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Littletons Tenvres in English.

Thomas de Littleton

Littletons Tenvres in English.

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Published by Imprinted by Richard Tottell in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain,
    • Real property -- Great Britain

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD833 .L5713 1593
      The Physical Object
      Pagination142, [2] l.
      Number of Pages142
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6616681M
      LC Control Number19008714

      "On the whole there is no book on the law of greater use and value to a legal historian." But we have the much greater authority of Palgrave (2 English Commonwealth, cxiv) that "we are compelled to reject it as evidence concerning the early jurisprudence of Anglo-Saxon England;" and he calls it "a very curious specimen of the apocrypha of the. Villeinage Definition: A form of slavery under the English feudal land system; the Lord owned a villein outright, as a chattel. Farmers and for the most part, slaves, subject entirely to the lords of their lands, in the ancient English feudal system. Consider this statement . Thomas Littleton, Littleton’s Tenures, § (Eugene Wambaugh ed., ). Lord Coke confirmed this view, stating that under English common law such conditions are “repugnant and against law.” Coke upon Littleton § b (Thomas Coventry ed., );. The Miranda digital asset platform is the new home for the Folger's collections online.

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Written during the reign of Edward IV [], Littleton's Tenures was much admired for its learning and style. It is concerned with the doctrines of old English Common Law regarding the tenures of. The pages have been washed, removing some ink notes from the of multitudinous editions in Law French (from ) and English (from c); some editions are more common than others, this one is in the middle of the range of rarity.

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Its from Sir Thomas Littletons New Tenures, a legal text, printed in. Lyttleton, His Treatise of Tenures, in French and English. a New Edition, Printed from the Most Ancient Copies, and Collated with the Various Readings. Littletons Tenures was a brief treatise on the Laws of England in relation to land first published in Cokes Commentary upon Littleton greatly expanded the original.

It was organized into three columns of text: Littletons original Law French; Cokes English translation; and Cokes commentary.

Cokes additions to the. The first part of the institutes of the laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton [electronic resource] author Edwardo Coke ; revised and corrected with additions of notes, references, and proper tables, by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler ; including also the notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor Nottingham ; and an analysis of Littleton, written by an unknown.

Littletons Tenures was the first text-book on English property law and was the subject of a celebrated commentary by the 17 th-century jurist Edward Coke, in his Institutes of the Lawes of England () a book which, to come full-circle, contains a hugely-influential analysis and interpretation of the Magna Carta as the cornerstone of.

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While working on the exhibition Age of Lawyers (currently on view at the Folger Shakespeare Library), I came upon several interesting copies of Thomas Littletons Tenures, the first textbook written on English land are five different copies of Littletons book printed in London and by Richard Totell.

1 The text in all of them lies in the inner top quadrant of each. what may be expected. Littleton's Tenures was one of the first English books to appear in print and it had appeared only a few years before the date of the last of these readings.

Apparently, it was not until Elizabeth's time that students "had begun to read for the bar rather than listen.

" 5 In.   Littleton's Tenures in English. A Treatise on the Law of Adulterine Bastardy, With a Report of the Banbury Case, and of All Other Cases Bearing Upon the Subject. God's Peace and King's Peace: the Laws of Edward the Confessor.

The Black Book of the Admiralty, With an Appendix. Its colophon called it Tenores Novelli, presumably to distinguish it from The Old Tenures.

35 Littleton said that he wrote it for his son, as un lyver de exposicion de parcell de les teneures de pluis melior apprendre et entendre les teneures. 36 It is much longer than The Old Tenures and divided into three books.

Book I, Littleton. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (21). Volume I. From the Beginnings to the Cycles of Romance. § 1. Retention of French in the Courts. THE PROFOUND effects of the Norman conquest on the vocabulary of the English language have already been considered.

It remains to notice a special cause which had. Learning the Law: Littletons Tenures 9 Sir Edward Coke. The first part of the Institutes of the lawes of England: or, A commentarie upon Littleton. London: Society of Stationers, Gift of William L.

Frost, Yale Law Class of Littletons Tenures was the most im-portant textbook on English proper-ty law until the appearance of Cokes. Page 82 - have meddled with Her Majesty's prerogative, which is not limited by Magna Charta nor found in Littleton's Tenures, nor written in Books of Assize.

Appears in 17 books from Page 40 - O'Neill the Great, cousin of St. Patrick, friend to the Queen of England, enemy to all the world besides. In the first book, Littleton treats of the quantity of interest in estates, under the heads of fee simple, fee tail, tenant in dower, tenant by the curtsey, tenant for life, for years, and at will.

In the second book he treats of the several tenures and services by which lands were then held, such as homage, fealty, villenage, and knight service. Littletons tenures in English: lately perused and amended.

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