The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England
Title continues: "Or, A Commentary upon Littleton, Not the Name of the Author only, but of the Law itself. Also three learned Tracts of the same Author: the first, his Reading upon the 27th of Edward the First, Entituled, The Statute of Levying Fines: the second, Of Bail and Mainprize: And the third, his Compleat Copyholder." Eleventh edition, the most important of the later editions of Coke's great commentary upon Littleton, first published in 1628.
Publisher: Printed by Eliz. Nutt and R. Gosling, (Assigns of Edward Sayer Esq;) and are to be sold by B. Lintott, at the Cross-Keys, R. Gosling, at the Mitre and Crown, in Fleetstreet; and T. Ward, in the Inter-Temple-Lane
Edition: The Eleventh Edition, (carefully corrected from the many Errors of the former Impressions) To which is added, The Treatise of the Old Tenures of the Laws of England: With two new Tables; and many References to the Modern Law Cases, never printed before, and distinguished from the old References by this Mark ( )
Date Published: 1719
Place Published: In the Savoy [London]
Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: , 402 leaves,  p. 33 cm. Frontispiece portrait of Coke and portrait of Judge Littleton across from first numbered leaf. Fold-out chart. Bound in half leather with burgundy cloth. New endpapers. Chewed bottom edges from Title to part way into Preface and approx. p. 391 to end. Last page has worn lower edge not affecting text. Ink signature on a front free endpaper. Ink signature, notations, pencilled-in date, and spots to title. Occasional ink marginalia.