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  1. 146001
    NEALE, Edward Vansittart. Feasts and Fasts:

    London : 1845

    First edition, presentation copy, inscribed on the title page, "With the author's affectionate regards". Neale (1810-1892) was a barrister and Christian Socialist, who in this work offers an account of how religious observances have been enshrined in law over time.

    The recipient, John Scott, 2nd Earl of Eldon (1805-1854), was the author's stepson;... Learn More
    £350.00

    Stock Code: 146001

  2. Das System der erworbenen Rechte.
    LASSALLE, Ferdinand. Das System der erworbenen Rechte.

    Leipzig : 1861

    First edition of Lassalle's principal work, which Schumpeter describes as "a brilliant piece of legal sociology that dazzled many a professional jurist" (History of economic analysis, p. 454).

    "It was Lassalle's great contribution to call into being the first political party of German workers, the Allgemeiner Deutscher Arbeitierverein, organized... Learn More
    £1,750.00

    Stock Code: 147044

  3. Two typed letters signed, on the passage of the War Damage Act.
    THATCHER, Margaret. Two typed letters signed, on the passage of the War Damage Act.

    19 February 1965

    Two typed letters signed from Margaret Thatcher to her constituent Mr. A. N. Attwell of Oakleigh Park North, with his own copies of the correspondence, supporting with reservations the War Damage Act, then backtracking and opposing it, legislation which she was evidently conflicted by, clashing with her principles but saving the taxpayer much money.

    The... Learn More
    £800.00

    Stock Code: 146804

  4. Justice and Codification Petitions:
    BENTHAM, Jeremy. Justice and Codification Petitions:

    London : 1829

    First edition, presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the title page, "To John Galletly Esq. Dundee. from Jeremy Bentham, Queen's Square Place, Westminster, 21 Dec 1829". Bentham dedicated the final years of his life to perfecting his theory of codification, with the hope that his petitions for administrative and legal reform would be passed... Learn More
    £4,250.00

    Stock Code: 118356

  5. Photograph portrait, signed and inscribed by Frankfurter to a young female law student, Ellen Nash, the sole woman graduate of her law class and later one of the first women to practice law on Charlottesville Court Square.
    FRANKFURTER, Felix. Photograph portrait, signed and inscribed by Frankfurter to a young female law student, Ellen Nash, the sole woman graduate of her law class and later one of the first women to practice law on Charlottesville Court Square.

    New York : [c.1950]

    A handsome three-quarter length portrait of Frankfurter, seated in judicial robes, facing left, inscribed by him, "For Enie Nash, with every good wish for her successful practice of the public profession of the law, from her devoted friend, Felix Frankfurter", dated 15 January 1950.

    Ellen "Enie" Virginia Nash (1910-1995) was a pioneering female... Learn More
    £975.00

    Stock Code: 123174

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