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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Courts; Bracton, Henry de, d. 1268; Maitland, Frederic William, 1850-1906, ed. Publication date. 3. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Text in Latin.

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Henry of Bracton (or Bratton) (c. 1210-1268) was an English jurist. These volumes, containing his collection of 2,000 lawsuits, are the earliest records of English case law. Volume 3 contains the texts of Pleas in the Bench and before the King from 1224 to 1240

Henry of Bracton (or Bratton) (c. Volume 3 contains the texts of Pleas in the Bench and before the King from 1224 to 1240.

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Cambridge Core - Legal History - Bracton’s Note Book - by Henry de Bracton . Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History. Recommend to librarian.

A Collection of Cases Decided in the King’s Courts during the Reign of Henry the Third.

3 volumes ; 23 cm. Purpose and Intended Audience. Useful for students learning an area of law, Bracton's note book : a collection of cases decided in the King's Courts during the Reign of Henry the Third is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

The Note Book contains notes on some 2000 cases from the old plea rolls of the .

The Note Book contains notes on some 2000 cases from the old plea rolls of the thirteenth century & in Bracton's great treatise, Laws & Customs of England, he refers to these cases in much the same way we do in legal writing today. It has been said that by using cases in this manner Bracton started the common law system of precedent. Maitland's introduction to this set is a rich source of information on the history & times of the period.

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Henry of Bracton (or Bratton) (c. 1210-1268) was a jurist who worked as a Justice of Assize in the south-west of England, and was the author of the first systematic discussion of English common law. The manuscripts which form Bracton's Note Book were discovered in the British Museum in 1884 by Vinogradoff, and were edited in three volumes in 1887 by Maitland. These volumes contain a collection of over 2,000 lawsuits from the thirteenth century, each with a description of how the law should be applied to this set of circumstances. This is the first example of case law in English legal writing, and its usefulness as a record of legal precedent probably led to the creation of Year Rolls (official records of court cases) from 1268.