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Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia

Christopher Saint German

Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia

by Christopher Saint German

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Published by J. Rastell in [Londoni .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDoctor and student
    SeriesEnglish legal sources -- no. H-1857.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16592285M
    LC Control Number87723076

      In the classic common law text on equity, Christopher St. Germain‘s Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia (), also known as Doctor and Student, “lands and goods” could only be taken away from their owners in one of two ways: with the owners assent, or by law. Saint-German is, however, chiefly remembered as author of 'Doctor and Student', a handbook for legal students, which was not superseded until the appearance of Blackstone's 'Commentaries'. This work was first issued by Rastell in in Latin, under the title 'Dialogus de Fundamentis Legum et de Conscientia'.

      Author of Dyaloge in Englysshe, Dyaloge in Englysshe bytwyxt a doctoure of dyvynyte and a student in the lawes of Englande, A treatise concernynge the diuision betwene the spiritualtie and temporaltie, Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, The dialogue in English, betweene a doctor of divinitie and a student in the lawes of England, Two dialogues in English, between a doctor Written works: An exact abridgement of that excellent treatise called Doctor and student. In , St. Germain published his first book, Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, known as Doctor and Student after the titles of the two interlocutors, a doctor of divinity.

    Until Blackstone published his Commentaries in , St. Germain's Doctor & Student was widely used as a law student primer. The Doctor and Student was originally printed in Latin in (no copies of this edition are extant) and in London by John Rastell under the title Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia. The jurist Christopher St. Germain had published Dialogus de fundamentis legum et de conscientia in , and by he translated this from Latin into English and included it with another dialog in the vernacular referred to as Doctor and Student. These emphasized the need for parliamentary approval in English lawmaking.


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Two dialogues in English, between a doctor of divinity, and a student in the laws of England, of the grounds of the said laws, and of conscience Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia. Saint German, Christopher.

[Edition statement:] Newly revised and re-printed. Written by Christopher Saint German. Wing and DNB. Two dialogues in English, between a doctor of divinity, and a student in the laws of England, of the grounds of the said laws, and of conscience Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia.

Saint German, Christopher. [Edition statement:] Newly revised and re-printed. Written by Christopher Saint German. Wing and : Copertina flessibile. First published in as Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, St German’s influential dialogue between a Doctor of Law and a student was first published in English in The present edition (the second), further revised, is bound with the similarly revised second edition of the Second dialogue first published by Treveris at the end of November 77, [3]; 99, [7] first dialogue is a modified translation of his: Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de t from colophon."The seconde dyalogue in englysshe.

newly corrected and imprinted with newe addycions" has separate divisional title page, register, and parts contain the revised last leaf bears printer's mark on. Contains 2 dialogues. The 1st was published in Latin () as: Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia.

A modified English translation appeared. Copy number: (T)(1) Bound with: 1. Christopher Saint German, Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia. London: John Rastell, (STC ); is a true copy of the ordynaunce London: Nicholas Hill, [] (STC ); maner of kepynge a.

1 Chr. Saint German: Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia. The Dialoges in English between a Doctor of Diunity, and a Student in the lawes of England. Londini, {Plucknett, T. T.–Barton, J. (eds): St. Germain’s Doctor and Student.

I concentrate primarily on juristic ideas of custom attendant on the theories espoused by Fortescue in De laudibus (written c. ) and developed in the first half of the sixteenth century, notably by the barrister and jurist Christopher St German, author of Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, more commonly known as Doctor and Student, published in English in Author: Paul Raffield.

Saint German: Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia. The Dialoges in The Dialoges in English between a Doctor of Diunity, and a Student in the lawes of England.

7Christopher Saint German, Dialogus de Fundamentis Legum Anglie et de Conscientia (): see STC et seq. for the numerous editions, translations, and amplifications of this work; subsequent references are to The Dialogues in English, between a Doctor of Divinity and a Student in the Lawes of England (London, STC ); Justus Lip.

Dialogvs de fundamentis legum Angliae et de conscientia Catalog Record Only Printer's name conjectured by STC. Signatures: A-K⁸.

Signatures: A-K⁸. ESTC S STC (2nd ed.) Contains a biography and bibliography of Saint German reprinted from. This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original work The dialogue in English, betweene a Doctor of Diuinitie, and a student in the lawes of England (): Christopher Saint German: : Books.

Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia Dialogvs de fundamentis legum Angliae et de conscientia: Responsibility: per Christopherum de Sancto Germano communiter Seyngerman confectus, cuius mentio est in principio secundi libri Dialogorum inter sacrae theologiae doctorem et studentem legum Angliae.

Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia by: Saint German, Christopher. Published: () Similar Items. As the admissions records held in the Archive only start inhis admission record does not exist. However, he is referred to in the Minutes of Parliament as an ‘outer barrister’ inalong with Christopher Saint German, the author of Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia in Get this from a library.

Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia. [Christopher Saint German]. Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia / [Christopher Saint German].

KF ZC2 S A Hereafter foloweth a dyaloge in Englysshe bytwyxt a doctoure of dyuynyte and a student in the lawes of Englande: of the groundes of the sayd lawes and of conscyence. In the classic common law text on equity, Christopher St. Germain‘s Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia (), also known as Doctor and Student, “lands and goods” could only be taken away from their owners in one of two ways: with the owners assent, or by law.

Contains Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, Dialoge in Englysshe bytwyxt a doctoure of dyvynyte and a student in the lawes of England (a modified translation of the preceding work), and Secunde dyaloge in Englysshe bytwene a doctour of dyvynyte and a.

InSt. Germain published his first book, Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, known as Doctor and Student after the titles of the two interlocutors, a doctor of divinity and a student of the laws of England, a barrister. Doctor and Student is a study of the relationship between the English common law and conscience.

“A LL OF ITS AUTHORITY RESTS," Jefferson wrote about the Declaration of Independence to his fellow Virginian, Richard Henry Lee, "on harmoni.在其于年以拉丁文完成、年出版(英文版出版于年)的《博士与学生》(Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, or, Doctor and Student)以及年完成的《小议传票令状》(A Little Treatise Concerning Writs of Subpoena)中,圣杰曼主张,良心必须总是建立在一些.Notes: Also available online in The Making of Modern Law and HeinOnline (subscription databases)Abstract: Contains Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, Dialoge in Englysshe bytwyxt a doctoure of dyvynyte and a student in the lawes of England (a modified translation of the preceding work), and Secunde dyaloge in Englysshe.