English law and the renaissance

(the Rede lecture for 1901) with some notes by Frederic William Maitland

Publisher: University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]

Written in English
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R. Elton, The Rule of Law in Renaissance England, in TUDOR MEN AND I NSTITUTIONS (A. J. Slavin ed., ), reprinted in 1 S TUDIES IN T UDOR AND S TUART P OLITICS AND G OVERNMENT () (references below are to the latter).English Law and the Renaissance: With Some Notes by Frederic William Maitland.

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