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  1. The Laws Concerning the Poor.

    The Laws Concerning the Poor. 1705

    £1,100

    First edition of this anonymous treatise advocating statutory reform. “It has been a just complaint, that our statutes concerning the poor lie very confused […]; some acts are probationers and temporary, and are expired; others are perpetual; but which are of one sort, and which …Read more

  2. [French translation of Killing No Murder:] Traicté politique,
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    [French translation of Killing No Murder:] Traicté politique, 1658 [but Paris: 1792]

    £1,500

    First edition in French of this apology of tyrannicide, originally directed against Oliver Cromwell and here used to justify in advance the execution of Louis XVI. The text was first published as a pamphlet in 1657 under the title Killing No Murder. From the library …Read more

  3. A Dictionary of Crimes and Offences According to the Law of Scotland.
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    A Dictionary of Crimes and Offences According to the Law of Scotland. 1895

    £150

    First edition, uncommon: Copac traces four copies only (BL, NLS, Oxford and Cambridge); OCLC adds York (Ontario) and Northwestern. There was a third edition in 1936. Angus, from Ellon in Aberdeenshire, was a career police officer. He spent his working life in Renfrewshire, and at …Read more

  4. Instructions for Officers of Excise in the Country.
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    Instructions for Officers of Excise in the Country. 1778

    £850

    A scarce series of publications for excise men and gaugers, all published in 1778, giving guidance and instruction on all matters involving the inspection of premises, calculation of duty payable, and how to maintain records. The production and distribution of these books of instruction appear …Read more

  5. Rapport sur le droit de marque des cuirs. Par un conseiller d’état.
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    Rapport sur le droit de marque des cuirs. Par un conseiller d’état. 1804

    £1,500

    First and only edition. A very rare book, printed in only a few copies for private distribution, as stated in the preface. Written originally in 1788 in opposition to regressive internal tax policy, specifically the tax on hides and leathers, it remained unpublished until this …Read more

  6. [Drop-head title:] Discours adressé (le 9 Mars 1873 [sic]) à une societé d’avocats au parlement de Toulouse, sur son projet d’une conférence de charité.
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    [Drop-head title:] Discours adressé (le 9 Mars 1873 [sic]) à une societé d’avocats au parlement de Toulouse, sur son projet d’une conférence de charité. 1783

    £375

    First and apparently only edition of this speech promoting the establishment in Toulouse of an order of lawyers offering free legal representation to the poor, a “league of generous defenders of the oppressed and destitute”. When Maître Gez (c.1700–1792) gave this speech to his peers …Read more

  7. Rechtliche Wirthschaftssätze und Cautelen bey Contracten, Kaufen, Verkaufen, Verpachten und Verwalten öffentlicher oder Privatgüter, so weit sich ein Wirth und Cammeralist davon Kenntniss erwerben muss.
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    Rechtliche Wirthschaftssätze und Cautelen bey Contracten, Kaufen, Verkaufen, Verpachten und Verwalten öffentlicher oder Privatgüter, so weit sich ein Wirth und Cammeralist davon Kenntniss erwerben muss. 1772

    £500

    Scarce first edition of a legal guide for estate and land managers, written by the son of the German jurist Georg Zincke, with an introductory biography of his father at the beginning of the work. In a series of 305 paragraphs, the author explains all …Read more

  8. Bryan and Darrow at Dayton.

    Bryan and Darrow at Dayton. 1925

    £275

    First edition, first printing, of this account of the sensational Scopes Trial, or the Bible-Evolution Trial, in which high school teacher John T. Scope was prosecuted for his evolutionary views. Three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan represented the prosecution while the defence was represented by …Read more

  9. On British Freedom.

    On British Freedom. 1923

    £400

    First edition, first impression, Quentin Bell’s copy, in the scarce jacket. This copy has the ink ownership inscription to the front free endpaper of Quentin Bell (1910-1996), son of Clive and Vanessa Bell, and the nephew of Virginia Woolf. He became a writer and art …Read more

  10. The Spirit of Laws.

    The Spirit of Laws. 1750

    £12,500

    First English edition. One of the central texts in the history of 18th-century thought, L’Esprit des Loix was a huge influence both on English law, especially as mediated by William Blackstone, and on those who framed the American Constitution. Blackstone’s Commentaries, Hamilton’s Federalist Papers and …Read more

  11. The Bench and Bar of New-York [sic].

    The Bench and Bar of New-York [sic]. 1870

    £385

    First edition, handsomely bound. Lucien Brock Proctor (1823-1900) “gained a more enduring reputation [than practice at the bar] in his writings on legal history and on New York state biography… The Bench and the Bar of New York was made up of biographical sketches dedicated …Read more

  12. Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England. 1768-9

    £4,500

    First editions of vols. III and IV, third edition of the first volume, and second edition of the second; with the ownership inscription of Cornish landowner and tory politician Henry Hawkins Tremayne (1741-1829) to the title page of the third volume. The Tremaynes were a …Read more

  13. Opere diverse del Marchese Cesare Beccaria Bonesana, Patrizio Milanese.

    Opere diverse del Marchese Cesare Beccaria Bonesana, Patrizio Milanese. 1770–1

    £1,500

    First edition of the collected works of the father of modern penology, including his celebrated Dei delitti e delle pene, which was first published in 1764. From the library of archivist and civil servant Henry Hobhouse (1176–1854), with his armorial bookplate to the front free …Read more

  14. The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895.

    The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895. 1896

    £600

    First edition of this landmark in British legislation for the rights of women, protecting married women against physical abuse and neglect, and allowing custody of children to deserted wives. Consolidating the 1878 Matrimonial Causes Act and the 1886 Married Women (Maintenance in the Case of …Read more

  15. De l’Esprit des loix.

    De l’Esprit des loix. 1750

    £1,250

    First Edinburgh edition of “one of the most remarkable works of the eighteenth century” (PMM) – Montesquieu’s classification of political structures and his comparative and historical political sociology. This edition is particularly appealing as David Hume was closely involved with seeing it through the press. …Read more

  16. Traité des délits et des peines. [Bound with:] Commentaire sur le livre des délits et des peines.

    Traité des délits et des peines. [Bound with:] Commentaire sur le livre des délits et des peines. 1773

    £550

    First edition of Chaillou de Lisy’s translation, endorsed by Beccaria. Undoubtedly the most influential work on criminal justice in the 18th century, Beccaria’s treatise was originally published in Italian in 1764, first published in French in 1766 and in English in 1767. Cesare Beccaria, Marchese …Read more

  17. A Handbook on Hanging.

    A Handbook on Hanging. 1929

    £125

    First US edition, a year after the first UK edition. Nice copy of Duff’s timeless satire on the death penalty, described by Dylan Thomas as a minor classic, both the Daily Herald and T.P.’s Weekly invoking comparisons with Defoe in reviews reprinted on the jacket, …Read more

  18. Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England. 1767-69

    £3,250

    First editions of vols. III and IV, third edition of vol. I, second of vol. II. An attractive set of Blackstone’s works. “Blackstone’s great work on the laws of England is the extreme example of justification of an existing state of affairs by virtue of …Read more

  19. Magna Carta.

    Magna Carta. 1733

    £22,500

    First impression, printed on vellum, of this meticulously engraved facsimile of the Magna Carta, “a sacred text, the nearest approach to an irrepealable “fundamental statute” that England has ever had” (Pollock and Maitland, History of English Law, I, p.173). The work of the John Pine …Read more

  20. A New Law Dictionary.

    A New Law Dictionary. 1772

    £750

    Revised edition of Jacob’s “most enduring and successful work” (ODNB), possibly prompted by competition from the rival dictionary of Timothy Cunningham, published 1764-5. First printed in 1729, A New Law Dictionary took Jacob nine years to write, and broke new ground in combining an abridgement …Read more

  21. The Case of Shipmony [sic] briefly discoursed,

    The Case of Shipmony [sic] briefly discoursed, 1640

    £750

    First edition(?) with the spelling “Policy” in the title; STC notes two other editions of the same year with the spelling “Policie”. The Case of Shipmony “occupies a special place in the history of English political thought: The Case of Shipmony may be the first …Read more

  22. Essays on Government, Jurisprudence, Liberty of the Press, and Law of Nations. Written for the Supplement to the Encyclopædia Britannica and printed by permission of the proprietors of the Encyclopædia …  Not for sale.

    Essays on Government, Jurisprudence, Liberty of the Press, and Law of Nations. Written for the Supplement to the Encyclopædia Britannica and printed by permission of the proprietors of the Encyclopædia … Not for sale. 1825

    £1,250

    First collected edition, printed hors commerce in an edition of only 50 copies (NCBEL III, col. 1549). Macvey Napier’s invitation to contribute to his Supplement to the sixth edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica (1816–24) provided Mill with an excellent opportunity for propagating Utilitarianism. For all …Read more

  23. The Spirit of Laws.

    The Spirit of Laws. 1751

    £2,250

    First Irish edition, first published in French in 1748, the first English edition published in London in 1750. One of the central texts in the history of 18th-century thought, L’Esprit des Loix was a huge influence both on English law, especially as mediated by William …Read more

  24. Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England. 1766-69 & 1771

    £2,500

    An attractive set of mixed editions of the Commentaries: first edition of volumes III and IV, second edition of volume I, third edition of volume II; with the third edition of the Tracts. “Blackstone’s great work on the laws of England is the extreme example …Read more

  25. Reminiscences of an Indian Police Official.

    Reminiscences of an Indian Police Official. 1894

    £175

    First edition. Uncommon. “From 1857 to 1885, Crawford served in the India Police of the Bombay Presidency and in Central India. In this work he has provided a loose collection of case studies for crimes ranging from fraud to murder for which he was investigating …Read more

  26. De l’organisation judiciaire et de la codification, extraits de divers ouvrages de Jérémie Bentham, par Ét. Dumont.

    De l’organisation judiciaire et de la codification, extraits de divers ouvrages de Jérémie Bentham, par Ét. Dumont. 1828

    £250

    First edition, edited from Bentham’s manuscripts by Étienne Dumont, including a translation of his Codification Proposal of 1822. Read more

  27. The American Commonwealth.

    The American Commonwealth. 1888

    £950

    First edition. James Bryce, Viscount Bryce (1838–1922), jurist, historian, and politician. A classic work on the United States that discusses the political structure of American society, its legal system, and its people with an analysis that is both broad and in-depth. Read more

  28. Advance to Barbarism.

    Advance to Barbarism. 1953

    £175

    Second, expanded edition, first published in 1948, of this indictment of the Nuremberg trials. Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the half-title: “To R. T. Paget, Q.C., with the acknowledgements of the author for inspiration and encouragement. F. J. P. Veale. Nov. 4. 1953”. …Read more

  29. Occasional Papers Dramatic and Historical.

    Occasional Papers Dramatic and Historical. 1906

    £95

    First edition, second impression, same month as the first; this copy inscribed “with my good wishes H.B. Irving, 1919” on the half-title. The son of the great actor-manager, Harry Brodribb was intended for the Law, but after graduating from New College, Oxford and being called …Read more

  30. Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England. 1765

    £9,750

    First edition of the most influential law book ever published. “Blackstone’s great work on the laws of England is the extreme example of justification of an existing state of affairs by virtue of its history … Until the Commentaries, the ordinary Englishman had viewed the …Read more

  31. Research Studies of Crime as related to Heredity.

    Research Studies of Crime as related to Heredity. 1925

    £100

    First edition. Collection of papers emphasizing the eugenic aspects of crime: Harry Olson’s presidential address, “Crime and Heredity,” to the 1923 Annual Meeting of the Eugenic Research Association, 1923 – Olson was Chief Justice of the Municipal Court; the 1925 presidential address, “Crime from …Read more

  32. The Price of Prohibition.

    The Price of Prohibition. 1932

    £75

    First edition, first printing. An excellent copy in the eye-catching dust jacket. Read more

  33. Tractatus de assecurationibus & sponsionibus mercatorum

    Tractatus de assecurationibus & sponsionibus mercatorum 1552

    £37,500

    First edition of the first printed book on insurance. The work was frequently reprinted in the 16th century with Stracca’s De Mercatura and further separate editions appeared well into the 17th, but the first edition is extremely rare, RLIN locating the Harvard copy only, to …Read more

  34. A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Majesties happie raigne.

    A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Majesties happie raigne. 1612

    £4,250

    First edition; rare in commerce. As part of the regime consolidating English rule following the defeat of Tyrone’s rebel forces, Sir John Davies’s career in Ireland spanned 16 years’ service, first as Solicitor-General, 1603–6, then as Attorney-General, 1606–19. More than any other English administrator, Davies …Read more

  35. A Contribution towards a Bibliography dealing with Crime:

    A Contribution towards a Bibliography dealing with Crime: 1914

    £75

    First and only edition, designated “Not for Sale” on the title page. Cumming had a lengthy career in the ICS, becoming Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Bengal in 1890, Settlement Officer, 1894, Joint Collector and Deputy Magistrate, 1896-1900, in 1900 becoming Collector. From 1909-11 he was …Read more

  36. The lawes and actes of Parliament,

    The lawes and actes of Parliament, 1597

    £1,750

    First edition. John Skene (c. 1540–1617) had been appointed to a commission in 1592 to review and print acts of parliament and other laws, which resulted in the present work, containing post-1424 statutes. Appended to it is De verborum significatione, with separate title page also …Read more

  37. Imprisonment.

    Imprisonment. 1925

    £65

    First separate edition, revised with a foreword written specially for this edition. Read more

  38. The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer.

    The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer. 1793

    £500

    A handsomely bound copy of the seventeenth edition. Richard Burn was a JP and clergyman who edited the ninth, tenth and eleventh editions of Blackstone’s Commentaries. His Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer (first published 1755) is his classic work. “It deserved its success. …Read more

  39. Manuel de Police Scientifique (Technique).

    Manuel de Police Scientifique (Technique). 1911

    £750

    First and only edition. The first, and the only published, volume of a projected, comprehensive, four-volume manual of scientific police practice by one of its unsung pioneers. The other volumes were to have covered forgery; the identification of repeat offenders; and the organization of …Read more

  40. Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology.

    Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology. 1898

    £150

    First edition. Having graduated from the University of Michigan and studied for three years at Göttingen, Berlin and Munich, in 1862 Evans was appointed Professor of Modern Languages at his alma mater. He resigned in 1870 to become a private scholar and freelance journalist ; …Read more

  41. The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals.

    The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals. 1906

    £400

    First edition, first impression. Having graduated from the University of Michigan and studied for three years at Göttingen, Berlin and Munich, in 1862 Evans was appointed Professor of Modern Languages at his alma mater. He resigned in 1870 to become a private scholar and freelance …Read more

  42. Life and death in Sing Sing.

    Life and death in Sing Sing. 1928

    £45

    First edition. Lawes was a prison warden and an outspoken advocate of prison reform. He began his career as a warden at Dannemora in 1905, subsequently working at first Auburn Prison and Elmira Reformatory, becoming Superintendent of the City Reformatory on Hart Island in New …Read more

  43. Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing.

    Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing. 1932

    £75

    First edition. This copy inscribed to “Mr. Alexander Lees with best wishes” by Lawes in 1937. Lawes was a prison warden and an outspoken advocate of prison reform. He began his career as a warden at Dannemora in 1905, subsequently working at first Auburn Prison …Read more

  44. Haud Immemor.

    Haud Immemor. 1901

    £75

    First Edition, First Impression. With the author’s signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper and a letter from the author, loosely inserted, to The Marchioness of Breadalbane. Read more

  45. The Case of the Dutch Ships, Considered.

    The Case of the Dutch Ships, Considered. 1758

    £700

    First edition. Published when Marriott had recently graduated in Law and entered the College of Advocates, and at the height of the Seven Years’ War, this pamphlet contends that “… that the Dutch had forfeited claims to neutrality by trading with French colonies and by …Read more

  46. The Transfer of Care.

    The Transfer of Care. 1985

    £45

    First Edition. Author was Assistant Professor of Sociology at Brown, and Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry, at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Read more

  47. Autograph letter signed (“Mr. Shelley.” in the third person) to Christopher John Pike.
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    Autograph letter signed (“Mr. Shelley.” in the third person) to Christopher John Pike. 1813

    £8,500

    A strikingly early Shelley signature. Shelley writes in the third person: “Mr. Shelley requests that Mr. Pike would give the Bearer the copy of the Settlement in his possession. Mr. S. will return it in the course of the week.” Kenneth Neill Cameron provides the …Read more

  1. The Laws Concerning the Poor.
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    (POOR LAWS.) (POOR LAWS.)

    The Laws Concerning the Poor.

    £1,100

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    [French translation of Killing No Murder:] Traicté politique,
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    [SEXBY, Edward; Jacques Carpentier de Marigny;... [SEXBY, Edward; Jacques...

    [French translation of Killing No Murder:] Traicté politique,

    £1,500

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    A Dictionary of Crimes and Offences According to the Law of Scotland.
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    ANGUS, John W. ANGUS, John W.

    A Dictionary of Crimes and Offences According to the Law of Scotland.

    £150

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    Instructions for Officers of Excise in the Country.
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    (EXCISE.) GREAT BRITAIN. COMMISSIONERS OF EXCISE. (EXCISE.) GREAT BRITAIN....

    Instructions for Officers of Excise in the Country.

    £850

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    Rapport sur le droit de marque des cuirs. Par un conseiller d’état.
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    DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Pierre Samuel. DUPONT DE NEMOURS,...

    Rapport sur le droit de marque des cuirs. Par un conseiller d’état.

    £1,500

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    [Drop-head title:] Discours adressé (le 9 Mars 1873 [sic]) à une societé d’avocats au parlement de Toulouse, sur son projet d’une conférence de charité.
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    GEZ, Avocat au Parlement de Toulouse. GEZ, Avocat au...

    [Drop-head title:] Discours adressé (le 9 Mars 1873 [sic]) à une societé d’avocats au parlement de Toulouse, sur son projet d’une conférence de charité.

    £375

  7. New Arrival
    Rechtliche Wirthschaftssätze und Cautelen bey Contracten, Kaufen, Verkaufen, Verpachten und Verwalten öffentlicher oder Privatgüter, so weit sich ein Wirth und Cammeralist davon Kenntniss erwerben muss.
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    ZINCKEN, C. F. W. ZINCKEN, C. F....

    Rechtliche Wirthschaftssätze und Cautelen bey Contracten, Kaufen, Verkaufen, Verpachten und Verwalten öffentlicher oder Privatgüter, so weit sich ein Wirth und Cammeralist davon Kenntniss erwerben muss.

    £500

  8. On British Freedom.
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    BELL, Clive. BELL, Clive.

    On British Freedom.

    £400

  9. The Bench and Bar of New-York [sic].
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    (LAW.) PROCTOR, L. B. (LAW.) PROCTOR, L....

    The Bench and Bar of New-York [sic].

    £385

  10. Commentaries on the Laws of England.
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    BLACKSTONE, Willaim. BLACKSTONE, Willaim.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    £4,500

  11. Opere diverse del Marchese Cesare Beccaria Bonesana, Patrizio Milanese.
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    BECCARIA, Cesare, marchese di. BECCARIA, Cesare, marchese...

    Opere diverse del Marchese Cesare Beccaria Bonesana, Patrizio Milanese.

    £1,500

  12. The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895.
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    LUSHINGTON, S. G., & Guy Lushington. LUSHINGTON, S. G.,...

    The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895.

    £600

  13. Traité des délits et des peines. [Bound with:] Commentaire sur le livre des délits et des peines.
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    [BECCARIA, Cesare, marchese di; François-Marie Arouet... [BECCARIA, Cesare, marchese...

    Traité des délits et des peines. [Bound with:] Commentaire sur le livre des délits et des peines.

    £550

  14. A Handbook on Hanging.
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    DUFF, Charles. DUFF, Charles.

    A Handbook on Hanging.

    £125

  15. Commentaries on the Laws of England.
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    BLACKSTONE, Sir William. BLACKSTONE, Sir William.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    £3,250

  16. A New Law Dictionary.
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    JACOB, Giles. JACOB, Giles.

    A New Law Dictionary.

    £750

  17. The Case of Shipmony [sic] briefly discoursed,
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    [PARKER, Henry.] [PARKER, Henry.]

    The Case of Shipmony [sic] briefly discoursed,

    £750

  18. Essays on Government, Jurisprudence, Liberty of the Press, and Law of Nations. Written for the Supplement to the Encyclopædia Britannica and printed by permission of the proprietors of the Encyclopædia …  Not for sale.
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    MILL, James. MILL, James.

    Essays on Government, Jurisprudence, Liberty of the Press, and Law of Nations. Written for the Supplement to the Encyclopædia Britannica and printed by permission of the proprietors of the Encyclopædia … Not for sale.

    £1,250

  19. Commentaries on the Laws of England.
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    BLACKSTONE, Sir William. BLACKSTONE, Sir William.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    £2,500

  20. Reminiscences of an Indian Police Official.
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    CRAWFORD, Arthur Travers as "T.C. Arthur." CRAWFORD, Arthur Travers...

    Reminiscences of an Indian Police Official.

    £175

  21. De l’organisation judiciaire et de la codification, extraits de divers ouvrages de Jérémie Bentham, par Ét. Dumont.
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    BENTHAM, Jeremy. BENTHAM, Jeremy.

    De l’organisation judiciaire et de la codification, extraits de divers ouvrages de Jérémie Bentham, par Ét. Dumont.

    £250

  22. The American Commonwealth.
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    BRYCE, James. BRYCE, James.

    The American Commonwealth.

    £950

  23. Advance to Barbarism.
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    VEALE, F. J. P. VEALE, F. J....

    Advance to Barbarism.

    £175

  24. Occasional Papers Dramatic and Historical.
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    IRVING, Harry Brodribb. IRVING, Harry Brodribb.

    Occasional Papers Dramatic and Historical.

    £95

  25. Commentaries on the Laws of England.
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    BLACKSTONE, Sir William. BLACKSTONE, Sir William.

    Commentaries on the Laws of England.

    £9,750

  26. Research Studies of Crime as related to Heredity.
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    (EUGENICS & CRIME.) (EUGENICS & CRIME.)

    Research Studies of Crime as related to Heredity.

    £100

  27. The Price of Prohibition.
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    TILLITT, Malvern Hall. TILLITT, Malvern Hall.

    The Price of Prohibition.

    £75

  28. Tractatus de assecurationibus & sponsionibus mercatorum
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    SANTAREM, Pedro de. SANTAREM, Pedro de.

    Tractatus de assecurationibus & sponsionibus mercatorum

    £37,500

  29. A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Majesties happie raigne.
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    [DAVIES, Sir John.] [DAVIES, Sir John.]

    A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Majesties happie raigne.

    £4,250

  30. A Contribution towards a Bibliography dealing with Crime:
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    CUMMING, J. G. CUMMING, J. G.

    A Contribution towards a Bibliography dealing with Crime:

    £75

  31. The lawes and actes of Parliament,
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    (SKENE, Sir John, comp.) (SKENE, Sir John,...

    The lawes and actes of Parliament,

    £1,750

  32. The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer.
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    BURN, Richard & John. BURN, Richard &...

    The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer.

    £500

  33. Manuel de Police Scientifique (Technique).
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    REISS, R[odolphe] A[rchibald]. REISS, R[odolphe] A[rchibald].

    Manuel de Police Scientifique (Technique).

    £750

  34. Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology.
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    EVANS, Edward Payson. EVANS, Edward Payson.

    Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology.

    £150

  35. The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals.
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    EVANS, Edward Payson. EVANS, Edward Payson.

    The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals.

    £400

  36. Life and death in Sing Sing.
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    LAWES, Lewis E. LAWES, Lewis E.

    Life and death in Sing Sing.

    £45

  37. Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing.
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    LAWES, Lewis E. LAWES, Lewis E.

    Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing.

    £75

  38. The Case of the Dutch Ships, Considered.
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    MARRIOTT, Sir James. MARRIOTT, Sir James.

    The Case of the Dutch Ships, Considered.

    £700

  39. The Transfer of Care.
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    BROWN, Phil. BROWN, Phil.

    The Transfer of Care.

    £45

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    Autograph letter signed (“Mr. Shelley.” in the third person) to Christopher John Pike.
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    SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe. SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe.

    Autograph letter signed (“Mr. Shelley.” in the third person) to Christopher John Pike.

    £8,500

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