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" What is distinctive of medieval England is not parliament, for we may everywhere see assemblies of Estates, nor trial by jury, for this was but slowly suppressed in France. But the Inns of Court and the Year Books that were read therein, we shall hardly... "
English Law and the Renaissance: The Rede Lecture for 1901 - Página 15
por Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
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Untersuchungen zur deutschen Staats- und Rechtsgeschichte, Volumen90,Tema 1907

1907
...big achievement in the history of some undiscovered cnntinents. We may well doubt whether aught eise could have saved English law in the Age of the Renaissance....France. But the Inns of Court and the Year Books that wliere read therein, we shall hardly lind their like elsewhere. At all events let us notice that where...
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Untersuchungen zur deutschen Staats- und Rechtsgeschichte, Temas90-94

1907
...we may everywhere see assemblies of Estatcs, nor trial by Jury, for this was but slowly suppresscd in France. But the Inns of Court and the Year Books that where rcad therein, we shall hardly find their like elsewhere. At all evcnts let us notice that where...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...distinctive of medieval England is not parliament, for we may everywhere see assemblies of estates, not trial by jury, for this was but slowly suppressed...therein, we shall hardly find their like elsewhere." — Ibid., p. 27. 'Ibid., pp. 27, 28. 3 A valuable account of the Year Books in general is given in...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...distinctive of medieval England is not parliament, for we may everywhere see assemblies of estates, not trial by jury, for this was but slowly suppressed...therein, we shall hardly find their like elsewhere." — Ibid., p. 27. 1Ibid., pp. 27, 28. f investigating the decline in legal learning which resulted...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...we may everywhere see assemblies of estates, not trial by jury, for this was but slowly sup\ pressed in France. But the Inns of Court and the Year Books...were read therein, we shall hardly find their like else where." — '•Ibid., p. 27. ' Ibid., pp. 27, 28. »A valuable account of the Year Books in general...
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A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 páginas
...were going on around them. In the fifteenth century there were great judges who performed what may we may everywhere see assemblies of Estates, nor trial...therein, we shall hardly find their like elsewhere." — Maitland, Eng. Law and the Renaissance, 27. seem to us some daring feats in the accommodation of...
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A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 páginas
...were going on around them. In the fifteenth century there were great judges who performed what may we may everywhere see assemblies of Estates, nor trial...therein, we shall hardly find their like elsewhere." — Maitland, Eng. Law and the Renaissance, 27. seem to us some daring feats in the accommodation of...
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A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 páginas
...were going on around them. In the fifteenth century there were great judges who performed what may we may everywhere see assemblies of Estates, nor trial...were read therein, we shall hardly find their like elsewhere."—Maitland, Eng. Lam and tine Renaissance, 27. seem to us some daring feats in the accommodation...
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English Law and the Renaissance: (the Rede Lecture for 1901) with Some Notes

Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
...lawyers formed themselves and in course of time evolved a scheme of legal education : an academic scheme of the medieval sort, oral and disputatious. For good...their like elsewhere. At all events let us notice I that where Littleton and Fortescue lectured, there Robert Rede lectures, Thomas More lectures, Edward...
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