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Abdy, J. T. (John Thomas), 1822-1899.
     Feudalism : its rise, progress, and consequences : lectures delivered at Gresham College.
London : G. Bell. 1890
Legal History.
xix, 459 p. ; 20 cm.; UK-05-161.
     Fiche: 13819-13824

An Abstract of the British West Indian statutes, for the protection and government of slaves.
London : J. Ridgeway. 1830
Legal History.
v, 43 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-05-182.
     Fiche: 59597

The Act of Settlement and the Pope's apostolic letters : selection from correspondence in the months of November and December last in the possession of Charles Purton Cooper, Esq.--4th ed.
London : W. Pickering. 1851
Legal History.
30 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-05-107.
     Fiche: 9564

Adams, Brooks, 1848-1927.
     The law of civilization and decay : an essay on history.
New York : Macmillan. 1896
Legal History.
xiv, 393 p. ; 20 cm.; US-05-3; 2nd ed.
     Fiche: 2274-2278

Adams, Charles Francis, 1835-1915.
     "Imperialism" and "the tracks of our forefathers" : a paper.
Boston : D. Estes & Co. 1899
Legal History.
37 p. ; 23 cm.; US-05-2; read by Charles Francis Adams.
     Fiche: 2273

Adams, Herbert Baxter, 1850-1901.
     Constables.
[S.l. : s.n.]. [1882?]
Legal History.
38 p. ; 25 cm.; US-05-11.
     Fiche: 2295

Addison, C. G. (Charles Greenstreet), d. 1866.
     The Knights Templars.
London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1854
Legal History.
vii, 315 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.; UK-05-43; 3rd ed.
     Fiche: 9259-9262

Agnew, Andrew, Sir, 1818-1892.
     The hereditary sheriffs of Galloway : their "forebears" and friends, their courts and customs of their times : with notes of the early history, ecclesiastical legends, the baronage and place-names of the province.
Edinburgh : D. Douglas. 1893
Legal History.
2 v., [4] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.; UK-05-151.
     Fiche: 13784-13795

Akerman, John Yonge, 1806-1873.
     "Furca et fossa" : a review of certain modes of capital punishment in the Middle Ages : communicated to the Society of Antiquaries.
London : Printed by J.B. Nichols and Sons. 1858
Legal History.
12 p. ; 29 cm.; UK-05-97.
     Fiche: 9542

Amos, Andrew, 1791-1860.
     Observations on the statutes of the Reformation Parliament in the reign of King Henry the Eighth.
London : V. & R. Stevens & G.S. Norton. 1859
Legal History.
vii, 336 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-05-122.
     Fiche: 9605-9608

Amos, Andrew, 1791-1860.
     Ruins of time exemplified in Sir Matthew Hale's History of the pleas of the crown.
London : V. and R. Stevens and G.S. Norton. 1856
Legal History.
xxviii, 268 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-05-78.
     Fiche: 9433-9436

Andrews, Charles McLean, 1863-1943.
     The old English manor : a study in English economic history.
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins Press. 1892
Legal History.
xi, 291 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-05-92.
     Fiche: 9528-9531

Andrews, John W. (John Whiting), 1811-1893.
     Speech of J.W. Andrews, of Franklin : on the engrossment of the bill relating to fugitives from labor or service from other states.
Columbus [Ohio] : S. Medary & Brothers. 1839
Legal History.
12 p. ; 21 cm.; US-05-28.
     Fiche: 2326

Arnold, Richard, d. 1521?
     The customs of London, otherwise called, Arnold's Chronicle : containing among divers other matters the original of the celebrated poem of the Nut-Brown maid.
London : F.C. and J. Rivington. 1811
Legal History.
lii, 300 p. ; 31 cm.; UK-05-154.
     Fiche: 13801-13804

Arnoux, William Henry, 1831-1907.
     The Dutch in America : a historical argument.
New York : Priv. print. 1890
Legal History.
54 p. ; 29 cm.; US-05-23.
     Fiche: 2319

Arundell, Thomas, 1817-1880.
     Historical reminiscences of the city of London and its livery companies.
London : R. Bentley. 1869
Legal History.
xii, 444 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-05-54.
     Fiche: 9328-9332

Ashley, James Monroe, 1824-1896.
     Speech of Hon. J.M. Ashley, of Ohio : delivered in the House of Representatives, on Friday, January 6, 1865 : on the constitutional amendment for the abolition of slavery.
New York : W.C. Bryant. 1865
Legal History.
22 p. ; 23 cm.; US-05-27.
     Fiche: 2325

Ashley, W. J. (William James), Sir, 1860-1927.
     The Anglo-Saxon "township"
[Cambridge, Mass.?] : G.H. Ellis, printer. [1894?]
Legal History.
19 p. ; 24 cm.; UK-05-115.
     Fiche: 9593

Austin, James Trecothick, 1784-1870.
     Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery.
Boston : Russell, Shattuck and Co. : J.H. Eastburn. 1835
Legal History.
48 p. ; 23 cm.; US-05-177; by a citizen of Massachusetts.
     Fiche: 58401

Baigent, Francis Joseph.
     A history of the ancient town and manor of Basingstoke in the county of Southampton : with a brief account of the siege of Basing House, A.D. 1643-1645.
Basingstoke [Hampshire] : C.J. Jacob. 1889
Legal History.
xxiv, [5]-766 p., [15] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., maps, port. ; 23 cm.; UK-05-83; by Francis Joseph Baigent and James Elwin Millard.
     Fiche: 9496-9504

Barrington, Boyd C. (Boyd Cummings), b. 1869.
     The Magna Charta and other great charters of England : with an historical treatise and copious explanatory notes.
Philadelphia : W.J. Campbell. 1900
Legal History.
364 p. ; 22 cm.; US-05-210; 2nd ed.
     Fiche: 73471-73474

Beamont, William, 1797?-1889.
     Notes on the Parliaments of England : from the thirteenth century to the year 1688 : with notices of the principal transactions of each Parliament and the reason why the several Parliaments acquired the sobriquets, or short names, which they respectively earned and by which they were known.
Warrington [Cheshire] : Printed at the Guardian Office. 1888
Legal History.
82 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-05-40.
     Fiche: 9252

Beitel, Calvin G. (Calvin Gustavus).
     The Penn titles to Northampton County lands.
[Philadelphia? : s.n.]. 1900
Legal History.
34 p., [3] folded leaves : facsim., maps ; 23 cm.; US-05-20.
     Fiche: 2307

Bennett, Richard, 1844-1900.
     Feudal laws and customs.
London : Simpkin, Marshall. 1900
Legal History.
xii, 330 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.; UK-05-100; by Richard Bennett and John Elton.
     Fiche: 9546-9549

Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858.
     Historical and legal examination of that part of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Dred Scott case which declares the unconstitutionality of the Missouri Compromise Act and the self-extension of the Constitution to territories, carrying slavery along with it : with an appendix.
New York : D. Appleton. 1857
Legal History.
4, [3]-193 p. ; 24 cm.; US-05-25; by the author of the "Thirty years' view"
     Fiche: 2321-2323

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