reports de Sr. Edw. Coke chiualer, chiefe iustice Dengleterre dess plees deste tenus deuant le roy mesme assignee et del Counseil prive d'Estat
Works. Selections.