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Institutes of the Lawes of England, Part 1…

Institutes of the Lawes of England, Part 1

by Sir Edward Coke

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... too often I am sure to get through old Cooke this winter: for God knows I have not seen him since I packed him up in my trunk in Williamsburgh. Well, Page, I do wish the Devil had old Cooke, for I am sure I never was so tired of an old dull scoundrel in my life ... (TJ to John Page, 25 December 1762)

... L'd Coke has given us the first view of the whole body of law worthy now of being studied ... Coke's Institutes are a perfect Digest of the Law as it stood in his day ... (TJ to Bernard Moore)

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