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Author Millar, John, 1735-1801, author

Title An historical view of the English government, from the settlement of the Saxons in Britain to the revolution in 1688 / John Millar ; edited by Mark Salber Phillips and Dale R. Smith ; introduction by Mark Salber Phillips
Published Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, [2006]
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Description 1 online resource (919 pages)
Series Natural law and enlightenment classics
Natural law and enlightenment classics.
Contents ""John Millar, An Historical View of the English Government ""; ""Front Matter ""; ""Title Page ""; ""Copyright Details ""; ""Table of Contents ""; ""Introduction, p. ix ""; ""A Note About the Text, p. xxi ""; ""Acknowledgments, p. xxiii ""; ""Abbreviations Used in the Notes, p. xxv ""; ""An Historical View of the English Government ""; ""Advertisement, p. 3 ""; ""To the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, p. 5 ""; ""Contents, p. 7 ""; ""Introduction, p. 9 ""; ""Volume I. ""
""Book I. Of the English Government, from the Settlement of the Saxons in Britain to the Reign of William the Conqueror """"Chapter I. Preliminary Account of the State of Britain under the Dominion of the Romans, p. 13 ""; ""Chapter II. Character and Manners of the Saxons, p. 28 ""; ""Chapter III. Settlement of the Saxons in Britain, p. 40 ""; ""Chapter IV. Similarity in the Situation of the Anglo-Saxons, and the other Barbarians who settled in the Provinces of the Western Empire, p. 51 ""
""Chapter II. In what Manner the Changes produced in the Reign of William the Conqueror affected the State of the national Council, p. 239 """"Chapter III. Of the ordinary Courts of Justice after the Norman Conquest, p. 250 ""; ""Chapter IV. Progress of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction and Authority, p. 261 ""; ""Chapter V. General View of the kingly Power, from the Reign of Edward I. to that of Henry VII, p. 270 ""; ""Chapter VI. History of the Parliament in the same Period, p. 288 ""; ""Chapter VII. Alterations in the State of the ordinary Courts of Justice, p. 326 ""
""Chapter V. The State of Property, and the different Ranks and Orders of Men, produced by the Settlement of the Saxons in Britain, p. 72 """"Chapter VI. Institution of Tythings, Hundreds, and Counties, p. 93 ""; ""Chapter VII. Of the Wittenagemote, p. 108 ""; ""Chapter VIII. State of the Sovereign in the primitive Anglo-Saxon Government, p. 122 ""; ""Chapter IX. Of the principal Events from the Reign of Egbert to the Norman Conquest, p. 134 ""; ""Chapter X. Variations in the State of Tythings, Hundreds, and Shires, p. 151 ""
""Chapter XI. Changes produced in the Condition of the Vassals, and of the Peasants, p. 157 """"Chapter XII. The Influence of these Changes upon the Jurisdiction and Authority of the feudal Lords, p. 169 ""; ""Chapter XIII. Of Ecclesiastical Courts, p. 177 ""; ""Chapter XIV. Alterations in the State of the Wittenagemote, p. 184 ""; ""Volume II. ""; ""Book II. Of the English Government from the Reign of William the Conqueror, to the Accession of the House of Stewart, p. 197 ""; ""Chapter I. The Norman Conquest, p. 199 ""
Notes "The works and correspondence of John Millar."
Originally published: London : J. Mawman, 1812
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 839-853) and index
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Subject Constitutional history -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Politics and government.
Form Electronic book
Author Phillips, Mark, 1946- editor
Smith, Dale R., 1969- editor
ISBN 1614878331 (e-book)
9781614878339 (e-book)