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De Laudibus Legum Angliæ

Written originally in Latin by Sir John Fortescue, Lord Chief Justice ... Tr. into English, illustrated with the notes of Mr. Selden, and great variety of remarks with respect to the antiquities, history, and laws of England. To which are prefix'd Mr. Selden to the reader, and a large historical preface. To the whole are added the preface of the...
[London] In the Savoy, Printed by H. Lintot for D. Browne, 1741.
The 2d ed
Latin (also in)
Uniform Title
De laudibus legum Angliae English
3 p. l., lxiv, 130, [15], ii, 36 p., 1 l., iii, [1], 42, [2] p. front. 33 cm.
  • "The preface of the first editor" is in Latin and has separate paging (1 l., ii, 36 p.) and special t.-p.: Fortescue De laudibus legum Angliæ. Præmittuntur præfatio primi editoris, &, testimonia Balei, Pitsei & Du Fresne ... Londini, typis E. & R. Nutt, & R. Gosling, 1737.
  • The Hengham magna and Hengham parva are in Latin and have separate paging (1 l., iii, [1], 42 p.) and special t.-p.: Radvlphi De Hengham Edwardi Regis I. Capitalis olim justitiarii summæ. Magna Hengham, & parva, vulgò nuncupatæ. ex vett. codd. mss. cum cl. Seldeni notis. Londini, typis E. & R. Nutt, & R. Gosling, 1737.
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LAW: 1828 Catalogue.
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