Lectures on the early history of institutions.

London: John Murray, 1885. Fourth edition, 8vo, pp. [2], viii, [2], 412, 32 ads; later cloth, spine gilt lettered, light wear to covers, overall very good. The result of a series of lectures delivered at Oxford, Lectures deals with Indian law, Mahametan law, feudalism, inclosure, family, tradition, usury laws, etc. Maine, a highly respected legal historian, a vigorous critic of democracy, convinced many legal historians that law and legal institutions must be studied historically if they are to be understood. Item #19536

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