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Remus Valsan

Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1890) p. 101; D. Klinck, Conscience, Equity and the Court of Chancery in Early Modern England (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010) pp. 219–263. 92 York Buildings Company v Mackenzie (1795) 8 Brown PC 42 at 63. 93 Re Skeats’ Settlement

van Rhee

usually explained by the absence of lay triers of fact making up the jury as in the common law. The author also addresses the relationship between common law and civil law in early modern England and the role in this relationship of the equity courts. The question is posed whether the traditional view

Ian Williams

in early-modern England more generally, certainly compared to Bracton ’s use as a source for thirteenth century law 3 . This article seeks to correct that imbalance by showing that Bracton was an important source for some early- modern common lawyers, particularly in certain fields. There were a

212 CHRONIQUE [8] Books for Common Lawyers in Early Modern England; 287–302: Th.W. E VANS , Study at the Restoration Inns of Court; 303–313: W. P REST , Lay Legal Knowledge in Early Modern England; 315–328: D.J. I BBETSON , Charles Viner and his Chair: Legal Education in Eighteenth-Century Oxford; 329

R.A. Houston

in 1480 and 450 in 1640. Brooks drew on his earlier book Pettyfoggers and vipers of the commonwealth , The ‘ lower branch ’ of the legal profession in early modern England , Cambridge 1986, p. 112-114, 264. W. Prest, Lawyers , in: The professions in early modern England, ed. W. Prest, London

droit à Rome sous l’Empire: la législation impériale depuis la fin de l’époque classique; [England:] 55–68: D.J. I BBETSON , Case Law and Judicial Precedents in Mediaeval and Early-Modern England; 69–88: M. L OBBAN , The English Legal Treatise and English Law in the Eighteenth Century; [Deutschland:] 91

, Enforcement of the statutes against usury in the Ex- chequer, 1545 - 1624; A. Laurence, Daniel Defoe and imprisonment for debt; A.M. Squil- lante, The Statute of Frauds and the Uniform Commercial Code; A.D.E. Lewis, The ori- gins of the Nolo plea; W.R. Prest, Judicial corruption in early modern England; J

'a 1'entr6e en vigueur du Code civil suisse); 379-402: A. KIRALFY, Custom in Mediaeval English Law; 403-410: L.A. KNAFLA, Law and Custom in Early Modern England; 411-419: W.D.H. SELLAR, Custom in Scots Law; 421-433: D. JENKINS, Custom in Welsh Medieval Law; 435-443: T.M. CHARLES-EDWARDS, Custom in

Hereditary Transmission of Land Among Small Landowners in Early Modern England. There was a General Address on 'The War Powers at the Bicentennial: Still "Our Main Reliance"?' by H.M. Hyman and a Panel Discussion on 'The Course in American Legal History: Materials and Approaches'. Werkgroep

, The Use of Roman Law in Virginia Courts; 147-163: R.S. Rodgers, The Wasps in Court, Argument and Audience in the Athenian Dicasteries; 164-188: D.R. Ernst, The Moribund Appeal of Death, Compensating Survivors and Controlling Jurors in Early Modern England. Anuario de historia del derecho espanol, 53