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" In giving the reasons for dealing with this as a separate period, they say •' so continuous has been our English legal life during the last six centuries, that the law of the later middle ages has never been forgotten among us. It has never passed utterly... "
The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I. - Sivu xxxiv
tekijä(t) Frederick Pollock, Frederic William Maitland - 1899 - 1379 sivua
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Nide 18

American Bar Association - 1895
...legal reporting begins. In giving the reasons for dealing with this as a separate period, they say ''so continuous has been our English legal life during...utterly outside the cognizance of our courts and our practicing lawyers." Such is the long tradition that finds expression in the law of this very day,...

Harvard law review, Nide 9

1896
...legal reporting begins. In giving the reasons for dealing with this as a separate period, they say "so continuous has been our English legal life during...among us. It has never passed utterly outside the cognisance of our courts and our practising lawyers." Such is the long tradition that finds expression...

The Minnesota Law Journal, Nide 4

1896
...legal reporting begins. In giving the reasons for dealing with this as a separate period, they say 'so continuous has been our English legal life during...later Middle Ages has never been forgotten among us. lt has never passed utterly outside the cognizance of our Courts and our practicing lawyers.' Such...

Revolution in History

Former Professor of the Social History of Medicine Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine Roy Porter, Roy Porter, Mikulas Teich - 1986 - 341 sivua
...to English historians, setting them off from those of continental nations where it had not occurred. So continuous has been our English legal life during...present day have disinterred and reconstructed the law of medieval Germany.29 This continuity is shown in the treatment of particular subjects. For instance,...
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The History of English Law, Nide 1

Frederick Pollock (Sir)), Frederic William Maitland
...speaks as if he had done so in a letter printed by Wharton, Anglia Sacra, vol. ii. p. 6, and by Jnft4, Monumenta Moguntina, 32. On this see Savigny, Geschichte...present day have disinterred and reconstructed the law of medieval Germany. It has never been obliterated by a wholesale 'reception' of Roman law. Blackstone,...
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Nide 18

American Bar Association - 1895
...legal reporting begins. In giving the reasons for dealing with this as a separate period, they say •' so continuous has been our English legal life during...utterly outside the cognizance of our courts and our practicing lawyers." Such is the long tradition that finds expression in the law of this very day,...




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