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  • [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)

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  • [Info] Cottoni Posthuma: Divers Choice Pieces of that Renowned Antiquary, Sir Robert Cotton, Knight and Baronet (4 volumes in 1; set did not get to all items in volume 1's projected table of contents; Edinburgh: Privately printed, 1884-1888), by Robert Cotton, ed. by Edmund Goldsmid, contrib. by James Howell
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