Book #76949
Item #76949 Justus Et Aequus Iudex, Quem Post Emensum Legitimi Studii Tramitem. Franz Joseph Heinrich von Schlick.
Justus Et Aequus Iudex, Quem Post Emensum Legitimi Studii Tramitem...
Justus Et Aequus Iudex, Quem Post Emensum Legitimi Studii Tramitem...
Justus Et Aequus Iudex, Quem Post Emensum Legitimi Studii Tramitem...

Justus Et Aequus Iudex, Quem Post Emensum Legitimi Studii Tramitem...

Rare Thesis on "Just and Equitable Judges" by an Austrian Noble Schlick (Schlik), Franz Joseph Heinrich von [1696-1766]. Justus Et Aequus Iudex, Quem Post Emensum Legitimi Studii Tramitem, Publica De Praetorum Edictis, Et Eorundem Aequitate Instituta Dissertatione Exhibet, Atque Sub Gloriosissimis Auspiciis Caroli Sexti, Romanorum Imperatoris, Hispaniarum, Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemie Regis Archi-Ducis Austriae. In Antiquissima et Celeberrima Universitate Viennensi Academico Certamini Subjecit Illustrissimus Dominus Franciscus Henricus S.R.I. Comes Schlik De Passan Et Weiskirchen, Praeside Praenobili, Clarissimo, Ac Consultissimo Domino Wolffgango Nicolao Joanne Senutti, U.I. Doctore, Aulae Iudiciorumque Advocato, Codicis Professore Publico & Ordinario, Celsissimi & Reverendissimi S.R.I. Principis, Episcopi Vienensis Consiliario Consistoriali, Nec non Reverendissimi & Amplissimi Status DD. Inferioris Austriae Praelatorum Professore SS. Canonum Extraordinario. Disputabundur in Publico DD. Iuris-Consultorum Collegio Die Mensis, [...] Anno M.D.CC.XVI. Vienna: Typis Wolfgangi Schwendimann, Universitatis Typographi, 1716. [xiv], 263 pp. Folio (13" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary sheep, blind ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing, heavier rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine ends, board edges and corners, which are bumped, hinges cracked, free endpapers lacking, early owner inscription and armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Light browning to interior, foxing in a few places. $1,500. * Only edition. This dissertation by a member of a distinguished Bohemian noble family analyzes the qualities of "just and equitable" judges. As indicated by the title, dedication to Emperor Charles VI, and physical production of this work, the author was a highly placed member of Viennese society. OCLC locates 4 copies, 1 in North America (American Philosophical Library). Das Verzeichnis Deutscher Drucke des 18. Jahrhunderts 10497927.

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Book number 76949