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" A parallele or conference of the civil law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England. ... Digested in sundry dialogues by William Fulbecke. "
Catalogus Bibliothecae Harleianae: In Locos Communes Distributus Cum Indice ... - Page 682
1743
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Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been ..., Volume 40

Bibliography - 1926 - 1044 pages
...Sotheby, Nov. 23, 3 5s. ; July 26, 2 12s.] Fulbecke (William). A Parallel or Conference of the Civill Law, the Canon Law, and the Common Law of this Realme of England, first ed., orig. vellum gt., AshridgeScott-Heber copy (v. 1872), fine copy, London, T. Wight,...
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Catalogue, Issue 250

Pickering & Chatto - Booksellers' catalogs - 1928 - 134 pages
...Decameron. Sh. tit. Cat., No. 17850. FULBECKE (WILLIAM). 12o A Parallels or Conference of the Civill Law, THE CANON LAW, AND THE COMMON LAW OF THIS REALME OF ENGLAND. Wherein the agreement and disagreement of these three Lawes, and the causes and reasons of...
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Law and Politics in Jacobean England: The Tracts of Lord Chancellor Ellesmere

Louis A. Knafla, Sir Thomas Egerton - Biography & Autobiography - 1977 - 392 pages
...law as a political science was struck by William Fulbecke, A Parallele or Conference of the Civill Law, the Canon Law, and the Common Law of this Realme of England (16o1),f.58v. minent spokesmen on law and equity in the sixteenth century. According to Saint-German...
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Catalogue of the Wren Library of Lincoln Cathedral: Books Printed Before 1801

Clive Hurst - Cathedral libraries - 1982 - 628 pages
...imprinted by Thomas Wight, 1602. 4 90ff. STC 114 14 H. 231 A parallele or conference of the ciuill law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England . . (The second part.) At London: printed by Thomas Wight, 1601,02. 4 2vinl. 104;74ff. STC...
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The Ancient Constitution and the Feudal Law: A Study of English Historical ...

J. G. A. Pocock - History - 1987 - 428 pages
...containing the Signification of Words (1607,1637 and many subsequent editions). Fulbecke, Parallels or Conference of the Civil Law, the Canon Law and the Common Law of this Realms of England (1601 and 1618). 1 Interpreter, ed. 1637 (not paginated), articles on 'Ayde', 'Baron',...
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The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe

Anthony Pagden - History - 1987 - 380 pages
...translation but ended as a critical, comparative commentary) and, in England, by William Fulbeke's Parallele or Conference of the Civil Law, the Canon Law, and the Common Law of this Realm of England. And other examples could be cited for Germany, Italy and Spain. In the context of...
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Justinian's Institutes

Justinian I (Emperor of the East) - History - 1987 - 164 pages
...1611, frequently drew on an extraordinary work by the ebullient William Fulbecke called A Parallele, or Conference of the Civil Law, the Canon Law and the Common Law, published in 1601. Fulbecke, a barrister of Gray's Inn had been, at Oxford, a pupil of Albericus Gentilis,...
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The Cambridge History of Political Thought 1450-1700

James Henderson Burns, Mark Goldie - History - 1991 - 818 pages
...preserve the respectability of Roman law." In the early seventeenth century William Fulbeke drew a 'parallel or conference of the civil law, the canon law, and the common law of this realm of England', for example, while John Cowell compiled an Institutes of the Lawes of England in...
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The Renaissance in Scotland: Studies in Literature, Religion, History, and ...

A. Alasdair A. MacDonald, Michael Lynch, Ian Borthwick Cowan - History - 1994 - 468 pages
...two major public43 Fulbecke's works published by Wight are A Parallele or Conference of the Civill Law, the Canon Law, and the Common Law of this Realme of England (in two parts, 1601 and 1602), and The Pandectes of the Law of Nations: Contayning severall...
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Forms of Nationhood: The Elizabethan Writing of England

Richard Helgerson - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 390 pages
...Johns Hopkins Press, 1932-57), 10.474, and William Fulbecke, A Parallele or Conference of the Civill Law, the Canon Law, and the Common Law of this Realme of England ( 1601), sig. ?f iv. 5. There are many important exceptions to this pattern in The Faerie...
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