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 Cockburn, Henry Thomas, LordColenso, John William, D.D., 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Colse, Sir Edward
(b. Mileham, Norfolk, 1551; d. September 3rd, 1633) “The Institutes,” the first part of which, originally published in 1628, was reprinted in 1823 and 1832 as “The Institutes of the Laws of England, or, a Commentary upon Littleton by Lord Coke, Revised and Corrected, with Additions of Notes, References, and Proper Tables, by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler, including also the Notes of Lord Hale and Lord Chancellor Nottingham, with additional Notes by Charles Butler, of Lincoln’s Inn.” The second part of “The Institutes,” containing a commentary on Magna Charta and an exposition of many ancient and other statutes, appeared in 1642; the third part, concerning high treason and other pleas of the crown and criminal causes, in 1644; and the fourth part, concerning the jurisdiction of courts, in the same year. “The Book of Entries” (1614); “Reports from 14 Elizabeth to 13 James I.” (1600–16); “The Compleat Copyholder,” “Reading on 27 Edward the First,” called the “Statute de Finibus Levatis,” and “A Treatise on Bail and Mainprize,” the last three being published in 1764.   1

 Cockburn, Henry Thomas, LordColenso, John William, D.D., 


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