A Treatise On The Law Of Scotland Relative To Parent And Child And Guardian And Ward

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Notes for the Use of the Students of the Municipal Law in the University of
Edinburgh ; being a Supplement to Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions. By Alex.
Bayne, Professor of the Municipal Law in the University of Edinburgh. Edin. 1731.
BECK. Elements of Medical Jurisprudence. By T. R. Beck, M.D., and J. B. Beck,
M.D. 6th edition. Lond. 1838. BELL. Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, and
on the Principles of Mercantile Jurisprudence. By George Joseph Bell, Esq.,
Advocate, ...

A Catalogue Of The Law Books In The Advocates Library

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Bayldon (J. S.) A Treatise on the Valuation of Property for the Poor's Rate; with an
Abstract of the Poor Laws relating to Rates and Appeals. Lond. 1828, 8vo. Bayley
(Francis) ... A Summary of the Law of Bills of Exchange, Cash Bills, and
Promissory Notes: by William English Barnes, Esq. Lond. 1813, 8vo. — The same
... Edinb. 1747, 12mo. — Notes for the use of the Students of the Municipal Law in
the University of Edinburgh, being a Supplement to Sir George Mackenzie's
Institutions.

Miscellany Three

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ing civil law in 1710 after James Craig (and others) also advertised lectures,
especially when, later in 1710, Craig was appointed first professor of civil law in
the university of Edinburgh.205 Bayne, like his teacher, Spotswood, also taught
Scots law on the basis of Mackenzie's Institutions.206 Though ... 206 See A.
Bayne, Notes, for the Use of the Students of the Municipal Law in the University of
Edinburgh: Being a Supplement to Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions (
Edinburgh, 1731).

The Law Review And Quarterly Journal Of British And Foreign Jurisprudence

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Crown, was obtained near the beginning of last century, in the reigns of King
William and Queen Anne, for the foundation of a Professorship of Municipal Law,
in the University of Edinburgh; and a Professorship of Roman Civil Law had been
... He appears, also, to have examined his students on the subjects of his
Lectures ; he dictated the additional matter just mentioned, to be taken down by
his students in notes ; and these notes he afterwards published in 1731, as a
supplement to ...

Adam Smith Reviewed

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For the next two professors, see below, text at notes 48-52. 8. That it was Grotian
natural law is indicated both by the title of the chair which reflects the full title of
Grotius' work, and by Abercromby's textbook in 1741: see note 7 above. On the
spread of similar chairs in ... See, e.g., A. Bayne, Notes, for the Use of the
Students of the Municipal Law in the University of Edinburgh: Being a
Supplement to Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions (Edinburgh, 1731), p. 2; and
Edinburgh University ...

Harvard University Bulletin

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LS. Bankton, A. MacDouall, Lord. See Mac- Douall. Bayne, A. Institutions of the
criminal law of Scotland. Edinburgh. 1748. 24o. pp. 70. LS. A summary of his
lectures, for the use of students. Notes, for the use of students of the municipal
law in the university of Edinburgh : being a supplement to Sir G. MacKenzie's
Institutions. Edinburgh. 1749. i6°. LS. Bell, G. J. Commentaries on the laws of
Scotland, and on the principles of mercantile jurisprudence. 2d ed. Edinburgh,
etc. 1S10. 40. LS.

British State Romanticism

Author: Anne Frey
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It is especially clear that Saddletree does not have legal credentials because in
Scotland the law became professionalized at an earlier period than in England.
After 1610, advocates were required to undergo a private examination, defend a
thesis on an assigned topic, and give a speech before the Lords; in 1749 the
Faculty of Advocates added an exam in Scottish municipal law as well as in civil
law. The University of Edinburgh offered courses in Scots law beginning in 1702;
the ...