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Review of William Lambarde

Richard J. Schoeck

Review of William Lambarde

Archeion or, a discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in England.

by Richard J. Schoeck

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Published by Mediaeval Academy of America in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lambarde, William, -- 1536-1601.

  • Edition Notes

    Offprint from Speculum ; v. 34, no. 4

    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [665]-667.
    Number of Pages667
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15410044M

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      Both printings of Lambarde's Archeion in were licensed (by the same licenser) and not printed under the patent, although as the work combined legal and historical material, its status as a book of the common law might not have been clear (Lambarde, William, Archion, or, A comentary upon the high courts of justice in England [London: Daniel. Eirenarcha: or of the office of the iustices of peace in two bookes: gathered and now reuised, and first published, in the 24 yeere of the Lambard of Lincolnes Inne Gent. : William Lambarde: Books.

    William Lambarde was born on 18 th October to John Lambarde and his wife. His father died when he was 15 years old and he temporarily became the ward of Edmund Hensley. Lambarde’s early life is unknown until he was admitted to .   A Documentary Life. By S. Schoenbavm. Illustrated. pp. New York: Oxford University Press. $ They will have to admit that as a book it is lavishly and ingeniously made and not, for what it.


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William Lambarde Review of William Lambarde book – ) was an antiquarian, writer on legal subjects, and politician. He completed Archeion, or, A Discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in England by The manuscript circulated widely, and a copy was published without.

William Lambarde (18 October – 19 August ) was an English antiquarian, writer on legal subjects, and is particularly remembered as the author of A Perambulation of Kent (), the first English county history; Eirenarcha (), a widely read manual on the office and role of justice of the peace; and Archeion (completed c, though not published until.

William Lambarde Elizabethan Jurist [Dunkel, Wilbur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. William Lambarde Elizabethan Jurist The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle AppAuthor: Wilbur Dunkel. William Lambarde (–) has been much celebrated, and cited, by historians of Tudor England.

Besides compiling what is generally recognized as the earliest county history (A Perambulation of Kent, completed in ; first published in ) and a pioneering edition of Anglo-Saxon laws and customs (Archaionomia, ), Lambarde's Cited by: 7.

William Lambarde; Elizabethan Antiquary Author Warnicke, Retha M. [William Lambarde] Book condition Used Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Published by Phillimore and Co.

Ltd., Shopwyke Hall, Chichester, Sussex First Edition Sussex Place of Publication Salisbury Date published A Perambulation of Kent: Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shire. William Lambarde. 0 Reviews. Preview this book A perambulation of Kent William Lambarde Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.

Virtuous William Lambarde Some years ago today was born William Lambarde, a learned, virtuous, pious justice of the peace. He wrote several books, including one on Anglo-Saxon law, the first history of any county (Kent), and a diary record of his legal decisions on the Kent county circuit as a justice of the peace.

Get this from a library. William Lambarde, Elizabethan jurist, [Wilbur Dwight Dunkel]. Laurence Nowell (c), author of the first dictionary of Old English, and William Lambarde (), Nowell's protégé and eventually the first editor of the Old English Laws, are key figures in Elizabethan historical discourses and in its political and literary society; through their work the period between the Germanic migrations.

A perambulation of Kent, conteining the description, hystorie, and customes of that shire; written in the yeerefirst published in the yearand now increased and altered from the author's owne last copie by Lambarde, William, Pages: Get this from a library. The Elizabethan invention of Anglo-Saxon England: Laurence Nowell, William Lambarde, and the study of Old English.

[Rebecca Brackmann] -- "Laurence Nowell (c), author of the first dictionary of Old English, and William Lambarde (), Nowell's protégé and eventually the first editor of the Old English Laws, are key. I. nElizabeth I was poring over old royal records with the lawyer and antiquarian William their conversation fell to the reign of Richard II, Elizabeth turned to Lambarde.

William Lambarde ( – ) was an antiquarian and lawyer whose writings were marked by his strong Protestantism. He had a devotion to both scholarship and county administration—particularly following his call to the bar in Lambarde's first experience with county administration came with his appointment as commissioner of sewers for Kent the Author: William Lambarde.

These items were among those listed as lot in the Hodgson sale on Jdescribed as "A Collection of MSS Documents and Printed Books, property of W. Lambarde, esq., originally owned by William Lambarde and added to by later members of the family.". The duties of constables, borsholders, tithing men Issue of English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile: Author: William Lambarde: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: 78 pages: Subjects.

Abstract. In Augustthe Kentish antiquarian William Lambarde had a meeting with Elizabeth I, during which the Queen famously compared herself with Richard II; the report of their conversation has become a crucial historical reference-point for Shakespeare scholars and for literary historicists more by: Containing the Description, History and Customs of that County.

by LAMBARDE, William () COVID Update May 1, Biblio is open and shipping orders. Laurence Nowell and William Lambarde Among the brilliant and creative minds that surrounded Oxford during these early years at Cecil House were England’s first and most renowned modern scholar of Anglo-Saxon (or Old English) Laurence Nowell (c.

), and his younger partner in these studies, William Lambarde (). The texts and versions of John de Plano Carpini and William de Rubruquis. by Hakluyt, [Richard], ?,C.

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4). Therefore, William Shakespeare and Edward de Vere – two praised dramatists with well-documented ties to the London theater world – both qualify for consideration as the subject of Lambarde and Elizabeth’s conversation, that unnamed he of the “wicked imagination”, aka “he that will forget God.”.At the beginning of the seventeenth century, English lawyers and scholars of the law began to take a new interest in Magna Carta.

As a result of historical research by sixteenth-century humanists, a new picture of the English legal tradition emerged that cast Magna Carta as an affirmation of principles of individual liberty that were recognized and upheld in England from .Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.