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Customary Law and Laws of Property.
Somner's (W.) Treatise of Gavel Kind; with sundry emergent Observations, both pleasant and profitable to be known, of Kentish Men, and of the Ancient Custume or the Common Law of this Kingdom; with Life of the Author by Bp. White Kennet. 4to. Lond. 1726. Ritson's (J.) Jurisdiction of the Court Leet exemplified. 8vo. Lond. 1809. Nicolson's (Bp. Wm.) Leges Marchiarum; or, Border Laws; containing several original Articles and Treatises for the better preservation of Peace upon the Marches, from the reign of Henry III. to the Union of the Crowns in King James I. 8vo. London, 1705.
Johnson's (J.) View of the Jurisprudence of the Isle of Man; with the History of its Ancient Constitution, Legislative Government, Extraordinary Privileges, &c. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1811.
Ralegh (Sir W.), of Tenures which were before the Conquest. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Blount's (Thomas) Fragmenta Antiquitatis; or, Ancient Tenures of Land and Jocular Customs of Manors; with Additions by J. Beckwith. 4to. Lond. 1815.
Dalrymyle's (Sir John) History of Feudal Property in Great Britain. 12mo. Lond. 1759.
Cruise's (W.) Digest of the Laws of England respecting Real Property. 6 vols. royal 8vo. London, 1824.
Sugden (Sir E.) on the Law of Vendors and Purchasers of Estates. Royal 8vo. London, 1826.
Coote (R. H.) on the Law of Mortgage; with an App. of Precedents. Royal 8vo. London, 1827.
Scriven (J.) on Copyholds, Customary Freeholds, Ancient Demesne, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823.
Justiciary, Parochial, and Criminal Law.
Burn's (Richard) Justice of the Peace and Parish-Officer, by Sir G. Chetwynd. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1825.
of the Laws for the Relief and Settlement of the London, 1825.
Nolan's (Mich.) Treatise
Cary's (H.) Law of Jury and Jurors, as amended by 6 Geo. IV. 12mo. London, 1826.
Smith's (J. G.) Principles of Forensic Medicine applied to British Practice. 8vo. Lond. 1824.
Ecclesiastical and Miscellaneous Law.
Gibson's (Edmund) Codex Juris Ecclesiastici Anglicani: or, the Statutes, Constitutions, Canons, Rubricks, and Articles of the Church of England: with a Commentary historical and juridical, and an Introduction on the present state of the Power, Discipline, and Laws of the Church of England. 2 vols. folio. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1761.
Burn's (Richard) Ecclesiastical Law; with Additions by R. Philip Tyrwhitt. 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824.
Bearblock (James) on Tythes; with an Estimate of Titheable Articles, and the Modes of compounding for them. 8vo. Lond. 1818. Selden's (John) History of Tythes, and Tracts relative to it. (Works, Vol. III.)
Selden (J.), of the Original of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Testaments. (Works, Vol. III.)
Liber Niger Scacarii, è codice Ri. Gravesii nunc primum edidit Tho. Hearnius. 2 vols. 8vo. Oxonii, 1728.
Madox's (Tho.) History and Antiquities of the Exchequer of the Kings
of England, from the Norman Conquest to the end of the reign of Edward II., taken from the Records. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1769. Bacon's (Lord) Judicial Tracts and Charges. (Works, Vols. VI. and VII.); Law Tracts. (Works, Vol. XIII.)
Bell's (G. J.) Principles of the Law of Scotland. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1830.
Bell's (G. J.) Dictionary of the Law of Scotland; to which is annexed, Skene de Verborum Significatione. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1826. Dalrymple's (Sir D.) Examination of some of the Arguments for the high Antiquity of Regiam Majestatem, and an Inquiry into the Authenticity of Leges Malcolmi. (Hailes's Scottish Tracts.)
Regiam Majestatem; the Auld Lawes and Constitutions of Scotland, fra the Dayes of Malcolm II. untill the Time of James I., translated out Latine into Scottish Language by Sir John Skene. Folio. Edinburgh, 1609.
Coras (Jean de), Arrest Mémorable du Parlement de Toulouse, prononcé Sep. 12, 1560; contenant une Histoire prodigieuse d'un supposé Mary [Martin Guerre] advenue de nostre temps enrichie de CXI. belles et doctes Annotations. Small 8vo. Paris, Du Pre, 1572. Jones (Sir W.), the Mahommedan Law of Succession to Property of Intestates;-Al Sira'jiyyah; or, the Mahommedan Law of Înheritance. (Works, Vol. III.)
Jones' (Sir W.) Institutes of Hindu Law; or, the Ordinances of Menu, according to the Gloss of Calluca. (Works, Vol. III.)
Jones' (Sir W.) Extracts from the Vedas.
(Works, Vol. VI.)
Ta Tsing Leu Lee; being the Fundamental Laws, and a Selection from the Statutes, of the Penal Code of China; translated from the Chinese, with illustrative Appendix, Notes, &c. by Sir Geo. Staunton. 4to. London, 1810.
Introductory Treatises, &c.
Bacon's (Lord) Advancement of Learning. (Works, Vol. II.)
Bacon (Ld.) Novum Organum. (Works, Vols. IX. and XIV.)
Borde (Andrew), the Boke of the Introduction of Knowledge. [Reprint edited by W. Upcott, Esq.] Black letter, 4to. Lond. 1814. Bartholomei (Fratris) [de Glanvilla] Anglici Tractatus de Proprietatibus Rerum. Folio, black letter. Impressus sub die vero Decembri X. anno M.CCCC.LXXXII.
Encyclopædia Britannica; or, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; enlarged and improved. Sixth Edition, with Supplement, containing Preliminary Dissertations on the History of the Sciences, and Additions to former Editions. Edited by Macvey Napier. 28 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1823, 4.
SECT. I. INTELLECTUAL PHILOSOPHY.
History of Philosophy and Philosophers.
Enfield's (William) History of Philosophy, from the earliest times to the beginning of the present Century; drawn up from the Historia Critica Philosophiæ of Brucker. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819.
Buhle (J. C.), Histoire de la Philosophie Moderne depuis la Renaissance
des Lettres jusqu'à Kant; précédée d'une Abrégé de la Philosophie depuis Thales jusqu'au XIV Siècle. Trad. de l'Allemand par Jourdan. 7 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1816–17.
Diogenis Laertii de Vitis, Dogmatibus, et Apothegmatibus clarorum Philosophorum. (Classics.)
Gillies' (John) Critical History of the Life of Aristotle; New Analysis of his Speculative Works, and an Account of the Interpreters and Corrupters of his Philosophy, in connexion with the History of the Times in which they respectively flourished. (Aristotle's Ethics, and Politics.) Gray (Thos.), some Account of the Dialogues and Epistles of Plato. (Works, by Mathias, Vol. II.)
Spens (H.) on the Philosophy of the Ancients. (Plato.)
Ameer Khoawend Shah's Account of Philosophers, Persian and English. (Gladwin's Persian Moonshee.)
Abercrombie's (John) Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation of Truth. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1831.
Aristotelis Organon et Metaphysica. (Opera.)
Baxter's (Andrew) Inquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul, wherein
its Immateriality is evinced from the Principles of Reason and Philosophy; with Appendix. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1745-50.
Beattie (James), an Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth, in
Brown's (Sir Thos.) Pseudodoxia Epidemica; or, Inquiries into very many.
[Buck's (Ch.)] Philosophy of Human Nature; or, the Influence of Scenery on the Mind and Heart. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813. Buffon, Histoire Naturelle de l'Homme. (Hist. Nat.) Burke's (Edmund) Vindication of Natural Society. (Works, Vol. I.) [Burton (Robert)], the Anatomy of Melancholy. Folio, front. Lond. 1652.
Ciceronis Academicarum Quæstiones ;-de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum; -Tusculanorum Quæstiones;-Natura Deorum; -de Fato. (Opera.) Confucius Sinarum Philosophus; sive, Scientia Sinensis Latinè exposita.
Cudworthi (Rudolphi) Systema Intellectuale. J. L. Mosheimius omnia ex Anglico vertit, recensuit, variisque Observat. et Dissertat. illustravit et auxit. Folio. Jena, 1733.
Cudworthi (R.) de Æternâ et Immutabili Rei Moralis; Latinè vertit et
(Works, Vol. II.)
Hume (D.) on the Human Understanding, the Passions, and Natural History of Religion. (Essays, Vol. II.)
Hamilton's (Eliz.) Series of Popular Essays, illustrative of Principles connected with the Improvement of the Understanding, the Imagination, and the Heart. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1813.
Kaimes's (Henry Home, Lord) Sketches of the History of Man. 4 vols.
8vo. Edinb. 1788.
Locke's (J.) Essay concerning the Human Understanding, with Defences; and on the Conduct of the Understanding. (Works, Vols. I. to III.)
Lucretius de Rerum Naturâ. (Classics.)
Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes. (Classics.)
Monboddo's (James Burnett, Lord) Antient Metaphysics; or, the Science of Universals [containing the History and Philosophy of Men], and an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy. 6 vols. in 3. 4to. Edinb. 1779-99.
Plato de Rebus Divinis, et Phædo. (Opera.)
Ralegh's (Sir W.) Treatise on the Soul, and the Sceptic. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Reynolds' (Bp. E.) Treatise on the Passions and Faculties of the Soul. (Works, Vol. VI.)
Reid's (Thomas) Essays on the Powers of the Human Mind. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1808.
Seneca de Consolatione, de Providentiâ, de Tranquillitate Animi, de Sapientis Constantiâ, de Otio Sapientis, de Brevitate Vitæ, de Beneficiis, de Vitâ beatâ. (Opera.)
Stewart's (Dugald) Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1792.
Stewart's (D.) Philosophical Essays. 4to. Edinburgh, 1810.
Zimmermann (M.) on Solitude, considered with respect to its Influence on the Mind and Heart, from the French of J. B. Mercier. Royal 8vo. large paper. London, 1792.
Occult Philosophy, Physiognomy, &c.
Agrippa's (Hen. Corn.) Three Books of Occult Philosophy, translated out of Latin by J. F. 4to. London, 1651.
Antonini (Marci) Imperatoris ad Seipsum Lib. XII. (Classics.)
Cardanus Comforte, translated into Englishe [by — Bedingfielde], and published by commaundement of the Earl of Oxenford. Black letter, 4to. London, by Tho. Marshe, 1573.
Censorinus de Die Natali. (Classics.)
Cicero de Divinatione; Scipionis Somnium. (Opera.)
Glanvil's (Joseph) Sadducismus Triumphans; or, a full and plain Evidence concerning Witches and Apparitions; with Dr. H. More's Letter to the Author on this subject. 8vo. London, 1726.
Julius Obsequens de Prodigiis. (Valerius Max., Classics.) Lilly's (Mr. William) History of his Life and Times, written by himself to his friend Elias Ashmole; containing an Account of Dr. Forman, Dr. Napier, Dr. Booker, Dr. Dee, Kelly, and all other Astrologers and Conjurers his contemporaries, &c. Small 8vo. London, 1715. Lilly's (W.) Enigmatical Types of the Future State of England; Grebner his Prophecy, and other English, Latin, Saxon, Welch, and Scotish Prophecies. (Monarchy and No Monarchy.)