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The reader will find these articles rewarding reading, for they are written in an attractive style for the readers of journalism. As they are not written for lawyers, they give a broad view of the leading majority judgement without a detailed legal analysis appropriate to a text book. Printed Pages: 392. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 29706
Titel: Courts and their Judgments
Verlag: Rupa Publications India Pvt. Ltd.
Buchbeschreibung printed by W. Rawlins, S. Roycraft and M. Flesher, Assigns of Rich and Edw. Atkyns Esquires,, London, 1688. Folio. The second Jmpression carefully corrected; with the Addition of Thousands of References never before printed. London, printed by W. Rawlins, S. Roycraft and M. Flesher, Assigns of Rich and Edw. Atkyns Esquires, 1688. Folio. Zeitgemäßer Halblederband mit Buntpapierüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln. Kollation: (1:) Titelblatt, (16), 223, (36) S.; (2:) Titelblatt, (16), 358, (32) S.; (3:) Titelblatt, (18), 341, (22) S. The author took his reports in French, and translated them into English for publication. It appears that he had a part of his manuscript published, selecting, as he says, "the fittest and choicest cases out of those reports which I have with no small care, labor and pains, collected together". The prefaces to the parts, or rather dedications, are curiosities in point of language and character of composition, eminently characteristic of the English style of writing in the early part of the seventeenth century. In this respect Bulstrode appears to have attempted to rival "that Leviathan of the Law" Lord Coke. Among others the reports have the imprimatur of Lord Hale, as follows- "I have perused divers cases in these reports, and I Think they are fit to be published." - Matthew Hale. There is a chasm in the pagination of the second part of the reports, but the book is perfect. (Marvin 158-159) Kollation: (1:) Titelblatt, (16), 223, (36) S.; (2:) Titelblatt, (16), 358, (32) S.; (3:) Titelblatt, (18), 341, (22) S. Artikel-Nr. 2875HB