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Acknowledgments and Dedicatory - Sir Edward Coke, Selected Writings of Sir Edward Coke, vol. I 
The Selected Writings and Speeches of Sir Edward Coke, ed. Steve Sheppard (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2003). Vol. 1.
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Acknowledgments and Dedicatory
This project could not have been completed without the support of Liberty Fund, its officers and staff. Second only to their efforts were those of John Baker, whose care has saved, in many ways, this project from an inglorious end. I am profoundly grateful for the counsel and guidance in thedevelopment of this project over its many years given by Richard and Morris Arnold, Barbara Black, Marius Bolten, David Bovenizer, Alan Boyer, Dan Coquillette, Garett Fagan, Laura Goetz, Michael Hoeflich, Dan Kirklin, Christian Kopff, Dan Levine, Sam Mortlock, William Nelson, Emilio Pacheco, Mark Anthony Reynolds, and especially James Stoner. Hospitality and assistance in the research were provided by Whitney Bagnall and Kent McKeever at Columbia, David Warrington and his staff at Harvard, Mark Nicholls at Cambridge, Sharon Bradley at Thomas Cooley, and Glen-Peter Ahlers and David Gay at the University of Arkansas. The staff of the Earl of Leicester, particularly Mike Daly and Sam Mortlock, have been terribly gracious and helpful. I am indebted to the good offices of Mr. Mortlock, and of Marjorie and Brian Gill in photographing and confirming the engraving of certain lines in Sir Edward’s epitaph in Tittleshall, which made possible the duplication of its inscriptions in these volumes. Danny Abbott, Jenny Adelman, Ingrid Arinez, K. Dement, Jay Atwood, Sylviane Donnadieu, Jessica Gunter, Richard Highsmith, Johnathan Horton, Charlene Kim, Orse Kore, Jackie Long, Al Sleicher, Louisa Vassileva, Shanna Wells, and Brett Worlow provided valuable and tenacious assistance in manuscript production.
This edition is dedicated to my teachers, the first and most influential of whom were my parents, William and Martha, all of whose care and dedication made this edition possible.
The University of Arkansas 2003