The Rise and Progress of The Laws of England and Wales
Title continues: "with an Account of the Origin, History, and Customs, Warlike, Domestic and Legal, of the Several Nations, Britons, Saxons, Danes and Normans, who now compose the British Nation." Flintoff's work is a history of the rise and evolution of English law. He discusses the origin of the common law, the origin and customs of the various peoples of Britain, the principle of tenure, and the rise of statute law.
Publisher: John Richards and Co
Date Published: 1840
Place Published: London
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: v, , 238,  p. 23 cm. Respined with original spine laid on. Repaired corners and edges. Spine label chipped and darkened. Pages 105 onwards uncut. Rear hinge repaired internally.