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Articles and Clauses, relative to the Marine, 8vo. Lond. 1760 t Burn (Dr.) Ecclesiastical Law, by Fraser, 8vo. 4 vols.

Lond. 1809

*t Butler (Cha.) Horce Juridicce Subsecivce; being a connected Series of Notes, respecting the Geography, Chronology, and Literary History of the principal Codes, and original Documents of the Grecian, Roman, Feudal, and Canon Law, royal 8vo. Lond. 1807

t Bynkershoek (Corn, van) Traite des Embassadeurs, . traduit par Barbeyrac, 4to, La Haye, 1723

t Carolina, Fundamental Laws and Constitutions of Carolina, by Mr. Locke, 4to. Works, vol. 4

t Collection of Proceedings and Trials against State Prisoners, from the Norman Conquest, fol. Lond. 1741

Doderidge (Sir J.) Com pleat Parson, 4to. Lond. 1641

Grotii (Hugonis) de Jure Belli et Pacis, cum notis Barbey

racii, etc. 8vo. 2 tom. Amst. 1735

Heineccius (J. G.) System of Universal Law, by Turnbull,

8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1763

*t Highmore (Dr.) Jus Ecclesiasticum Anglicanum; or the Government of the Church of England exemplified, 4to. Lond. 1810

t Justinian's Institutes, Lat. and Eng. with Notes, by Dr.

Harris, 4to. 1756

Milton (John) Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce restored; with 3 Defences of it. Pr. Works, 4to. vol. 1

and 8vo. vols. 1 and 2

NlCHOLL (Sir J.) Judgment in the case of Kemp v. Wickes, for refusing to bury an infant Child that had been baptised by a Dissenting Minister, 8vo. Tracts, vol. 9


+ PuFFEnDORF'sLaw of Nature and Nations, with the Notes

of Barbeyrac, by Kennett and Carew, fol. Land. 1749 t Selden (John) Mare Clausum, seu de Dominio Maris,

fol. Op. torn. 2

t Selden (John) Original of the F.cclesiastical Jurisdiction

of Testaments. Works, vol. 3

t Selden (John) History of Tithes. Ibid. t Spelman (Sir Hen.) on the Rights and Respects due to

Churches, fol. Works, t Spelman (Sir Hen.) De Sepultura; a Tract on Burial. Ibid. t Spelman (Sir Hen.) of the Admiral Jurisdiction, and the

Officers thereof. Ibid. t Spelman (Sir Hen.) of the Original of Testaments and

Wills, and of the Probate thereof. 'Ibid.

Swinburne (Hen.) Treatise of Testaments and Last Wills,

8vo. 3 vols. Lond. 1803

Tatischeef (Mich.) Code of Laws for the Russian Empire,

4to. Lond. 1768

Vattel (M. de) Law of Nations; or, Principles of the

Law of Nature, applied to the Conduct and Affairs of

Nations and Sovereigns, 8vo. Northamp. (N.Am.') 1805

British Laws.

Constitutional, Statute, and Common Law, Trials, etc.

The Great Charter and Charter of the Forest, with other authentic Instruments: to which is prefixed, the History of the Charters, by Sir W. Blackstone, 4to. Law Tracts.

t The Laws and Acts of Parliment, made by King James I. and his Royal Successors, (usually called the Scotch Acts) 12mo. 3 vols. Edinb. 1682—85

t British Acts, 12mo. 22 vols. Edinb. 1718—54

. t Addington (Sir Wm.) Abridgment of Penal Statutes,

4to. Lond. 179,5

t Bacon (Lord) Law Tracts, comprising, 1. The Elements of the Common Laws of England; 2. Reading on the Statute of Uses; 3. Arguments, Charges, Ordinances in Chancery, etc. 4to. , Works, vol. 3

t Bacon (Matt.) Abridgment of the Law, by Henry

Gwillim, Esq. royal 8vo. 7 vols. Lond. 1807

Bacon (Nat.) Historical Discourse of the Uniformity of the

Government of England, 4to. Lond. 1647- Tracts, vol. 3

t Barrington (Hon. Daines) Observations on the more Ancient Statutes from Magna Chart a to the 21 Jamesl. Lond. 1775

t Blackstone (SirW.) Commentaries on the Laws of England, with Notes and Additions, by Edw. Christian, 8vo. 4 vols. Lond. 1809

Blackstone (Sir W.) Tracts, chiefly relating to the Antiqui*

ties, and Laws of England; containing:—
1. Analysis of the Laws of England.
\ 2. Essay on Collateral Consanguinity.

3. Observations on the Oxford Press.

4. Introduction to the Great Charter, etc.

, 5. Magna Charta, Charta de Foresta, etc.

+ Britton; containing the Ancient Pleas of the Crown, etc.

Fr. 4to, en Houard. Cout. Anglo-Norm. tom. 4

Brook (Rob.) Reading on Magna Charta, cap. 16.

Lond. 1641. Tracts, vol. 3

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4to. Houard. Cout. Anglo-Norm. tom. 1

Ellesmere (Lord Chanc.) Case of the Post-Nati, 4to.

Lond. 1609

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Lond. 1810

Estates Tail—Treatise on Estates Tayle, and Descents of

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Madox's Hist. vol. 2 t Fleta; or, a Commentary upon the English Law, Lat. 4to. Houard. Cout. Anglo-Norm. tom. 3. fol. and in

Selden's Works, vol. 2 t Glanvill.*: (Ranulphi de) Tractatus de Legibus et Consuetudiuibus Angliae, 4to. Lat. et Fr.

Houard, Cout. Anglo-Norm. tom. I Hakewill (Wm.) Argument on the Liberty of the Subject, against the pretended Power of Impositions, 4to.

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Lond. 1743-56

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Hamilton (Duke of), Henry, Earl of Holland, and Arthur
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Lond. 1649. Tracts, vol.3

Hargrave (Fr.) Juridical Arguments and Collections, 4to.

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Horne (Andrew) Myrror of Justices, 4to. Fr.

Houard, Cout. Anglo-Norm. tom. 4

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2 vols. Lond. 1809

Jones (Sir Wm.) Essay on the Law of Bailments, 8vo.

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the Kings of England, 4to, 2 vols. Lond. 1769

t Malyne (Ger.) Lex Mercatoria; or the ancient Law

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t Marshall (Sam.) Treatise on the Law of Insurance,

royal 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1808

Millar (John) Historical View of the English Government,

8vo. 4 vols. Lond. 1803

t Park (J. A.) System of the Law of Marine Insurances,

8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1809

*t Proceedings of a Court Martial on Geo. Dickson, Esq.

Commissary General of the Island of Trinidad, 8vo. Lond. 1809 t Regiam Majestatem; or the ancient Law of Scotland,

Fr. 4to. Houard Cout. Anglo. Norm. tom. 2.

t Selden (John) Privileges of the Baronage of England,

iu'Parliament. Works, vol. 3

f Selden (John) Of the Judicature in Parliament. Works, vol. 3 t Seldeni Jani Anglorum facies altera Op. tom. 2

f Skene (Sir John) Auld Lawes and Constitutions of Scotland, fol. Edinb. 1609 Somner (Wm.) Treatise on Gavelkind, 4to. Lond. 1728 t Spelman (Sir Hen.) Various Tracts on the Law of England,

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of Cambridge, 4to. Lond. 1649. Tracts, vol. 3

Thorpe (Serjt.) Charge to the Grand Jury at York, 1648, clearly epitomising the Statutes belonging to this Nation, which concerns (and as a golden rule ought to regulate) the several estates and conditions of Men, etc. 4to.

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