judicial bench in England 1727-1875

the reshaping of a professional elite
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StatementDaniel Duman.
SeriesRoyal Historical Society studies in history series ;, no. 29, Royal Historical Society studies in history ;, no. 29.
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LC ClassificationsKD7285 .D85 1982
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Paginationx, 208 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3109281M
ISBN 100901050806
LC Control Number82216725

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He attended Westminster school as did many other office-holders at the highest levels, went to Christ Church Oxford (which further fuelled the accusations about his Jacobitism, as it was seen.

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This book was chosen, because it is a synthesis of the best legal-historical scholarship, and because Baker is among the most respected legal historians. The Judicial Bench in England Reshaping of a Professional Elite () ; A H Manchester, A Modern Legal History of England and Wales See, eg: Courtney v Glanvil.

The great Whig barrister Samuel Romilly's 17, [pounds] a year from fees was comparable to Eldon's salary as Lord Chancellor. See Daniel Duman, The Judicial Bench in England The Reshaping of a Professional Elite (London, ), p. (58) Rubinstein, "End of `Old Corruption'", pp. (59) Ibid., p.

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