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CLASS II.

Jurisprudence.

GENERAL LAW.-LAW OF NATURE AND NATIONS.-TREATIES.

Bayfius, 1126, Q. 1. Lazari Bayfii, Annotationes in legem II. de Captivis et post

liminio reversis, in quibus tractatur, ubi de Re navali, et annot. in tractatum de auro et argento legato, ubi de vestimentis et vasculorum ge

neribus, &c. Basiliæ, 1541. Bellers, 909, Q. 11. A delineation of universal law. By Fettiplace Bellers.

London, 1750. 3d edit. London, 1754. Budd, 47, D. Joannis Francisci Buddei, selecta juris Naturæ et gentium. Ha

læ-Saxoniæ, 1704. L. Burlamaqui, 1108, D. Elemens du Droit Naturel, par M. J. Jaques Burlamaqui.

Ouvrage posthume. A Lausanne, 1783. M.

1121, D. Principes ou Elemens du Droit Politique. Par M. J. J. Bur

lamaqui. Ouvrage posthume. A Lausanne, 1784. M. Bynkershock, 1540, 0. Traité du Juge competent des Ambassadeurs, tant pour

le Civil, que pour le Criminel. Traduit du Latin de Mr. de Bynker

shoek, par Jean Barbeyrac. A La Haye, 1723. Capmany, 1146, Q. Codigo de las Costumbres Maritimas del libro del Consulado,

por D. Antonia de Capmany y de Monpalu. Madrid, 1791. Cicero, 139, F. 14. Q. M. Tullii Ciceronis de legibus, vide Operum tom. II.

1573, D. Traité des Loix, de Cicéron, traduit par M. Morabin; avec

des Notes. Latin et François. A Paris, 1777. Cumberland, 517, O. & 105, D. Disquisitio Philosophica de Legibus Naturæ, in

qua etiam Philosophiæ Hobbianæ elementa considerantur et refutantur,

auctore Richardo Cumberland. Lubecæ et Francofurti, 1683. L. Duane, 1801, 0. 8. Law of Nations investigated, &c. By W. J. Duane. Phila

delphia, 1809. Felice, 1709, 0. Leçons de Droit de la Nature et des Gens, par M. Le Pro

fesseur de Felice. 2 tom. A Yverdon, 1779. Grijalva, 965, F. Ex Jure Publico excerptæ propositiones de sum. princip. su

prema potestate. Jo. Mic. Grijalva. offert. Vallisorleti, 1790. Grotius, 108 & 16, O. Hugonis Grotii de Jure Belli ac Pacis in quibus jus naturæ

et gentium ; item juris publici præcipua explicantur; cui accedit ejus-
dem Dissertatio de mari libero et Libellus de æquitate, indulgentia et
facilitate. Amstelodami, 1712. L.
766, Q. Le Droit de la Guerre et de la Paix. Par Hugues Grotius.
Nouvelle Traduction, par Jean Barbeyrac, avec les Notes de l'Auteur
même, qui n'avoient point encore paru en François; et de nouvelles
Notes du Traducteur. 2 tom. A Amsterdam, 1724. M.
101, F. The rights of war and peace; by Hugo Grotius, with the
notes of J. Barbeyrac. London, 1738. L.

Montesquieu, 1526, 0. The Spirit of Laws. Translated from the French of

M. de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu. By Thomas Nugent, LL. D.
2 vols. London, 1766.
2330, D. Analyse raisonnée de l'Esprit des Loix du president Mon-

tesquieu, Par M. Pequet. Paris, 1758. Plato, 123, 368, & 436, F. Plato de legibus, et Epinomis, vide Operum

tom. II. Puffendorf, 381, F. The law of nature and nations, by the Baron Puffendorff.

Translated into English. Oxford, 1703. L.
279, Q. S. Puffendorfii de Jure Naturæ et Gentium libri octo. Editio
Secunda. Francofurti ad Moenum, 1684. L.
109, 0. S. Puffendorfii de Officio hominis et civis juxta legem natu-
ralem, cum selectis variorum notis maxime Thomæ Johnson. Lon-
dini, 1737. L.
445, D. S. Puffendorfii element Jurisprudenciæ universalis. Hagæ-

Comitum, 1660. L.
Vattel, 1403, 0. The law of nations; or, Principles of the law of nature; applied to

the conduct and affairs of Nations and Sovereigns. By M. de Vattel.

Translated from the French. Dublin, 1792. Volney, 1906, 0. 2. La Loi Naturelle, ou Catechisme du Citoyen Français; par

C. F. Volney. A Londres, 1796. Ward, 1284, 0. An enquiry into the foundation and history of the law of

nations in Europe, from the time of the Greeks and Romans, to the

age of Grotius. By Robert Ward, Esq. &c. 2 vols. London, 1795. Wicquefort, 1077, 0. Memoires touchant les Ambassadeurs et les Ministres

publics. Par M. de Wicquefort. A La Haye, 1677. M. 93, F. Recueil des Traités de paix, d'alliance, de commerce, &c. et d'autres actes publics, faits entres les puissances de l'Europe, et des autres parties du monde, servant à etablir les droits des princes, et de fondement à l'histoire. IV tomes. A Amsterdam, 1700. L.

642, 0. Nouveau recueil de Traitez d'alliance, de treve, de paix, de garantie et de commerce faits et conclus entre les rois, princes et etats souverains de l'Europe depuis la paix de Munster jusqu'a l'annee 1709. Par J. Du Mont. Tomi II. A Amsterdam, 1710. L.

189, 0. A general collection of treatys, declarations of war, manifestos, and other publick papers, relating to peace and war; from the year 1648 to 1713, inclusive. Second edition. 3 vols. London, 1732. L.

1451, 1. & 2325, D. Treaty of amity, commerce and navigation, between his Britannic majesty and the United States of America, &c. conditionally ratified by the senate, &c. June 24, 1795. With an appendix. Philadelphia, 1795.

722, 0. 1. The definite treaty between Great Britain and the United States of America, signed at Paris, the third of September, 1783.

938, F. A collection of Indian treaties and conferences. 1744–1758. Philadelphia, printed by B. Franklin.

ANCIENT, FEUDAL, CIVIL, AND CANON LAW, &c.

Alciatus, 296, D. Andrea Alciati, Jurisconsulti Mediolanensis, Parergon juris.

Ticini, 1539. L. Brisson, 229, Q. Barnabæ Brissonii, de ritu nuptiarum et jure connubiorum,

libri. Parisiis, 1564. L. Calvin, 188, O. & 902, F. Lexicon juridicum Juris Cæsarei simul et canonici;

feudalis item, civilis, criminalis, theoretici ac practici, studio et opera

Joannis Calvini, alias Kah). Genevæ, 1653–1622. Capomanes, 1153, Q. Tratado de la regalia de Amortizacion, escribiole Don

Pedro Rodriguez Capomanes, en Madrid, 1765. Cuiacius, 420, Q. 2. Jacobi Cuiacii recitationes ad titulum digestorum de justitia

et jure. Spiræ Nemetum, 1595. Dalrymple, 1476, D. An essay towards a general history of feudal property in

Great Britain. By John Dalrymple, Esq. London, 1758. Dew, 2507, O. A report of the judgment of Dew vs. Clark, delivered by Sir

John Nicholl, edited by John Haggard. London, 1826. Gmenerus, 2548, O. Xaverii Gmeneri institutiones Juris Ecclesiastici ad prin

cipia juris naturæ et civitatis, methodo geometrica adornatæ et Ger

maniæ accomodatæ tom II. Viennæ, 1782. Goblerus, 235, D. Justini, G. Gobleri, Institutiones imperiales latino-germanice.

Coloniæ, 1565. L. Gothofred, 738, Q. & 22, 0. Corpus Juris civilis, a Dionysio Gothofredo I. C.

recognitum. Tomi II. in I. Lugduni, 1589. Amstelodami, 1664.

638, D. Jacobi Gothofredi, manuale juris civilis Romani, continens historiam, bibliothecam et seriem librorum ac titulorum in digestis et

in codice. Lugduni Batavorum, 1676. L. Gravina, 1397, D. Esprit des loix Romaines. Ouvrage traduit du Latin de

Jean-Vincent Gravina. Par M. Requier. 3 tom. A Paris, 1766. Halifax, 1325, 0. An analysis of the Roman civil law; in which a comparison

is occasionally made between the Roman laws and those of England,

&c. By Samuel Halifax, LL. D. &c. Cambridge, 1779. Hockman, 956, Q. 2. Henr. Christoph. Hockmanni, de benedictione nuptiarum,

Commentatio. Altdorfii, 1585. Hooker, 583, & 602, F. Eight books of the lawes of ecclesiasticall politie, with

certayne tractates and sermons. By Richard Hooker. London, 1617

and 1662. 814, F. Of the lawes of ecclesiastical politie, eight bookes. By Rich

ard Hooker. London, 1676. M. Justinian, 832, & 1260, D. Justiniani, Sacratissimi Principis, Institutionum

libri quatuor. Additi sunt Tituli Digestor.-de Verborum Significatione et Regulis Juris. Amstelodami, 1687. M.

80, D. Justiniani Institutiones cum subjuncta Theophili Paraphraseos versione Latina. C. A Fabroti. Lugduni Batavorum, 1715. L. 2125, D. Institutiones Justiniani illustratæ et cum jure Gallico col

latæ, authore Claudio de Ferriere. Parisiis, 1676. Kolling, 2012, D. 2. Memoire an den Kaiserlichen Gerichtshof zu Hamburg in

Sachen Catherina Maria Kolling. Hamburg, 1812. Lancelotus, 716, Q. 1. Corpus Juris Canonici emendatum et notis illustratum.

Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. jussu editum, indicibus variis et novis et appendice, Pauli Lanceloti. Lugduni, 1605.

Lindenbrogius, 333, F. Codex Legum Antiquarum, quibus accedunt Formulæ

solennes priscæ publicorum privatorumque negotiorum, ex bibliotheca

Fr. Lindenbrogi. Francofurti, 1613. L. Lipsius, 337, Q. Justi Lipsii Politica, sive civilis doctrina. Lugduni Batavo

rum, 1589. Moetjens, 354, 0. Les Loix Civiles dans leur ordre naturel. Par Adrian Moet

jens. Tomi III. A Paris, 1695. L. Palacios, 1160, Q. Institutiones de Derecho Civil de Castilla, que escribieron

los Doctores Asso y Manuel Emnendedas. Por el Dr. Joaquin Maria

Palacios. Madrid, 1806. Pilate, 1520, 0. Traité des Loix Civiles, par M. Pilate de Tassulo. 2 tom. A

la Haye, 1746. Rukker, 996, Q. Dictatorum clarissimi viri J. C. Rukkeri, de jure civili, tomi

4. MS. Selden, 624, Q. The history of tithes; that is, the practice of payment of them ;

the positiue laws made for them, and the opinions touching the right

of them. By John Selden. London, 1618. L. Spangenberg, 2339. O. Repertorium der Französischen Gesetze von Ernest

Spangenberg. Hamburg, 1811. Spelman, 46, F. Leges Anglo Saxonicæ ecclesiasticæ et civiles, comprehen

dentes leges Edwardi, Gulielmi Conquestoris et Henrici Primi; nec non Codicem veterum Statutorum Angliæ et Dissertationem de Jure Feudali veterum Saxonum subjungitur Henry Spelman. Londini,

1721. L. Wood, 135, 0. A new institute of the imperial or civil law; with notes and

an introductory treatise of the first principles of laws in general. By

Thomas Wood. London, 1721. L. Zouch, 770, D. Richardi Zouchei, Elementa Jurisprudentiæ definitionibus, re

gulis et sententius selectioribus juris civilis illustrata. Amstelodami. L. 500, O. Observation upon the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the kings of Eng. land. London, 1689. L.

849, D. De Legibus Romanis, Consultationibusque. Lugd. Bat. 1689. L.

2021, D. 4. Nachricht zu die Unterthanen des Königreichs Westphalen. Quedlinberg, 1813.

COMMON LAW-MARITIME, COMMERCIAL, CONSTITUTIONAL, AND

MISCELLANEOUS LAW.

Anderson, 1231, 0. The speeches and judgment of the lords of council and

session in Scotland, upon the important cause, George James, Duke of Hamilton and others, pursuers; against Archibald Douglas, Esq., defender. Taken down and published by William Anderson, writer, &c.

Edinburgh, 1768. Bacon, 779, & 1609, 0. The Englishman's right, a dialogue between a barris

ter and a juryman, by Sir John Hales; and an introductory essay on

the duty of a judge. By Lord Bacon. Philadelphia, 1798. Barrington, 888, Q. & 1467, 0. Observations on the more ancient statutes,

from Magna Charta to the twenty-first of James I. Cap. XXVII. With an appendix, being a proposal for new modelling the statutes.

By the Hon. Daines Barrington. London, 1769. Beawes, 831, F. Lex Mercatoria Rediviva; or, the merchant's directory

Being a complete guide to all men in business, &c. with an account of our trading companies, colonies, &c. By Wyndham Beawes, Esq. &c.

London, 1761. Blackstone, 1388, D. Commentaries on the laws of England. By Sir William

Blackstone, Kt. &c. Portrait. 4 vols. London, 1786.

1849, 0. 9. Reply to Dr. Priestley's remarks on his commentaries.

By Sir William Blackstone. London, 1769. Blount, 946, 0. Fragmenta Antiquitatis. Antient tenures of land, and jocular

customs of some manors. By Thomas Blount. London, 1679. M. Bouli, 488, O. A supplement to the abridgement of all the statutes, from

October 24, 1704, to April 1, 1708. By Henry Boult. London,

1708. L. Brockden, 159, F. The precedent book of Richard Brockden, attorney at law,

of Furnival's Inn, Holborn, Middlesex, written with his own hand. L. Capmany, 1146, Q. Codigo de las Costumbres Maritimas de Barcelona, por

D. Antonio de Capmany y de Monpalu. Madrid, 1791. Christie, 1830, 0. 3. The French constitution ; September 3, 1791. Translated

by Thomas Christie. London, 1791. Coke, 1158, D. The complete copy.holder ; being a learned discourse of the

antiquity and nature of manors and copy-holds, with all things thereto incident. By Sir Edward Coke, Knight. With a supplement, &c.

London, 1673. M. Cooper, 2497, 0. A brief account of some of the most important proceedings

in parliament relative to the defects in the administration of Justice.

By C. P. Cooper, Esq. London, 1828. 2506, 0. Letters sur la Cour de la Chancellerie d'Angleterre, par M. C.

P. Cooper. Paris, 1830. Cowell, 564, Q. The interpreter; or booke, containing the signification of

words, wherein such words or termes, as are mentioned in law writers

are explained. By John Cowell. London, 1637. Coxe, 1803, 0. 12. Laws of the United States, relating to direct taxes, &c.

Prepared by Alexander S. Coxe. Philadelphia, 1813. Dallon, 594, F. The Countrey Justice, containing the practice of the justices of

the peace out of their sessions. By M. Dalton. London, 1661. Fortescue, 1117, 0. & 575, D. A learned commendation of the politique lawes

of Englande; vvherein, by most pitthy reasons and euident demonstrations, they are plainelye proued farre to excell all other lawes of the world. Translated from the Latine of Lord Chancellour Fortescue.

By Robert Mulcaster. London, 1567. L. 1599. M. Freeman, 2026, D. The town officer. By S. Freeman, Esq. Portland, 1791. Gutzert, 786, Q. Christiani Hartmanni Samuelis Gatzert Commentatio Juris

Exotici historico-litteraria de jure communi Angliae—of the common

law of England. Gottinge, 1765. M. Hales, 779, & 1609, 0. The Englishman's right, a dialogue between a barrister

and a juryman, by Sir John Hales; and an introductory essay on the

duty of a judge. By Lord Bacon. Philadelphia, 1798. Hargrave, 1361, 0. A collection of tracts relative to the law of England, from

MSS. now first edited, by Francis Hargrave, Esq. &c. Dublin, 1787. Hopkins, 2225, 0. 1. Statement of facts which led to the case of Stockton vs.

Hopkins. By Thomas Hopkins. Philadelphia, 1808. Jacob, 239, F. A new law dictionary. By Giles Jacob. London, 1739. Jefferson, 2150, D. A manual of parliamentary practice. By Thomas Jefferson.

Washington, 1822. Jones, 1855, 0. 6. The law of bailments. By Sir Wm. Jones. Dublin, 1790. Kaimes, 1464, 0. Historical law tracts. By Lord Kaines. Edinburgh, 1761. Kearsley, 908, Q. 1. Narrative of facts relative to the will of Samuel Flower, Esq.

&c. By Dr. John Kearsley, jr. Philadelphia, 1770.

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