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KD6850 .F67 1865 [Info] Tabulae Curiales: or, Tables of the Superior Courts of Westminster Hall (London: John Murray, 1865), by Edward Foss (multiple formats at Google)
KD7100 .D46 1949 [Info] Freedom Under the Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #1; London: Stevens and Sons, 1949), by Sir Alfred Denning (PDF in the UK)
KD7100 .Z36 2000 [Info] The State of Justice (Hamlyn Lectures, #51; London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2000), by Michael Zander (PDF in the UK)
KD7100 .Z9 M33 1994 [Info] The Administration of Justice (Hamlyn Lectures, #45; London: Stevens and Sons/Sweet and Maxwell, 1994), by James Peter Hymers Mackay of Clashfern (PDF in the UK)
KD7285 .C43 1970 [Info] The English Judge (Hamlyn Lectures, #22; London: Stevens and Sons, 1970), by Henry Cecil (PDF in the UK)
KD7325 .J3 1987 [Info] The Fabric of English Civil Justice (Hamlyn Lectures, #38; London: Stevens and Sons, 1987), by Jack I. H. Jacob (PDF in the UK)
KD7540 .D49 1956 [Info] Trial by Jury (Hamlyn Lectures, #8; London: Stevens and Sons, 1956), by Patrick Devlin (PDF in the UK)
KD7540 .T68 [Info] Criminal Libel and the Duty of Juries, by Joseph Towers and Francis Maseres (HTML with commentary at constitution.org)
KD7850 .A45 1953 [Info] The Queen's Peace (Hamlyn Lectures, #5; London: Stevens and Sons, 1953), by Carleton Kemp Allen (PDF in the UK)
KD7864.81244 .C45 [Info] The London Eyre of 1244, ed. by Helena M. Chew and Martin Weinbaum (HTML at British History Online)
KD7876 .A75 W66 1963 [Info] Crime and the Criminal Law: Reflections of a Magistrate and Social Scientist (Hamlyn Lectures, #15; London: Stevens and Sons, 1963), by Barbara Wootton (PDF in the UK)
KD7876 .A75 W66 1981 [Info] Crime and the Criminal Law: Reflections of a Magistrate and Social Scientist (Hamlyn Lectures, #15, second edition; London: Stevens and Sons, 1981), by Barbara Wootton (PDF in the UK)
KD7876 .A97 2002 [Info] Human Rights, Serious Crime, and Criminal Procedure (Hamlyn Lectures, #53; London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2002), by Andrew Ashworth (PDF in the UK)
KD7896 .Z9 S65 1989 [Info] Justification and Excuse in the Criminal Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #40; London: Stevens and Sons, 1989), by J. C. Smith (PDF in the UK)
KD8022 .G67 1746 [Info] A Short Review of a Late Pamphlet, Intituled Some Considerations on the Law of Forfeitures for High Treason (London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1746), by Thomas Gordon (multiple formats at archive.org)
KD8220 .W55 1955 [Info] The Proof of Guilt: A Study of the English Criminal Trial (Hamlyn Lectures, #7; London: Stevens and Sons, 1955), by Glanville Llewelyn Williams (PDF in the UK)
KD8289 [Info] The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913 (with commentary and supplementary material) (searchable HTML at oldbaileyonline.org)
KD8371 .S5 1991 [Info] "Beyond Reasonable Doubt" and "Probable Cause": Historical Perspectives on the Anglo-American Law of Evidence (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991), by Barbara J. Shapiro (HTML at UC Press)
KD8406 .M87 2005 [Info] Simple Justice (c2005), by Charles A. Murray, ed. by David Conway, contrib. by Robert Allen, John Cottingham, Christie Davies, J. C. Lester, Tom Sorell, and Vivien Stern (PDF at Civitas)
KD8625 .A2 [Info] The Canons of the Church of England (current edition), by Church of England (PDF files at anglican.org)
KD8874 .W4 [Info] The London Eyre of 1276, ed. by Martin Weinbaum (HTML at British History Online)
KD9090.N84 A542 [Info] London Assize of Nuisance, 1301-1431: A Calendar, ed. by Helena M. Chew and William Kellaway (HTML at British History Online)
KD9430 .E44 [Info] Welsh Tribal Law and Custom in the Middle Ages (1926), by Thomas Peter Ellis
KD9999 .C64 S2 [Info] Scriveners' Company Common Paper 1357-1628, With a Continuation to 1678, by Company of Scriveners (London), ed. by Francis W. Steer (HTML at British History Online)
KDC184 .R68 1922 [Info] Glengarry's Way, and Other Studies (Edinburgh: W. Green and Son, 1922), by William Roughead

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