An Analysis of the Civil Law, In Which a Comparison Is Occasionally...
With a New Introduction by Michael Hoeflich Hallifax, Samuel. An Analysis of the Civil Law, In Which a Comparison Is Occasionally Made between the Roman Laws and Those of England. A New Edition With Alterations and Additions, Being the Heads of a Course of Lectures Publicly Read in the University of Cambridge by John William Geldart... Originally published: Cambridge: John Smith, Printer to the University, 1836. v (iii-v new introduction), xxxv, 226,  pp. With a New Introduction by Michael Hoeflich, John H. & John M. Kane Professor of Law, University of Kansas School of Law. Reprinted 2008 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584778905; ISBN-10: 1584778903. Hardcover. New. $26.95 * Reprint of the final and best edition. In 1774 Hallifax, Bishop of Gloucester, Regius Professor of Civil Law at Cambridge University and teacher of Sir Henry Maine, offered a course of lectures on "the Roman Civil Law." According to the Dictionary of National Biography, they were "attended by persons of the highest rank and fortune at the university." The lectures were published that year and reissued in 1775, 1779, 1795 and 1818. Geldart became Regius Professor in 1814. His contributions are interesting because they offer a snapshot of civil law studies at Cambridge a half-century later.
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