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Committee of the Association of American Law Schools, Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, vol. 3 
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, 1909). Vol. 3.
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- A Table of British Regnal Years
- Select Essays In Anglo-american Legal History: Volume Iii History of Particular Topics, Continued
- Part V.: Commercial Law
- 47.: Thomas Edwar Scrutton, General Survey of the History of the Law Merchant 1
- 48.: Spencer Brodhurst, the Merchants of the Staple 1
- 49.: Francis Marion Burdick, Contributions of the Law Merchant to the Common Law 1
- 50.: Edward Jenks, the Early History of Negotiable Instruments 1
- 51.: William Cranch, Promissory Notes Before and After Lord Holt 1
- 52.: William Reynolds Vance, the Early History of Insurance Law 1
- 53.: Edward Wyndham Hulme, the Early History of the English Patent System 1
- 54.: Joseph Henry Beale, Jr., the History of the Carrier’s Liability 1
- 55.: Cecil Thomas Carr, Early Forms of Corporateness 1
- 56.: William Mitchell, Early Forms of Partnership 1
- 57.: Samuel Williston, the History of the Law of Business Corporations Before 1800 1
- 58.: Simeon Eben Baldwin, History of the Law of Private Corporations In the Colonies and States 1
- Part VI.: Contracts
- 59.: James Barr Ames, the History of Assumpsit 1
- 60.: James Barr Ames, the History of Parol Contracts Prior to Assumpsit 1
- 61.: John William Salmond, the History of Contract 1
- 62.: Crawford Dawes Hening, History of the Beneficiary’s Action In Assumpsit 1
- 63.: Oliver Weldell Holmes, Jr., the History of Agency 1
- Part VII: Torts
- 64.: James Barr Ames, the History of Trover 1
- 65.: Van Vechten Veeder, the History of the Law of Defamation 1
- 66.: John Henry Wigmore, Responsibility For Tortious Acts: Its History 1
- Part VIII: Property (in General)
- 67.: James Barr Ames, the Disseisin of Chattels 1
- 68.: Frederick William Maitland, the Mystery of Seisin 1
- 69.: Arthur George Sedwick and Frederick Scott Wait, the History of the Action of Ejectment In England and the United States 1
- 70.: Harold Dexter Hazeltine, the Gage of Land In MediÆval England 1
- 71.: Arthur Underhill, Changes In the English Law of Real Property During the Nineteenth Century 1
- Part IX.: Wills, Descent, Marriage
- 72.: Charles Gross, the MediÆval Law of Intestacy 1
- 73.: Oliver Weldell Holmes, Jr., Executors In Earlier English Law 1
- 74.: Robert Caillemer, the Executor In England and On the Continent 1
- 75.: Melville Madison Bigelow, the Rise of the English Will 1
- 76.: James Bryce, Marriage and Divorce Under Roman and English Law 1
- List of Authors Contributing