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1 DICEY, Albert Venn (1835-1922). Lectures on the relation between law & public opinion in England during the nineteenth century.
London: Macmillan, 1919. 1919 
8vo. xciv, 506, [ads 2] pp. Index; first signature loose. Blind-stamped brown cloth, gilt spine. Ownership signature. Very good. SECOND EDITION, reprinted. "A Notable Contribution to Political Philosophy." -DNB. Albert Dicey was Vinerian Professor of English Law at Oxford for twenty-seven years. During this time he contributed "three books which give him a permanent place among historians of English law." This is the third; it grew out of a course of lectures given at Harvard Law School in 1898. DNB, 1922-1930, pp. 259-261. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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2 JACOB, Giles (1686-1744). The Complete Court-Keeper; or, Land-Steward's Assistant. "In the Savoy."
[London]: Henry Lintot for T. Woodward, D. Browne, J. Shuckburgh, T. Osborne and W. Smith, E. Wicksteed, 1741. 1741 
8vo. viii, 522, [22] pp. Index. 20th-century half calf over blue buckram, 5 raised spinal bands, gilt-stamped red leather spine label; cloth lightly rubbed. Title-page signature (upper margin). Very good. Fourth edition, "with large Additions and Amendments, and the Precedents in English." This comprehensive treatise on landlord and tenant was one of Jacob's most successful works (first issued in 1713). Jacob, "a native of Romney, Hampshire, received a legal education, and subsequently became steward and secretary to the Hon. Wm. Blathwayt. Jacob was the author of more than thirty works, of which twenty-five were law books. Of all these publications, the only ones now in request are: 1. Complete Court-Keeper, or Land-Steward's Assistant" and three others (CDEL, p. 859). Allibone, Samuel Austin, and John Foster Kirk. "Jacob, Giles." Critical Dictionary of English Literature, and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Vol. 1. Philadelphia: 1859. 
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3 NORTON-KYSHE, James William (1855-1920). The dictionary of legal quotations; of, selected dicta of English chancellors and judges from the earliest periods to the present time…
London: Sweet & Maxwell, 1904. 1904 
8vo. xxi, 344 pp. Original green cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles; cover lightly spotted, spine lightly frayed. Very good. Rare. FIRST EDITION. “This book is not an index of such formulas or phrases as are most commonly cited in English-speaking courts of law, but a commonplace book of judicial or sometimes extra-judicial dicta. Mr. Norton-Kyshe has brought together many interesting and amusing extracts, including passages from the reports of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, which deserve to be better known than they are.” [Marke 1213]. HLC II:241. First Edition. 
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4 PAUL, John; George WILSON [rev. and corr.]. The Laws Relating to Landlords and Tenants; or, Every Landlord and Tenant His Own Lawyer; Containing the whole Law respecting Landlords, Tenants, and Lodgers, laid down in a Plain, Easy, and Comprehensive Manner; … as settled by the most eminent Counsul.
London: Strahan and Woodfall for Richardson, and Robinson, 1795. 1795 
8vo. [x], 209 pp. Index. Original quarter leather over paper-backed boards; heavily rubbed, covers reinforced with kozo at joints and hinges. Internally very good. Eighth edition, “with considerable Additions and Improvements, from the Reports of Sayer, Burrow, Blackstone, Lofft, Douglas, and the Term Reports, both in the King’s Bench and Common Pleas, to the Commencement of Michaelmas Term, in the Thirty Fifth Year of George the Third.” Text in legal French. Full title: The Laws Relating to Landlords and Tenants; or, Every Landlord and Tenant His Own Lawyer; Containing the whole Law respecting Landlords, Tenants, and Lodgers, laid down in a Plain, Easy, and Comprehensive Manner; to which are added the most approved Forms of Notices to quit, Directions for making a Distress, and for Replevying Goods when illegal taken: also Memorandums for letting Houses, Lands, and Apartments by Agreement, or on Lease; and various Precedents of Leases, and other Useful Deeds, as settled by the most eminent Counsul. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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5 RICHARDS, James R. Transnational Criminal Organizations, Cybercrime, and Money Laundering. A handbook for law enforcement officers, auditors, and financial investigators.
Boca Raton: CRC Press, (1999). 1999 0849328063 / 9780849328060 
8vo. xxii, 318 pp. Index. Printed boards. Fine. ISBN: 0849328063 
Price: 85.00 USD
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6 SPOR, Cajus Rudolf von. Dissertatio Inauguralis Juris Publici et Feudalis de Natura Vasallagii et Subjectionis in Territoriis S.R. Imperii. In Academia Viadrina Anno MDCCXXIII. D.XVII. Sept. Primum Edita nunc Iterum Excusa.
Frankfurt: Philippi Schwartzii, 1739. 1739 
// 8vo. 59, [5] pp. Title vignette, head and tail pieces. Modern marbled wrappers. RARE. Near fine. Scarce dissertation by German jurist von Spor for the Viadrina European University. Viadrina European University was founded in 1506 by Joachim I Nestor, Elector of Brandenburg. "In 1736 the eminent jurist Johann Jakob Moser was called to head the Faculty of Law at the university, but had to leave after three years due to his thoroughly Liberal ideas which were disliked by then King Frederick William I of Prussia" (Wikip.). Although there is precious little information about von Spor, and this appears to be his only publication, it is likely that he studied under Moser, publishing his dissertation the year of Moser's departure. A statement relating to King Frederick William I of Prussia (1688-1740) is found on the verso of H2 in this pamphlet. There is also the name of professor Bernardus Henricus Reinoldus [Bernhard Heinrich Reinold (1677-1726)], whose role may have been to represent the author with this dissertation [post-script dated 1723]. According to WorldCat, 3 libraries hold this work, all in Germany: Berlin State Library—Prussian Cultural Heritage, SLUB Dresden, and Universität Leipzig. See also: G. C. J. J. Van Den Bergh, The Life and Work of Gerard Noodt, 1647-1725: Dutch Legal Scholarship Between Humanism and Enlightenment, Oxford University Press, 1988. 
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7 VERDUGO, D. Pomposo. Vindicacion del Juez de Circuito de Sonora, Sinaloa y Baja California. Lic. Blas J. Gutierrez, Acusado de Perturbador del Orden Publico.
Mexico: Juan R. Navarro, 1856. 1856 
8vo. 31 pp. Later marbled wrappers. Fine. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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