Legal history

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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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Soviet women workers and protective labour legislation, 1917-41.
Ilic, Melanie J., Ph.D. (1996), Birmingham (Rees, E. Arfon)
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The nature and function of the manor court, 1350-1700.
Saaler, Mary E., M.Phil. (1994), London (Davies, Wendy)
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Public order and law enforcement in England, 1294-1350: the local administration of criminal justice.
Musson, Anthony J., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Dobson, R.B.)
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Crime in Wiltshire, 1249-1306.
Williams, Michael A., M.A. (1993), Exeter (Critchley, J.S.)
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North Riding manorial courts.
Severs, David F., D.Phil. (1994), York (Sharpe, J.A.)
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A study of P.R.O., Ches. 25/4 (Palatinate of Chester Indictment Roll, 1354-77).
Hill, Phyllis M., M.Phil. (1996), Liverpool (Booth, Paul H.W.; Kermode, Jennifer I.)
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Medieval legal records as sources for modern historians: coroners and their records in Hampshire and Wiltshire, 1327-99.
Smith, Caroline L., Ph.D. (1996), Southampton (Golding, Brian J.)
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Litigation in the court of exchequer, 1307-50.
Trumpbour, J.F., Ph.D. (1996), Cambridge (Baker, John H.)
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Work, sexuality and resistance: the convict women of Van Diemen's Land, 1820-39.
Reid, Kirsty, Ph.D. (1995), Edinburgh (Duffield, I.; Nenadic, Stana S.)
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The Queen Margaret Settlement, 1897-1914: Glasgow women pioneers in social work.
Kendall, Catherine M., M.Litt. (1993), Glasgow (McCaffrey, J.F.)
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Women, sex and honour: the London church courts, 1572-1640.
Gowing, Laura B., Ph.D. (1993), London (Roper, Lyndal A.)
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Women and litigation in the Elizabethan court of requests.
Stretton, Timothy, Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Wrightson, K.E.)
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Readings on wills in the Inns of Court, 1552-1631.
Mirow, Matthew C., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Baker, J.H.)
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Common law reporting, 1550-1650.
Wells, Elizabeth M.P., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Ibbetson, D.J.)
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Trusts: practice and doctrine, 1536-1660.
Jones, Neil G., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Baker, J.H.)
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Women and violent crime in London, 1800-30.
Morgan, Sharon R., M.Litt. (1993), Cambridge (Pihlips, D.)
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Muslim women in colonial N. India, c.1920-1947: politics, law and community identity.
Deutsch, Karin A., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (O'Hanlon, Rosalind)
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The governance of England: law, reform and the common weal, c.1460-c.1560.
Lockwood, Shelley C., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Skinner, Q.R.D.)
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An introduction to and edition of the Hugh Bigod eyre rolls, June 1258-Feb. 1259, P.R.O., JUST 1/1187, JUST 1/873.
Hershey, Andrew H., Ph.D. (1991), London (Carpenter, David A.)
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The law code of King Alfred the Great.
Dammery, Richard J.E., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Keynes, S.D.)
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Law, empire and the bodies of women: British notions of 'civilisation' and the retreat from public punishments in England, 1750-1868.
Guthrie, Denise, Ph.D. (2009), Essex (Crawford, Catherine J.)
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