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The Collected Papers of Frederic William Maitland: Volume 3

Edited by: H. A. L. Fisher

ISBN13: 9781107645066
Published: October 2013
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.99

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Frederic William Maitland (1850-1906) was a pioneering English legal historian. Originally published in 1911, this book forms one of three volumes of Maitland's collected papers.

Taken together the texts cover a broad range of areas, with some philosophical and biographical subject matter, but for the most part they relate to the spheres of legal and social history. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in legal history and Maitland's contribution to it.

There is no reduced price available for the three Volume set of Maitland.

Legal History, Biography
1. The tribal system in Wales
2. The murder of Henry Clement
3. Two chartularies of the priory of St Peter at Bath
3. The history of marriage, Jewish and Christian
5. The origin of the borough
6. A song on the death of Simon de Montfort
7. Wyclif on English and Roman law
8. 'Execrabilis' in the common pleas
9. Canon law
10. Records of the honourable society of Lincoln's Inn
11. Magistri vacarii summa de matrimonio
12. Landholding in mediaeval towns
13. An unpublished 'revocatio' of Henry II
14. Canon MacColl's new convocation
15. Canon law in England
16. Elizabethan gleanings
17. The corporation sole
18. The crown as corporation
19. The unincorporate body
20. The body politic
21. Moral personality and legal personality
22. Trust and corporation
23. The teaching of history
24. Law at the universities
25. A survey of the century
26. Lincolnshire court rolls and Yorkshire inquisitions
27. The laws of the Anglo-Saxons
28. The making of the German civil code
29. State trials of the reign of Edward I
30. William Stubbs, Bishop of Oxford
31. Lord Acton
32. Sir Leslie Stephen
33. Henry Sidgwick
34. Mary Bateson