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HALLE, ERNST VON. Trusts; or, industrial combinations and
coalitions in the United States. 8vo. N.Y., 1895.

HIRST, FRANCIS W. Monopolies, trusts, and kartells. 8vo.
Lond., 1905.

HOWE, FREDERICK CLEMSON. Confessions of a monopolist. 8vo.
Chic., 1906.

LAWSON, THOMAS WILLIAM. Frenzied finance, v. i. The crime
of Amalgamated. 8vo. N.Y., 1905.

MACGREGOR, D. H. Industrial combination. 8vo. Lond.,

MACROSTY, HENRY W. The trust movement in British industry :
a study of business organisation. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

MONTAGUE, GILBERT HOLLAND. Rise and progress of the Stan
dard oil company. 8vo. N.Y., 1903.

PIERCE, FRANKLIN. The tariff and the trusts. 8vo. N.Y., 1907

PRICE, WILLIAM HYDE. English patents of monopoly [with
bibliography]. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

(Harvard economic studies.)

Dealing with patents of monopoly issued under royal authority in
the reigns of Elizabeth, James I., and Charles I.
RAVENSHEAR, A. F. The industrial and commercial influence

of the English patent system. 8vo. Lond., 1908.
RIPLEY, WILLIAM ZEBINA, ed. Trusts, pools, and corporations:

introd. by editor. 8vo. Camb., Mass., 1905.
RUSSELL, CHARLES EDWARD, The greatest trust in the world.

8vo. N.Y., 1905.
^SPELLING, THOMAS CARL. Bossism and monopoly. 8vo.

Lond., 1906.
TARE ELL, IDA MINERVA. History of the Standard oil company:

illust. 2 v. 8vo. Lond., 1905.
TRUTH newspaper, London. The great oil octopus : by Truth's

investigator. 8vo. Lond., 1911.


338.9. Industrial Legislation.

FOX ALL, E. W. Colorphobia : an exposure of the " White Aus-
tralia" fallacy. By Gi/en-no-teki, [i.e., E. W. Foxall].
8vo. Syd., 1903.

KELLEY, FLORENCE. Some ethical gains through legislation :
[with appces. of legal decisions, &c.]. 8vo. N.Y., 1905.

MARKHAM, VIOLET R. Factory and shop acts of the British
dominions, with a general view of the English law. 8vo.
Lond., [1908].

NEW ZEALAND: Labour department. Labour laws of New
Zealand; 3rd ed. 8vo. Well., 1902.

a compendium of the law affecting the conditions under which
the manual work of the working classes is performed in Eng-
land. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

339. Poor and Pauperism : Unemployed.

ALDEN, PERCY. The unemployed; a national question: pref. by

Sir John Gorst. 8vo. Lond., 1905.
BANNOW, WALDEMAR. Practical solution of the unemployed

problem, pp. 32, 8vo. Melb., 1903.

Pam., v. 120, no. 2242.

BEVERIDGE, W. H. Unemployment; a problem of industry.
8vo. Lond., 1909.

BOSANQUET, HELEN, Mrs. B. The Poor law report of 1909;
a summary explaining the defects of the present system and
the principal recommendations of the Commission. 8vo.
Lond., 1909.

BOYD, BENJAMIN. Letter to Sir William Denison, lieut. -governor
of Van Diemen's Land, on the expediency of transferring the
unemployed labour of that colony to New South Wales, pp.
20, 8vo. Syd., 1847.

DAWSON, WILLIAM HARBUTT. The vagrancy problem ; the case
for measures of restraint for tramps, loafers, and unemploy-
ables ; with a study of continental detention colonies and
labour houses. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

DRAGE, GEOFFREY. Problem of the aged poor. 8vo. Lond.,

FAWCETT, Rt. hon. HENRY. Pauperism : its causes and reme-
dies. 8vo. Lond., 1871.

FOWLE, THOMAS WELBANK. The Poor law. 8vo. Lond., 1893.
(English citizen ser.)

FREE, RICHARD. Seven years hard. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

HENLEY, THOMAS F. Poverty, pp. 20, 8vo. Melb., n.d.
Pam., v. 37, no. 635.*.

HIGGS, MARY. How to deal with the unemployed. 8vo. Lond.,

HOBSON, JOHN ATKINSON. Problem of the unemployed ; an
inquiry and an economic policy. 2nd ed.. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

HOW the old-age pensions came to New South Wales : [correspon-
dence that appeared in "The Daily Telegraph" in August
and September, 1904]. pp. 15, *8vo. Syd., n.d.
Pam., v. 144, no. 2769.


HOW to relieve the poor of Edinburgh and other great cities
without increasing pauperism : a tried, economical and success-
ful plan. pp. 32, 8vo. Melb., 1868.

Pam., v. 157, no. 930.
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 63, no. 1034.

HUNTER, ROBERT. Poverty. 8vo. N.Y., 1904.

JACKSON, CYRIL. Unemployment and trade unions : pref . by
Viscount Milner. pp. 92, 8vo. Lond., 1910.

KELLOR, FRANCES A. Out of work ; a study of employment
agencies : their treatment of the unemployed and their in-
fluence upon homes and business. 8vo. N.Y., 1904.

KELLY, EDMOND. Elimination of the tramp by the introduction
into America of the labour colony system. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.

LANGRIDGE, G. E. Side lights of "labour; incidents of the bad
times : a contribution to the literature of the unemployed
problem, pp. 20, 8vo. Hobart, 1893.
Pam., v. 77, no. 1356.

LEIGH, LEIGHTON. "Brother east and brother west": a search-
light on the unemployed. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

LONDON, JACK. People of the abyss: [illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,

The road : illust. 8vo. N.Y., 1907.

MACKAY, THOMAS. The State and charity. 8vo. Lond., 1898.

(English citizen ser.)

MACKIRDY, OLIVE CHRISTIAN, nee Malvery, Mrs. A. The soul
market; with which is included "The heart of things":
[illust.]. 2nd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1907.

MANUFACTURE of paupers; a protest and a policy. 8vo,
Lond., 1907.

Contents. Introduction. J. St. Loe Strachey. Feeding of school-
children. Sir Arthur Clay, bart. State school-feeding : an argu-
ment. Outdoor relief. Sir Wm. Chance, bart. Old-age pensions.
Sir E. Brabrook. Old-age pensions in Australia. Sir E. Brabrook.
The unemployed. W. A. Bailward. Shelters and refuges. Miss
K. V. Bannatyne. Attractiveness of poor law institutions. Thomas
Mackay. The hospitals. Colonel E. Montefiore. Lessons of the old
poor law. W. A. Bailward. The better way. Mrs. E. T. Ogilvy.
The wiser policy.
RIDGE, WILLIAM PETT. Speaking rather seriously : [portr.].

8vo. Lond., 1908.
SELLERS, EDITH. Foreign solutions of poor law problems. 8vo.

Lond. [1908].

English poor law policy. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

The break-up of the poor law ; being part one of the minority
report of the Poor law commission : introd. 8vo. Lond.,

The public organisation of the labour market ; being part two of
the minority report of the Poor law commission. 8vo. Lond.,

WORK for the unemployed : by one of them. pp. 16, 8vo. Melb.,

Pam., v. 167, no. 3197.


340. Jurisprudence.

ASSOCIATION of American law schools, ed. Select essays in
Anglo- American legal history; by various authors. 3 v., 8vo.
Camb., 1907-09.

BEAL, EDWARD. Cardinal rules of legal interpretation. 2nd
ed., 8vo. Lond., 1908.

H ROUGH AM and VAUX, Henry Peter Brougham, isl baron.
Present state of the law : speech in the House of commons.
3rd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1828.
Pam., v. 67, no. 1132.

BRYCE, Rt. /ton. JAMES. Studies in history and jurisprudence. 2 v.,
8vo. Oxf., 1901.

Contents. v. i. Roman empire and the British empire in India. -
Extension of Roman and English law throughout the world. I-'lexible
and rigid constitutions. Action of centripetal and centrifugal forces
on political constitutions. Primitive Iceland. Constitution of the
United States as seen in the past. Two South African constitutions.
Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia.

V. 2. Obedience. Nature of sovereignty. Law of Nature.
Methods of legal science. Relations of law and religion. Methods
of law-making in Rome and in England. History of legal develop-
ment at Rome and in England. Marriage and divorce in Roman and
in English countries.

DICKINSON, Sir JOHN NODES. Letter to the Lord chancellor
on law consolidation, pp. 50, 8vo. Lond., 1861.

Pam., v. 181 no. 3404-

HARGRAVE, JOHN FLETCHER, fudge of Supreme court, N.S.W.
Syllabus of the two courses of lectures on general jyris-
prudence delivered at the University of Sydney, 1859-61.
pp. 31, 8vo. Syd.. 1861.

Pam., v. 7, no. 165.
[Various legal pamphlets]. 8vo. Syd., 1860-71.

Contents. Introductory lecture on general jurisprudence. Syllabus
of lectures on general jurisprudence. Genera' jurisprudence : examina-
tion questions for the yearly examination at the Sydney university, De-
cember i2th, 1861. Chronological chart of constitutional law. In-
augural address to the Law institute of New South Wales.

HOLLAND, THOMAS ERSKINE. Elements of jurisprudence. loth

ed., 8vo. Oxf.. 1906.
Same: nth ed., 8vo. Oxf.. 1910.

MOORE. WILLIAM HARRISON. Act of state in English law. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

power of the Commonwealth, with the procedure and practice'
of the High Court. 8vo. Melb., 1904.

TAYLOR, HANNIS. The science of jurisprudence. 8vo. N.Y.,

340.1. Philosophy: Theory.

BROWN, W. JETHRO. The Austinian theory of law; being an
edition of lectures I., V., and VI. of Austin's " Juris-
prudence " and of Austin's " Essay on the uses of the study
of jurisprudence" with critical notes and excursus. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

DICEY, ALBERT VENN. Lectures on the relations between law and
public opinion in England during the nineteenth century.
8vo. Lond., 1905.


HARGRAVE, JOHN FLETCHER. Inaugural address to the law
institute of New South Wales, -pp. 27., 8vo. Syd., 1871.

Pam., v. 41 , no. 685.

HEARN, WILLIAM EDWARD. Theory of legal duties and rights;

an introduction to analytical jurisprudence. 8vo. Melb.,

SALMOND, JOHN WILLIAM. Jurisprudence; or, the theory of the

law. 3rd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1910.

340.3. Antiquities.

MAINE, Sir HENRY JAMES SUMNER. Ancient law ; its connection
with the early history of society and its relation to modern
ideas. [New ed., from loth ed.]. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

Dissertations on early law and custom. 8vo. Lond., 1891.

Lectures on the early history of institutions. 7th ed., 8vo.
Lond., 1897.

340.4. Trial by jury.

REMARKS with reference to the introduction of trial by jury, and
a representative assembly in the colony of New South Wales.
pp. 30, 8vo. Lond., 1831.
Pam.. v. 121, no. 2256.

THERRY, Sir ROGER. Letter to the right hon. Wm. E. Gladstone,
M.P., with the address to the jury at the opening of the first
circuit court at Brisbane, Moreton bay, i3th May, 1850. pp.
40, 8vo. Syd., 1850.

340.5. Comparative legislation.

BEDWELL, C. E. A., ed. The legislation of the Empire; being a
survey of the legislative enactments of the British dominions
from 1898 to 1907; pref., by the Earl of Rosebery, introd.,
by Sir John Macdonell : [portrs.]. 4 v., 8vo. Lond.,

SOCIETY of comparative legislation. Journal, new series, v. i,
1899 to date. 8vo. Lond.

340.6. Medical Jurisprudence.

SMITH, WILLIAM RAMSAY. Medico-legal aspects of infanticide
and concealment of birth, pp. 20, 8vo. Adel., 1907.

Pam., v. 95, no. 1726

TAYLOR, ALFRED SWAINE. Principles and practice of medical
jurisprudence; 6th ed., revised and brought up to date by
Fred. J. Smith. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1910.

340.9. Miscellany.

KYSHE, JAMES WILLIAM NORTON. Dictionary of legal quota-
tions; or, selected dicta of English chancellors and judges.
8vo. Lond., 1904.

OLD stager. A punch for the bench and a kick for the bar. pp.
20, 8vo. Syd., 1882.

Pam., v. 167, no. 3198.


341. International law.

BATY, THOMAS. International law. 8vo. Loud., 1909.

COBBETT, PITT. Cases and opinions on international law and
various points of English law connected therewith : part I. ;
Peace. 3rd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1909.

HALL, WILLIAM EDWARD. Treatise on the foreign powers and
jurisdiction of the British crown. 8vo. Oxf., 1894.

LAWRENCE, Rer. THOMAS JOSEPH. The principles of inter-
national law : 4th ed., revised and rewritten. 8vo. Lond.,

MOORE. JOHN BASSETT. Digest of international law as embodied
in diplomatic discussions, treaties, and other international
awards, the decisions of municipal courts, and the writings of
the jurists, and especially in documents, published and un-
published, issued by presidents and secretaries of state of the
United States, the opinions of the Attorneys-general, and the
decisions of courts, Federal and State. 8 v., 8vo. Wash.,

/;/ U.S. House documents, 56th Congress, 2nd sess., vv. 128-132 :
S v. in 8.

treatise. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1905-06.

Contents. v i. Peace v. 2. Wa^ an^ neutrality.

PHILLIPSOX, COLEMAN. International law and custom of
ancient Greece and Rome. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1911.

SNOW, FREEMAN. International law ; a manual based upon lectures
delivered at the Naval war college [U.S.] : [ed.] by Com-
mander C. H. Stockton. 2nd ed., 8vo. Wash., 1898.

TAYLOR, HANNIS. International public law. 8vo. Chic., 1901.

UNITED STATES: Stale department. Digest of the published
opinions of the Attorneys-general and of the leading decisions
of the federal courts with reference to international law,
treaties, and kindred subjects, rev. ed., 8vo. Wash., 1877.

UNITED STATES : Naval ivar college. International law topics
and discussions : [appx., Geneva convention]. 8vo. Wash.,

WESTLAKE, JOHN. International law. 2 v.. 8vo. Camb.

Contents. Part t. Tear* 1 P;irt 2. War.

WHEATOM, HENRY. Elements of international law; 4th English
ed., bringing the work down to the present time, by J. B.
Atlay. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

341.1. International Congresses.

WHITTUCK, E. A., ed. International documents ; a collection of
international conventions and declarations of a law-making
kind : introd. and notes. 8vo. Lond.. 1908.

341.2. Treaties.

GREAT BRITAIN -.Treaties. Treaties, &c., of commerce and

navigation between Great Britain and foreign powers wholly

or partially in force on January i, 1907. 8vo. Lond.,


HERTSLET, Louis. Complete collection of the treaties and con-
ventions and reciprocal regulations subsisting between Great
Britain and foreign powers, v. i, to date. 8vo. Lond.,
1840 to date.

V. i-ir compiled by L. Hertsiet; v. 12 unwards. by Sir Edward
Hertslet and others.

341.3. Law of war.

BENTWICH, NORMAN. Law of private property in war; with a
chapter on conquest. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

BOWLES, THOMAS GIBSON. Sea law and sea power as they would
be affected by recent proposals, with reasons against those pro-
posals. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

Deals largely with the Declaration of London.

CIVIS, -pseud. Cargoes and cruisers; Britain's rights at sea:
introd. by Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge. 8vo. Lond.,

HERSHEY, AMOS SHARTLE. International law and diplomacy of
the Russo-Japanese war. 8vo. N.Y., 1906.

HIGGINS, ALEXANDER PEARCE. The Hague peace conference and
other international conferences concerning the laws and usages
of warj texts of conventions with commentaries. 8vo. Camb.

HOGAN, ALBERT E. Pacific blockade. 8vo. Oxf., 1908.

HOLLAND, THOMAS ERSKINE. Laws of war on land, written and
unwritten. 8vo. Oxf., 1908.

Commerce in war. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

LATIFI, ALMA. Effects of war on property ; being studies in inter-
national law and policy ; with notes on belligerent rights at
sea, by John Westlake. 8vo. Lond., 1908.

LAWRENCE, Rev. THOMAS JOSEPH. War and neutrality in the
Far East. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

MAINE, Sir HENRY JAMES SUMNER. International law. 8vo.
Lond., 1890.

(Whewell lectures.)

SPAIGHT, J. M. War rights on land. 8vo. Lond., 1911.

341.4. International criminal law.

practice of extradition. 8vo. Lond., 1903.

341.5. International private law.

FOOTE, JOHN ALDERSON. Foreign and domestic law; a concise
treatise on private international jurisprudence based on the
decisions of the English courts. 3rd ed. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

HOGAN, JAMES FRANCIS. "Costa Rica Packet;" what may
happen to a British captain, -pp. 16, 8vo. Syd., 1894.

Pam., v. 100, no. 1821.

MEILI, F. International civil and commercial law, as founded upon
theory, legislation, and practice: tr. and supplemented with
additions of American and English law by A. K. Kuhn. 8vo.
N.Y., 1905.


PIGGOTT. Sir FRANCIS. Foreign judgments and jurisdiction,
Part iii. Bankruptcy Parties out of the jurisdiction. 8vo.
Hongkong, 1910.

private international law, with principal reference to its prac-
tice in England. 4th ed. 8vo. Land., 1905.

341.6. International arbitration.

LAWRENCE, Rev. THOMAS JOSEPH. International problems and

Hague conferences. 8vo. Lond., 1908.
UNION interparlementaire pour 1'arbitrage international: session de

1904; compte rendu de la xiime conference tenue a Saint

Louis, Missouri, la. 8vo. Wash., 1905.

342. Constitutional law and history.

ALSTON. LEONARD. Modern constitutions in outline; an intro-
ductory study in political science. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

BAKER, Sir RICHARD CHAFFEY. Manual of reference to authorities
for the use of the National Australasian convention, 1891.
8vo. Adel., 1891.

BORGEAUD, CHARLES. Adoption and amendment of constitutions
in Europe and America : tr. by C. D. Hazen, with introd. by
J. M. Vincent. 8vo. N.Y., 1895.

BURGESS, JOHN WILLIAM. Political science and comparative con-
stitutional law: v. i. Sovereignty and liberty; v. 2, Govern-
ment. 2 v., 8vo. Bost., 1900.

CLOSER UNION SOCIETY: [South Africa]. The framework of
union ; a comparison of some union constitutions : with a
sketch of the development of union in Canada, Australia, and
Germany, and the text of the constitutions of the U.S.,
Canada, Germany, Switzerland, and Australia. 8vo. Cape
Town, 1908.

CREASY, Sir EDWARD SHEPHERD. Imperial and colonial constitu-
tions of the Britannic empire, including Indian institutions :
maps. 8vo. Lond., 1872.

DODD, WALTER FAIRLEIGH. Modern constitutions ; a collection of
the fundamental laws of twenty-two of the most important
countries of the world, with historical and bibliographical
notes. 2 v., 8vo. Chic., 1909.

Contents. i. Argentine nition. Australia. Austria-Hungary.
Belgium. Brazil. Canada. Chile. Denmark. France. Germany.
2. Italy. Japan. Mexico. Netherlands. Norway. Portugal. Rus-
sia. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. -United States.

JAMESON. JOHN ALEXANDER. Treatise on constitutional conven-
tions; 4th ed. 8vo. Chic.. 1887.

MARRIOTT, JOHN ARTHUR RANSOME. Second chambers; an in
ductive study in political science. 8vo. Oxf., 1910.

MILLS, ARTHUR. Colonial constitutions; an outline of the constitu-
tional history and existing government of the British depen-
dencies ; with schedules of the orders in council, statutes, and
parliamentary documents relating to each dependency. 8v<>.
Lond., 1856.


QtJICK, Sir JOHN. Digest of federal constitutions. 8vo. Bdgo.,


Same : another copy.
Pam., v. 2, no. 32.

TEECE, RICHARD CLIVE. Comparison between the federal consti-
tutions of Canada and Australia, pp. i\. 8vo. Syd., 1902.

chambers, their use and function in the modern state: with a
chapter on the reform of the House of lords. 8vo. Lond.,

THOMAS, ERNEST C. Leading cases in constitutional law ; yd. ed.
by C. L. Attenborough. 8vo. Lond., 1901.

342.37. Ancient Rome.

BOTSFORD, GEORGE WILLIS. The Roman assemblies from their
origin to the end of the republic. Svo. N.Y., 1903.

342.42. Great Britain.

AMOS, SHELDON. Fifty years of the English constitution, 1830-

1880. Svo. Lond., 1880.

AXSON, Sir WILLIAM REYNELL. Law and custom of the constitu-
tion : part i. Parliament: part 2. The crown. 2nd ed. Svo.

Oxf.. 1892.
Same: yd ed. The Crown, pts. i and 2. 2 v., Svo. Oxf. r


Same: 4th ed. v. i. Parliament. Svo. Oxf., 1909.
BAGEHOT, WALTER. The English constitution. Svo. Lond.,

BENTHAM, JEREMY. Plea for the constitution, pp. 68. Svo,

Lond., 1803.
BOUTMY, EMILE. The English constitution; tr. by J. M. Eaden;

introd. by Sir F. Pollock. Svo. Lond., 1891.
BURROWS, MONTAGU. Constitutional progress; lectures delivered

before the University of Oxford. 2nd ed. Svo. Lond., 1872.

constitution of the United Kingdom and its outgrowths. Svo.

Lond., 1901.

Same: 2nd ed. condensed. i2mo. Lond., 1905.
DICEY, ALBERT VENN. Introduction to the study of the law of the

constitution. 5th ed. Svo. Lond., 1897.
Same: 7th ed. Svo. Lond., 1908.
The Privy council : the Arnold prize essay, 1860. Svo. Lond.,

DUNCKLEY, HENRY; " Verax." The crown and the cabinet; five

letters on the biography of the Prince consort, pp. 50, 121110.

Manchester, 1878.

Pam., v. I3Q, no. 2665.


history of England since the accession of George the third,

1760-1860. 2 v. Svo. Lond.. 1861-63.
FEILDEN. HENRY ST. CLAIR. Short constitutional history of

England. 3rd ed. Revised and in part re-written by W.

Gray Etheridge. Svo. Oxf., 1910.


FORTESCUE, Sir JOHN, chief justice of the King's bench. The
governance of England, otherwise called The difference be-
tween an absolute and a limited monarchy : a revised text, ed.,
with introd., notes, and appces., by Charles Plummer. 8vo.
Oxf., 1885.

First published in 1714.

FREEMAN, EDWARD AUGUSTUS. Growth of the English consti-
tution from the earliest times: [with notes]. 8vo. Lond.,

HALLAM, HENRY. Constitutional history of England, [1485-1760];

8th ed. 3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1867.

Begins where Stubbs concludes.

and trial of peers; a novel inquiry into a special branch of

constitutional government. 8vo. Lond., 1907.
HEARN, WILLIAM EDWARD. The government of England; its

structure and development. 8vo. Melb., 1867.
Same, 2nd ed. 8vo. Melb., 1886.
LANGMEAD, THOMAS PITT TASWELL. English constitutional

history from the Teutonic conquest to the present time; 4th

ed., revised, with notes and appces., by C. H. E. Carmichael.

8vo. Lond., 1890.
Same, 6th ed., revised, with notes, by Philip A. Ashworth. 8vo

Lond., 1905.
LAPSLEY, GAILLARD THOMAS. The county palatine of Durham;

a study in constitutional history. 8vo. N.Y., 1900.

(Harvard historical studies, v. 8.)
LOW, SIDNEY JAMES. The governance of England. 8vo. Lond.,

McKECHNIE, WILLIAM SHARP. Magna carta; a commentary on

the great charter of King John. 8vo. Glasg., 1905.

senate ; or, the House of lords 1n the past, the present, and
the future. 8vo. Lond., 1893.

MAGNA CHARTA: translation of the " Articles of the Charter "
and the " Great Charter " of King John, granted i5th June,
1215; also a translation of the covenant made between King
John and the barons of England : [tr. by W. Holden]. pp.
31, 8vo. Lond., 1887.
Pam., v. 78, no. 1391.

MAITLAND, FREDERIC WILLIAM. Collected papers: ed. by H.

A. L. Fisher. 3 v., 8vo. Camb., 1911.

Constitutional history of England: [ed. by H. A. L. Fisher].
8vo. Camb., 1908.

MARRIOTT, JOHN ARTHUR RANSOME. English political institu-
tions; an introductory study. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

Contents. i. Classification of constitutions. 2. Salient features of
the English constitution. 3-5. The executiv2. -6-10. The legislature.
ii. The process of legislation. 12-13. Local government. 14. The
judiciary. 15. The state and the empire.

PIKE, LUKE OWEN. Constitutional history of the House of lords

from original sources. 8vo. Lond., 1894.
RIDGES, EDWARD WAVELL. Constitutional law of England. 8vo.

Lond., 1905.


STUBBS, WILLIAM, bishop of Oxford. Constitutional history ot"
England, in its origin and development ; 6th ed. 3 v., 8vo.
Oxt., 1903

Closes with the reign of Richard III., where Hallam begins.

SYME, DAVID. Representative government in England : its faults

and failures; 2nd ed. 8vo. Lond., 1882.
THOMSON, RICHARD. Historical essay on the Magna charta of

King John ; to which are added, the Great charter, in Latin

and English, [&c.]. 8vo. Lond., 1829.
WHITE, ALBERT BEEBE. The making of the English constitution,

449-1485. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.

342.492. The Netherlands.

B AT AVI A : Assemblee constituante. Constitution du peuple
Batave, decretee par 1' Assemblee constituante et accepted par
les peuples. 8vo. Paris, 1798.

342.494. Switzerland.


The Swiss confederation. 8vo. Lond., 1889.
SWITZERLAND: Assemble federate. Manuel a 1'usage des

chambres federates. i2mo. Berne, 1903.
VINCENT, JOHN MARTIN. Government in Switzerland. 8vo.

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