Legal history

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The history of the assize utrum to c.1260.
Marr, Alexandra N., B.Litt. (1973), Oxford (Hall, G.D.G.)
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The writ of habeas corpus: a historical and functional view.
Mian, B.K., LL.M. (1977), Keele
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Criminals and the law in the reign of Richard II, with special reference to Hampshire.
Post, J.B., D.Phil. (1976), Oxford (Hunnisett, R.F.)
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Public order and law enforcement in Shropshire and Staffordshire in the early 15th century.
Powell, E., D.Phil. (1980), Oxford (Harriss, G.L.)
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The maintenance of law and order in England, 1227-63.
Summerson, H.R.T., Ph.D. (1976), Cambridge (Fisher, D.J.V.)
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Property and prerogative in game: the legal background to the history of the English game and forest laws.
Cook, P.J., LL.M. (1975), Birmingham
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Sokeright
Joy, Christine A., Ph.D. (1975), Leeds (Sawyer, P.H.)
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Personal pledging in a medieval English village.
Pimsler, M.W., Ph.D. (1975), London (Hodgett, G.A.J.)
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Trial by battle.
Russell, M.J., Ph.D. (1977), London
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The Instituta Cnuti: a translation and commentary.
Yates, D., M.A. (1978), Wales (Cardiff) (Loyn, H.R.)
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Legal status of women in Malawi: pre-colonial period to 1964.
Maliwa, Emily N., Ph.D. (1970), London
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Law and order in 15th-century England, with particular reference to the Paston family
Hearn, Sarah A.L., M.Phil. (1982), St. Andrews (Kettle, Ann J.)
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The legal and social status of women in the Hadith literature
Saad, Salma, Ph.D. (1990), Leeds (Shivtiel, A.)
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The criminality of women and its control in England, 1850-1914
Zedner, Lucia H., D.Phil. (1988), Oxford (Hood, R.G.)
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The acceptance and statutory recognition of women as police officers in England and Wales, with special reference to the Metropolitan Police, 1914-31
Carrier, J.W., Ph.D. (1983), London (Abel-Smith, B.)
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The role of the judiciary in Tudor government, 1509-47
Bevan, Amanda S., Ph.D. (1985), Cambridge (Elton, G.R.)
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The influence of aspects of the common law on the political thought of Richard Hooker
Christou, J., Ph.D. (1989), Council for National Academic Awards (Koenigsberger, Dorothy M.)
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The enforcement of the penal statutes at the court of exchequer, c.1558-c.1576
Lidington, D.R., Ph.D. (1988), Cambridge (Elton, G.R.)
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The manor of Little Haywood and its small court, 1550-1600
Morris, Pamela R., M.A. (1988), Keele (Harrison, C.J.)
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The law of treason in the reign of Elizabeth I, 1558-88
Ward, Leslie J., Ph.D. (1985), Cambridge (Elton, G.R.)
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Judicial records of the rising of 1381
Prescott, A.J., Ph.D. (1984), London (Barron, Caroline M.)
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A borough and forest community: the courts of Macclesfield in the later 14th century
Tonkinson, A.M., Ph.D. (1989), Liverpool
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Judges in government and society under Edward II
Higgins, D.J.M., D.Phil. (1987), Oxford (Maddicott, J.R.L.)
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The English legal profession, c.1340-c.1450
Ramsay, N.L., Ph.D. (1985), Cambridge (Baker, J.H.)
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The medieval concept of justice: the philosophical and juristic concept of justice in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and its correspondence with royal justice as described in 13th-century English legal literature
Doe, C.N., LL.M. (1982), Wales (Cardiff)
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A critical edition of the Warwickshire hundred rolls of 1279-80
John, E.L.T., Ph.D. (1989), Birmingham (Hilton, R.H.)
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The borough community of Tamworth and its courts at the end of the 13th century: the evidence of the court rolls
Tonkinson. , A.M., M.A. (1985), Keele (Studd, J.R.)
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The ecclesiastical contributions to the development and enforcement of the English feoffment to uses, 1066-1535
DeVine, S.W., B.C.L. (1984), Durham
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A history of the common law of criminal procedure, 1166-1222
Moss, W.S., Ph.D. (1984), Cambridge (Milsom, S.F.C.)
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Women and crime in S.W. Germany, 1500-1700.
Rublack, Ulinka C., Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Scribner, R.W.)
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