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Studies and notes supplementary to Stubbs" Constitutional history
|Statement||by Ch. Petit-Dutaillis and Georges Lefebvre.|
|Contributions||Lefebvre, Georges, 1874- joint author., Stubbs, William, 1825-1901.|
|LC Classifications||JN118.S9 P4 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 518 p.|
|Number of Pages||518|
|LC Control Number||78004090|
(This is often called a Council of Regency but according to a reference I’ve recently come across in Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History, p. , by Charles Petit-Dutaillis & Georges Lefebvre, no official Council of Regency was actually appointed). Pollard, The Evolution of Parliament; A. B. White, Self-Government at the King's Command; Petit-Dutaillis and Lefebvre Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History.
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STUDIES AND NOTES SUPPLEMENTARY TO STUBBS' CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY. This refers to Bishop Stubbs' "Constitutional History of England." The book consists of 12 translated (from the French) studies of Stubbs' piece by Charles Petit-Dutaillis, Rector of the Univ.
of Grenoble. First Edition. By Petit-Dutaillis. Printed Seller Rating: % positive. Additional Studies and notes supplementary to Stubbs Constitutional history book Format: Online version: Petit-Dutaillis, Charles, Studies and notes supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional history.
Get this from a library. Studies & notes supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional history. [Charles Petit-Dutaillis; William Stubbs]. Excerpt from Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History: Down to the Great Charter M. Petit-dutaillis willingly acceded to the suggestion and has read the proofs of the translation.
The extracts from his preface, given elsewhere, explain more fully than has been done above the reasons for and the nature of the revision of Cited by: 1.
The twelve studies and notes here printed have been translated from the French of Professor Ch. Petit-Dutaillis in order to provide the English student with a supplement to the first volume of bishop Stubbs' "Constitutional History of England." The recent appearance of the first volume of a French translation of that classical work, more than thirty years after the publication of the.
Title Studies and notes supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional history, (Publications of the University of Manchester) Binding Hardcover. Book Condition Used: Good. Type Hardcover. Publisher Manchester University Press Seller ID Studies and Notes supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional H istory Down to the Great Charter BY CHARLES PETIT-DUTAILLIS Honorary Professor in the University of Lille Rector of the University of Grenoble Agents for the United States LONGMANS, GREEN & CO.
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Paged continuously Vol. 3 by Ch. Petit-Dutaillis and Georges Lefebvre Translation of Notes et études historiques which appeared in Histoire constitutionnelle de l'Angleterre, the French edition of Stubbs' Constitutional historyPages: Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Paged continuously Vol. 3 by Ch. Petit-Dutaillis and Georges Lefebvre Translation of Notes et etudes historiques which appeared in Histoire constitutionnelle de l'Angleterre, the French edition of Stubbs' Constitutional history.
William Stubbs HonFRSE (21 June – 22 April ) was an English historian and Anglican bishop. He was Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford between and He was Bishop of Chester from to and Bishop of Oxford from to 2 Education and career to 3 Approach to church mater: Christ Church, Oxford.
Studies Supplementary to Stubbs, p. Henry III and the Lord Edward, p. Professor Émile Lousse of Louvain in his valuable account of th e origins of representative institutions on the Continent commends Maitland for his reference to the estates in his Constitutional History, p. 75, condemning Stubbs’ insularity in.
Letters of William Stubbs, Bishop of Oxford, ed. Hutton. The Constitutional History of England in Its Origin and Development, (sixth edition ), Volume One Volume Two Volume Three; Charles Petit-Dutaillis, Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History, Volume One Volume Two.
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2 The first two volumes of these Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History (, ), are by Petit-Dutaillis; the third () by G. Lefebvre. Since all three are now published as one volume, the work will henceforth be referred to as Petit-Dutaillis and Lefebvre.
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