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The common lawyers of pre-reformation England
E. W. Ives
|Statement||by E.W. Ives.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in English legal history|
|LC Classifications||KD621.K42 I93 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 536 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||536|
|LC Control Number||85082330|
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The English common lawyers wielded their greatest influence in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, with names like Fortescue, Littleton and More. In these years they were more than the only organized lay profession: in the infancy of statute, they, more than anyone, shaped and changed the law; they were the managerial elite of the country; they were the single most dynamic group.
This and subsequent reference to the career of Thomas Kebell is taken from a book in preparation, ‘The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England—Thomas Kebell, a case study’.
2 The identification of trained lawyers is much hampered by lacunae in the admissions registers of the inns. Cambridge Core - British History after - The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England - by E. IvesCited by: The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England by E.
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The English Reformation took place in 16th-century England when the Church of England broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic events were, in part, associated with the wider European Protestant Reformation, a religious and political movement that affected the practice of Christianity in western and central Europe.
Causes included the invention of the. Law and History Review, SeptemDavid Ibbetson, review of The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England, p. Law Quarterly Review, April 1,Albert Kiralfy, review of The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England, p.
London Review of Books, NovemPatrick Collinson, "La Bolaing," p. The Tropenell Cartulary is an English medieval manuscript cartulary compiled for Thomas Tropenell (c.
– ), a Wiltshire landowner, in the 15th century. History. A cartulary is a medieval manuscript, usually taking the form of a bound book or a roll, in which original documents have been copied out or summarised. The Tropenell Cartulary was compiled during the reign of Edward IV and. Faction in Tudor England () The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England () Anne Boleyn () The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn: The Most Happy () Henry VIII (Very Important People Series) () Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery () The Reformation Experience: Living Through the Turbulent 16th Century () References.
Protestants were executed in England under heresy laws during the reigns of Henry VIII (–) and Mary I (–). Radical Christians also were executed, though in much smaller numbers, during the reigns of Edward VI (–), Elizabeth I (during whose reign, –, some Roman Catholics also were executed, charged with treason), and James I (–).
This term England is here restricted to one constituent, the largest and most populous, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Thus understood, England (taken at the same time as including the Principality of Wales) is all that part of the Island of Great Britain which lies south of the Solway Firth, the River Liddell, the Cheviot Hills, and the River Tweed; its area is 57, Eric Ives displayed an enviable talent for writing popular, scholarly biographies of historical figures, combining vivid and lucid prose with meticulous research Richard Cust Published on Tue 30 Author: Richard Cust.
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William Sheppard, Cromwell's. In The common lawyers ofpre-reformation England Eric Ives shows a mastery of English law that would have impressed both More and Thomas Kebell, the latter the eminent practitioner around whom this case study is constructed.
But the book is far more than a case study; chapters on legal training and practice, the year books, the. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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W. Ives Each book in the series is based upon the biographical entry from the world-famous Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.The third major section of the book explores the legal system of pre-reformation England, and the complicated relationship between the common lawyers and the crown.
The traditional issue of how the common law managed to survive the threat of recep-tion of civil law (which Ives agrees was not a strong possibility), the growing popularity.