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Andrew Horne
1646 The Booke Called The Mirrour of Justices by Andrew Horne Legal Criticism
London: Grays Inne Esquire, 1646. Click here to see our other books! The Booke Called, The Mirrour of Justices: Made By Andrew Horne. With the Book, called, The Diversity of Courts and Their Jurisdictions. Both translated out of the old French into the English Tongue. Andrew Horne 1646 Grays Inne Esquire : London 5.5" by 3" (28), 325, 7pp SUMMARY A first English language edition, translated from the French work of medieval lawyer, Andrew Horn. Leather Binding,Rebound Overall Condition: Very Good This book weighs 0.5 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 15.99 EU Postage: £ 13.99 European Postage: £ 14.99 Asia Postage: £ 18.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 19.99 DESCRIPTION First thus, first English version. A handsome example of this early volume of legal writing. Mirrour of Justice is seen as a vigorous criticism of law administration, including Anglo Saxon laws and canon law. Andrew Horn was a London lawyer and legal scholar, serving as Chamberlain of London City from 1320-1328. He was in charge of the civic archives in the rein of Edward II. Collated: Lacking final page of index. CONDITION In a quarter morocco binding. Externally, very smart. Tear to one front free-end paper with signatures of previous owners. Handwritten note explaining the history of the volume inside front board. Worming to top of some pages. Internally, firmly bound with heavy age toning throughout. Bound without final page of index. Overall Condition: Very Good GLOSSARY OF TERMS Overall Condition (Dustwrapper condition rating is shown after that for the book itself, where a dustwrapper is present) … [Click Below for Full Description]
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