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Committee of the Association of American Law Schools, Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, vol. 2 
Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, by various authors, compiled and edited by a committee of the Association of American Law Schools, in three volumes (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1908). Vol. 2.
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A massive three volume collection of essays by leading American and English legal experts which surveys the entire body of Anglo-American law. Volume 2 covers particular topics such as the sources of English law, the court system, procedure and equity.
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- A Table of British Regnal Years
- Select Essays In Anglo - American Legal History: Volume Ii History of Particular Topics
- Part I.: Sources
- 22.: Heinrich Brunner, the Sources of English Law 1
- 23.: Frederick William Maitland, Materials For the History of English Law 1
- 24.: William Searle Holdsworth, the Year Books 1
- 25.: Van Vechten Veeder, the English Reports, 1537-1865 1
- Appendix A: Edward Jenks, List of Principal Sources of Mediaeval European Law 1
- Supplementary List of References 1
- Appendix B: Paul Samuel Reinsch, a Short Bibliography of American Colonial Law 1
- 26.: The Commissioners, an Historical Survey of Ancient English Statutes 1
- Part II.: The Courts, Their Organization and Jurisdiction
- 27.: Frederick Andrew Inderwick, the Common Law Courts As Established Under Edward I 1
- 28.: George Spence, the History of the Court of Chancery 1
- 29.: William Searle Holdsworth, the Ecclesiastical Courts and Their Jurisdiction 1
- 30.: Thomas Lambert Mears, the History of the Admiralty Jurisdiction 1
- Part III.: Procedure
- 31.: James Bradley Thayer, the Older Modes of Trial 1
- 32.: Sir Frederick Pollock, the King’s Peace In the Middle Ages 1
- 33.: Hubert Hall, the Methods of the Royal Courts of Justice In the Fifteenth Century 1
- 34.: Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Criminal Procedure From the Thirteenth to the Eighteenth Century 1
- 35.: Edward Jenks, the Story of the Habeas Corpus 1
- 36.: Frederick William Maitland, the History of the Register of Original Writs 1
- 37.: Luke Owen Price, an Action At Law In the Reign of Edward III. 1
- 38.: William Searle Holdsworth, the Development of Written and Oral Pleading 1
- 39.: Charles Mcguffey Hepburn, the Historical Development of Code Pleading In America and England 1
- 40.: John Henry Wigmore, a General Survey of the History of the Rules of Evidence 1
- Part IV.: Equity
- 41.: Oliver Wendell Homes, Early English Equity 1
- 42.: Luke Owen Price, Common Law and Conscience In the Ancient Court of Chancery 1
- 43.: James Barr Ames, the Origin of Uses and Trusts 1
- 44.: Christopher Columbus Langdell, the Development of Equity Pleading From Canon Law Procedure 1
- 45.: Solon Dyke Wilson, Courts of Chancery In the American Colonies 1
- 46.: Sidney George Fisher, the Administration of Equity Through Common Law Forms In Pennsylvania. 1