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KD504 .G7 H67 1887 [Info] Chronicles of an Old Inn: or, A Few Words About Gray's Inn (London: Chapman and Hall, 1887), by Andrée Hope
KD532 .L39 1951 [Info] The Rational Strength of English Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #3; London: Stevens and Sons, 1951), by F. H. Lawson (PDF in the UK)
KD532 .M33 1915 [Info] A Sketch of English Legal History (New York and London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1915), by Frederic William Maitland and F. C. Montague, ed. by James Fairbanks Colby (multiple formats at
KD532 .P64 [Info] The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I (second edition), by Frederick Pollock and Frederic William Maitland
KD548 .S29 [Info] The Electronic Sawyer: An Online Version of the Revised Edition of Sawyer's Anglo-Saxon Charters, Section One (S 1-1602) (Cambridge, UK: British Academy / Royal Historical Society Joint Committee on Anglo-Saxon Charters, 1999), by P. H. Sawyer, ed. by S. E. Kelly, contrib. by S. M. Miller (HTML at
KD600 .H3 [Info] The History of the Common Law of England, by Matthew Hale (text at McMaster)
KD620 .F67 1999 [Info] Biographia Juridica: A Biographical Dictionary of the Judges of England, From the Conquest to the Present Time, 1066-1870 (London: John Murray, 1870), by Edward Foss
KD620 .F674 1864 [Info] The Judges of England: With Sketches of Their Lives, and Miscellaneous Notices Connected With the Courts at Westminster (9 volumes, published 1848-1864), by Edward Foss (multiple formats at
KD626 .F54 1959 [Info] Judge and Jurist in the Reign of Victoria (Hamlyn Lectures, #11; London: Stevens and Sons, 1959), by C. H. S. Fifoot (PDF in the UK)
KD631 .B73 A3 1904 [Info] The Reminiscences of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton), by Henry Hawkins Brampton, ed. by Richard Harris (Gutenberg text)
KD640 .G65 1952 [Info] English Law and the Moral Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #4; London: Stevens and Sons, 1953), by Arthur L. Goodhart (PDF in the UK)
KD654 .A75 M33 1981 [Info] Social History and Law Reform (Hamlyn Lectures, #31; London: Stevens and Sons, 1981), by O. R. McGregor (PDF in the UK)
KD654 .Z9 T364 1965 [Info] New Law for a New World? (Hamlyn Lectures, #17; London: Stevens and Sons, 1965), by Edwin Savory Herbert Tangley (PDF in the UK)
KD660 .A87 1987 [Info] Pragmatism and Theory in English Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #39; London: Stevens and Sons, 1987), by P. S. Atiyah (PDF in the UK)
KD660 .B55 [Info] Blackstone's Commentaries, With Notes of Reference to the Constitution and Laws of the Gederal Government of the United State and of the Commonwealth of Virginia (Philadelphia: Birch and Small, 1803), by William Blackstone, contrib. by St. George Tucker (HTML with commentary at
KD660 .B55 [Info] Commentaries on the Laws of England (Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press, 1765-1769), by William Blackstone (HTML at Yale)
KD662 .Y66 1882 [Info] Talks About the Laws We Live Under: or, At Langley Night School (London: W. Smith, 1882), by Charlotte M. Yonge
KD664 .H35 1983 [Info] Hamlyn Revisited: The British Legal System Today (Hamlyn Lectures, #35; London: Stevens and Sons, 1983), by Quintin Hogg Hailsham of St. Marylebone (PDF in the UK)
KD664 .S33 [Info] English Law: The New Dimension (Hamlyn Lectures, #26; London: Stevens and Sons, 1974), by Leslie Scarman (PDF in the UK)
KD671 .A75 C66 1997 [Info] Turning Points of the Common Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #48; London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1997), by Robin Brunskill Cooke (PDF in the UK)
KD671 .O88 1950 [Info] The Inheritance of the Common Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #2; London: Stevens and Sons, 1950), by Richard O'Sullivan (PDF in the UK)
KD734 .L38 1777 [Info] The Laws Respecting Women, as They Regard Their Natural Rights or Their Connections and Conduct: In Which Their Interests and Duties as Daughters, Wards, Heiresses, Spinsters, Sisters, Wives, Widows, Mothers, Legatees, Executrixes, etc., are Ascertained and Enumerated; Also, the Obligations of Parent and Child, and the Condition of Minors (London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1777) (page images at HathiTrust)
KD734 .N67 [Info] English Laws for Women in the Nineteenth Century, by Caroline Sheridan Norton
KD734 .T96  1908 [Info] The Legal Subjection of Men (London: The New Age Press, 1908), contrib. by Ernest Belfort Bax (HTML at
KD750 .Z9 H35 1996 [Info] From the Test Tube to the Coffin: Choice and Regulation in Private Life (Hamlyn Lectures, #47; London: Stevens and Sons/Sweet and Maxwell, 1996), by Brenda Hale (PDF in the UK)

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