1 edition of English government at work, 1327-1336. found in the catalog.
English government at work, 1327-1336.
by Mediaeval Academy of America
Written in English
|Statement||edited by William A. Morris and Joseph R. Strayer.|
|Contributions||Morris, William Alfred., Strayer, Joseph R. 1904-|
The English Government at Work, – Volume III, Local Administration and Justice. Edited by James F. Willard, Sometime Professor of History at Mount Holyoke College. [Cambridge Studies in English Legal History.] (New York: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xviii, $) The Popular Book: A History of America's. In order to do this it became responsible for running the whole of society and became “a government of inherent authority” (English Law in the Age of the Black Death, – A Transformation of Governance and Law [Chapel Hill, ], 5–6). Palmer, like Doe, makes the distinction that the medieval Chancery was a court of conscience Cited by:
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