Published in 1883, this three-volume account of English criminal law's development since 1200 remains a classic work of legal historical scholarship.28 3 taken on the ground that it ought to have been either CHAP- IXa statute a instead of a statutes, a or a statutes a instead ... clothes of the said Ann Porter, to wit, a silk gown and a pair of stays, and a silk petticoat and a linen petticoat, and a linen shift. ... The picturesque part of the story is to found in the Newgate Calendar, iii.
|Title||:||A History of the Criminal Law of England|
|Author||:||James Fitzjames Stephen|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-01-23|