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Henry Elliot Malden, Magna Carta Commemoration Essays 
Magna Carta Commemoration Essays, edited by Henry Elliot Malden, M.A. with a Preface by the Rt. Hon. Viscount Bryce, O.M., Etc. For the Royal Historical Society, 1917.
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- Magna Carta Celebration, 1915. General Committee. Nominated In 1914.
- Introduction By H. E. Malden, M.A.
- Professor Wm. S. Mckechnie, Magna Carta (1215–1915). an Address Delivered On Its Seventh Centenary, to the Royal Historical Society and the Magna Carta Celebration Committee.
- Professor G. B. Adams, Innocent Iii and the Great Charter.
- J. H. Round, “barons” and “knights” In the Great Charter.
- Sir P. Vinogradoff, Magna Carta, C. 39. Nullus Liber Homo, Etc.
- Charles Howard Mcilwain, Magna Carta and Common Law.
- H. D. Hazeltine, the Influence of Magna Carta On American Constitutional Development.
- Prof. Rafael Altamira, Magna Carta and Spanish MediÆval Jurisprudence.
- Hilary Jenkinson, Financial Records of the Reign of King John.