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Law Reports under Edward V in United Kingdom

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward V of England

Year Books and other Reports

Law Reports under Edward V and Medieval Law

Law Reports under Edward V and Legal History

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward V of England

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Law Reports under Edward V and Medieval Law

Law Reports under Edward V and Legal History

Legal Materials

(Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Cobbett, William, and Thomas B. Howell, ed. Cobbett’s Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. 33 Vols. London: Printed by T.C. Hansard for R. Bagshaw, 1809. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 122275433

Abstract: Based on earlier editions published in 1719, 1730, 1742, and 1775. Covers English trials relating to offenses against the State or trials illustrative of the law relating to State Officers. Covers a wide variety of cases, predominantly high treason, but also bigamy, sedition, seditious libel, murder involving high-ranking officials, riot, piracy, witchcraft, bribery, and corruption. Vol. 1 covers Henry II to Elizabeth I (1163-1600).

Gross, Charles, ed. Select Cases Concerning the Law Merchant. 3 Vols. The Selden Society (SS), 23 for 1908, 46 for 1929, 49 for 1932. London: Quaritch, 1908. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 228497Abstract: Vol. 1, “Local Courts” contains numerous extracts, with translations from the Latin records of Fair Courts from 1270-1638; Vol. 2, “Central Courts,” includes cases drawn from the Curia Regis rolls, the Assize rolls, the records of the Courts of King’s Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, and Chancery proceedings, from 1239-1633, translated into English; Vol. 3, “Statutory Recognizances and Special Assizes,” is a supplementary volume which contains records of proceedings on statutory and official recognisances (Statutes Merchant and Statutes Staple) and a number of additional cases and documents concerning mercantile law.

Hemmant, Mary, ed. Select Cases in the Exchequer Chamber, Before All the Justices of England. 2 Vols. The Selden Society (SS), 51 (extra volume for 1933), 64 for 1945. London: Quaritch, 1933.

Abstract: “Reproduces, from published and unpublished year books, cases heard in the important informal assembly of all the justices, accompanied in many cases by a transcription of the original judicial records of the court of origin, by which the reference to the Exchequer Chamber was made. Cases of special legal difficulty, or involving important people, were those usually referred.” Contents: Vol. I, 1377-1461; Vol. II, 1461-1509.

Leadam, Isaac S., ed. Select Cases Before the King’s Council in the Star Chamber (A.D. 1477-1544). 2 Vols . The Selden Society (SS), 16 for 1902, 25 for 1910. London: Quaritch, 1903.

Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law (subscription database)Abstract: Vol. 1, AD 1477-1509. Cases reproduced from the files of Star Chamber Proceedings of the times of Edward IV and Henry VII preserved at the PRO. Vol. 2, AD 1509-1544. Proceedings from the time of Henry VIII. Introduction deals with the origins and procedures of the Star Chamber.

Maynard, John, ed. Year Books, or, Reports in the Following Reigns, With Notes to Brooke and Fitzherbert’s Abridgments: the Vulgate Edition of 1678-1680. 11 Vols. London: George Sawbridge, William Rawlins, and Samuel Roycroft, 1679-1680. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 31448622

Notes: Also available online in Early English Books Online (subscription database)Abstract: Reprinted in 2006, this is referred to as the “standard” or “vulgate” edition. It reprints some of the earliest black letter editions of the year books and repeats the gross errors of those black letter editions, with spelling errors, wrong insertions, and misleading cross references. There appears to have been no effort at proofreading. Contents:

Vol. 1, Memoranda in Scaccario 2-29 Edward I, and year books 1-19 Edward II (dated 1678)

Vol. 2, 1-10 Edward III

Vol. 3, 17-39 Edward III(omitting 19, 20, 31-37)

Vol. 4, 40-50 Edward III (called Quadragesms)

Vol. 5, Liber Assisarum, 1-50 Edward III

Vol. 6, 1-14 Henry IV and 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9 Henry V

Vol. 7, 1-20 Henry VI (omitting 5, 6, 13, 15-17)

Vol. 8, 21-39 Henry VI (omitting 23-26 and 29)

Vol. 9, 1-22 Edward IV

Vol. 10, Long Report of 5 Edward IV

Vol. 11, 1 Edward V, 1-2 Richard III,1-21 Henry VII (omitting 17-19) and 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 26, 27 Henry VIII

Renton, Alexander W., comp. The English Reports. 178 Vols. London: Stevens and Sons, 1900-1932. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 1470288

Notes: Also available online in Justis, HeinOnline, and LLMC-Digital (subscription databases)Abstract: Contains reprinted decisions of all English courts from 1220 to the commencement of the official Law reports in 1866. vols. 1-11, House of Lords; vols. 12-20, Privy Council; vols. 21-47, Chancery; vols. 48-55, Rolls Court; vols. 56-71, Vice-Chancellors’ Courts; vols. 72-122, King’s Bench Division; vols. 123-144, Common Pleas; vols. 145-160, Exchequer; vols. 161-167, Ecclesiastical, Admiralty, and Probate and Divorce; vols. 168-169, Crown cases; vols. 170-176, Nisi Prius. Volumes which contain reports prior to 1550 are: vols. 72-122 King’s Bench (1378-1865); vols. 123-144 Common Pleas (1486-1865); vols. 145-160 Exchequer (1220-1865) Only volumes 72 & 73 (Kings Bench), volume 145 (Exchequer) contain cases from the medieval period.

Rogers, Ralph V., ed and trans. Year Books of Edward V. : 1 Edward V. A.D. 1483 . HLS MS 1329, Harvard Law School Library ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1937.

Abstract: This dissertation gives a transcription of the original and translation on facing pages.

Seipp, David J., and John Maynard eds. Year Books, or, Reports in the Following Reigns, With Notes to Brooke and Fitzherbert’s Abridgments: the Vulgate edition of 1678-1680. 11 Vols. Clark, N.J.: Lawbook Exchange, 2007, 1678. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 76967165Abstract: Reprint of the vulgate edition. Each volume contains introductory notes on the history, content and significance of the year books by David Seipp and Carol F. Lee, as well as tables naming all justices and serjeants, and listing calendar years of law terms. It references Seipp’s online Index and Paraphrase of Printed Year Book Reports, 1268-1535 which indexes and summarizes almost all the cases in this edition.

Bibliographies of English Law History

  • Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1955-
  • Beale, Joseph H. A Bibliography of Early English Law Books. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1926.
  • Winfield, Percy H. The Chief Sources of English Legal History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925.

Legal Materials

(Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Gross, Charles, ed. Select Cases Concerning the Law Merchant. 3 Vols. The Selden Society (SS), 23 for 1908, 46 for 1929, 49 for 1932. London: Quaritch, 1908.

Abstract: Vol. 1, “Local Courts” contains numerous extracts, with translations from the Latin records of Fair Courts from 1270-1638; Vol. 2, “Central Courts,” includes cases drawn from the Curia Regis rolls, the Assize rolls, the records of the Courts of King’s Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, and Chancery proceedings, from 1239-1633, translated into English; Vol. 3, “Statutory Recognizances and Special Assizes,” is a supplementary volume which contains records of proceedings on statutory and official recognisances (Statutes Merchant and Statutes Staple) and a number of additional cases and documents concerning mercantile law.

Renshaw, Mary A., ed. Inquisitiones Post Mortem Relating to Nottinghamshire, 1437-1485. Thoroton Society Record series, 17. Nottingham: Printed for the Thoroton Society by Derry, 1956.

Robinson, William, ed. Collections Relative to Claims at the Coronations of Several of the Kings of England, Beginning With King Richard II. London: J.B. Nichols, 1820.

Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law (subscription database)Abstract: Text in English. Contains claims made at several of the Coronations from Richard II to George II, with the answers of the court. Covers the period 1377-1727.

Sanders, George W., ed. Orders of the High Court of Chancery, and Statutes of the Realm, Relating to Chancery, From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. 1 Vol. in 2. London: A. Maxwell & Son, 1845.

Abstract: Contents: Vol. 1. Part I, Orders 12 Ric. II to 16 Geo. II; Vol. 1. Part 2, Orders 17 Geo. II to 8 Vict.

Schumer, Beryl, ed. Oxfordshire Forests, 1246-1609. Oxfordshire Record Society v.64. Oxford, The Society, 2004. 271p.

Abstract: Includes forest pleas.

Vernon-Harcourt, Leveson W. His Grace the Steward and Trial of Peers; a Novel Inquiry into a Special Branch of Constitutional Government Founded Entirely Upon Original Sources of Information, and Extensively Upon Hitherto Unprinted Material. London: Longmans, Green, 1907.

Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law (subscription database)Abstract: Covers period 1296-1521. Has an appendix of cases from the Court of Chivalry and of the Lord High Steward.

Bibliographies of English Law History

  • Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1955-
  • Beale, Joseph H. A Bibliography of Early English Law Books. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1926.
  • Winfield, Percy H. The Chief Sources of English Legal History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925.

Resources

See Also

  • Medieval Law Enforcement (in this legal Encyclopedia)
  • Origins of the Common Law (in this legal Encyclopedia)
  • Medieval Roman Law (in this legal Encyclopedia)
  • Usurpation (in this legal Encyclopedia)

Legal Materials

(Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Cobbett, William, and Thomas B. Howell, ed. Cobbett’s Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. 33 Vols. London: Printed by T.C. Hansard for R. Bagshaw, 1809. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 122275433

Abstract: Based on earlier editions published in 1719, 1730, 1742, and 1775. Covers English trials relating to offenses against the State or trials illustrative of the law relating to State Officers. Covers a wide variety of cases, predominantly high treason, but also bigamy, sedition, seditious libel, murder involving high-ranking officials, riot, piracy, witchcraft, bribery, and corruption. Vol. 1 covers Henry II to Elizabeth I (1163-1600).

Gross, Charles, ed. Select Cases Concerning the Law Merchant. 3 Vols. The Selden Society (SS), 23 for 1908, 46 for 1929, 49 for 1932. London: Quaritch, 1908. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 228497Abstract: Vol. 1, “Local Courts” contains numerous extracts, with translations from the Latin records of Fair Courts from 1270-1638; Vol. 2, “Central Courts,” includes cases drawn from the Curia Regis rolls, the Assize rolls, the records of the Courts of King’s Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, and Chancery proceedings, from 1239-1633, translated into English; Vol. 3, “Statutory Recognizances and Special Assizes,” is a supplementary volume which contains records of proceedings on statutory and official recognisances (Statutes Merchant and Statutes Staple) and a number of additional cases and documents concerning mercantile law.

Hemmant, Mary, ed. Select Cases in the Exchequer Chamber, Before All the Justices of England. 2 Vols. The Selden Society (SS), 51 (extra volume for 1933), 64 for 1945. London: Quaritch, 1933.

Abstract: “Reproduces, from published and unpublished year books, cases heard in the important informal assembly of all the justices, accompanied in many cases by a transcription of the original judicial records of the court of origin, by which the reference to the Exchequer Chamber was made. Cases of special legal difficulty, or involving important people, were those usually referred.” Contents: Vol. I, 1377-1461; Vol. II, 1461-1509.

Leadam, Isaac S., ed. Select Cases Before the King’s Council in the Star Chamber (A.D. 1477-1544). 2 Vols . The Selden Society (SS), 16 for 1902, 25 for 1910. London: Quaritch, 1903.

Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law (subscription database)Abstract: Vol. 1, AD 1477-1509. Cases reproduced from the files of Star Chamber Proceedings of the times of Edward IV and Henry VII preserved at the PRO. Vol. 2, AD 1509-1544. Proceedings from the time of Henry VIII. Introduction deals with the origins and procedures of the Star Chamber.

Maynard, John, ed. Year Books, or, Reports in the Following Reigns, With Notes to Brooke and Fitzherbert’s Abridgments: the Vulgate Edition of 1678-1680. 11 Vols. London: George Sawbridge, William Rawlins, and Samuel Roycroft, 1679-1680. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 31448622

Notes: Also available online in Early English Books Online (subscription database)Abstract: Reprinted in 2006, this is referred to as the “standard” or “vulgate” edition. It reprints some of the earliest black letter editions of the year books and repeats the gross errors of those black letter editions, with spelling errors, wrong insertions, and misleading cross references. There appears to have been no effort at proofreading. Contents:

Vol. 1, Memoranda in Scaccario 2-29 Edward I, and year books 1-19 Edward II (dated 1678)

Vol. 2, 1-10 Edward III

Vol. 3, 17-39 Edward III(omitting 19, 20, 31-37)

Vol. 4, 40-50 Edward III (called Quadragesms)

Vol. 5, Liber Assisarum, 1-50 Edward III

Vol. 6, 1-14 Henry IV and 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9 Henry V

Vol. 7, 1-20 Henry VI (omitting 5, 6, 13, 15-17)

Vol. 8, 21-39 Henry VI (omitting 23-26 and 29)

Vol. 9, 1-22 Edward IV

Vol. 10, Long Report of 5 Edward IV

Vol. 11, 1 Edward V, 1-2 Richard III,1-21 Henry VII (omitting 17-19) and 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 26, 27 Henry VIII

Renton, Alexander W., comp. The English Reports. 178 Vols. London: Stevens and Sons, 1900-1932. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 1470288

Notes: Also available online in Justis, HeinOnline, and LLMC-Digital (subscription databases)Abstract: Contains reprinted decisions of all English courts from 1220 to the commencement of the official Law reports in 1866. vols. 1-11, House of Lords; vols. 12-20, Privy Council; vols. 21-47, Chancery; vols. 48-55, Rolls Court; vols. 56-71, Vice-Chancellors’ Courts; vols. 72-122, King’s Bench Division; vols. 123-144, Common Pleas; vols. 145-160, Exchequer; vols. 161-167, Ecclesiastical, Admiralty, and Probate and Divorce; vols. 168-169, Crown cases; vols. 170-176, Nisi Prius. Volumes which contain reports prior to 1550 are: vols. 72-122 King’s Bench (1378-1865); vols. 123-144 Common Pleas (1486-1865); vols. 145-160 Exchequer (1220-1865) Only volumes 72 & 73 (Kings Bench), volume 145 (Exchequer) contain cases from the medieval period.

Rogers, Ralph V., ed and trans. Year Books of Edward V. : 1 Edward V. A.D. 1483 . HLS MS 1329, Harvard Law School Library ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1937.

Abstract: This dissertation gives a transcription of the original and translation on facing pages.

Seipp, David J., and John Maynard eds. Year Books, or, Reports in the Following Reigns, With Notes to Brooke and Fitzherbert’s Abridgments: the Vulgate edition of 1678-1680. 11 Vols. Clark, N.J.: Lawbook Exchange, 2007, 1678. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) number (used in Worldcat): 76967165Abstract: Reprint of the vulgate edition. Each volume contains introductory notes on the history, content and significance of the year books by David Seipp and Carol F. Lee, as well as tables naming all justices and serjeants, and listing calendar years of law terms. It references Seipp’s online Index and Paraphrase of Printed Year Book Reports, 1268-1535 which indexes and summarizes almost all the cases in this edition.

Bibliographies of English Law History

  • Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1955-
  • Beale, Joseph H. A Bibliography of Early English Law Books. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1926.
  • Winfield, Percy H. The Chief Sources of English Legal History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925.

Legal Materials

(Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Gross, Charles, ed. Select Cases Concerning the Law Merchant. 3 Vols. The Selden Society (SS), 23 for 1908, 46 for 1929, 49 for 1932. London: Quaritch, 1908.

Abstract: Vol. 1, “Local Courts” contains numerous extracts, with translations from the Latin records of Fair Courts from 1270-1638; Vol. 2, “Central Courts,” includes cases drawn from the Curia Regis rolls, the Assize rolls, the records of the Courts of King’s Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, and Chancery proceedings, from 1239-1633, translated into English; Vol. 3, “Statutory Recognizances and Special Assizes,” is a supplementary volume which contains records of proceedings on statutory and official recognisances (Statutes Merchant and Statutes Staple) and a number of additional cases and documents concerning mercantile law.

Renshaw, Mary A., ed. Inquisitiones Post Mortem Relating to Nottinghamshire, 1437-1485. Thoroton Society Record series, 17. Nottingham: Printed for the Thoroton Society by Derry, 1956.

Robinson, William, ed. Collections Relative to Claims at the Coronations of Several of the Kings of England, Beginning With King Richard II. London: J.B. Nichols, 1820.

Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law (subscription database)Abstract: Text in English. Contains claims made at several of the Coronations from Richard II to George II, with the answers of the court. Covers the period 1377-1727.

Sanders, George W., ed. Orders of the High Court of Chancery, and Statutes of the Realm, Relating to Chancery, From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. 1 Vol. in 2. London: A. Maxwell & Son, 1845.

Abstract: Contents: Vol. 1. Part I, Orders 12 Ric. II to 16 Geo. II; Vol. 1. Part 2, Orders 17 Geo. II to 8 Vict.

Schumer, Beryl, ed. Oxfordshire Forests, 1246-1609. Oxfordshire Record Society v.64. Oxford, The Society, 2004. 271p.

Abstract: Includes forest pleas.

Vernon-Harcourt, Leveson W. His Grace the Steward and Trial of Peers; a Novel Inquiry into a Special Branch of Constitutional Government Founded Entirely Upon Original Sources of Information, and Extensively Upon Hitherto Unprinted Material. London: Longmans, Green, 1907.

Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law (subscription database)Abstract: Covers period 1296-1521. Has an appendix of cases from the Court of Chivalry and of the Lord High Steward.

Bibliographies of English Law History

  • Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1955-
  • Beale, Joseph H. A Bibliography of Early English Law Books. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1926.
  • Winfield, Percy H. The Chief Sources of English Legal History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925.

Resources

See Also

  • Medieval Laws (in this legal Encyclopedia)
  • Institute of Historical Research (in this legal Encyclopedia)
  • Guilt (in this legal Encyclopedia)
  • Trespass (in this legal Encyclopedia)


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