Law journals in nineteenth-century Scotland [trans. R. Anderson]

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Zimmermann, R. ; Anderson, R.G. (2008)
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    16 (1831) 1 Edinburgh Law Journal 219.

    17 (1831) 1 Edinburgh Law Journal 244, 350, 438, 577; 2 Edinburgh Law Journal (undated) 11, 161.

    18 2 Edinburgh Law Journal 1.

    19 2 Edinburgh Law Journal 63.

    20 2 Edinburgh Law Journal 25.

    21 2 Edinburgh Law Journal 58 (“from the German of Professor Puggé”).

    22 Malcolm (n 1) at 156 suggests the Journal was published intermittently until 1836.

    23 Many other loose law tracts have been collected and are stored together in boxes. In addition the Advocates' Library holds a number of law tracts from the eighteenth century, such as A Bayne, Institutions on the Criminal Law of Scotland (1748); A Dissertation on the Laws of Elections for the Counties of Scotland (1767); Observations on Regiam Majestatem (undated but pre-1799); J Borthwick, An Inquiry into the Origins and Limitations of the Feudal Dignities of Scotland (1775); G Stuart, Observations concerning the Public Law and the Constitutional History of Scotland (1779); J Miller, Elements of the Law relating to Insurance (1787); J Dalrymple, Considerations on the Polity of Entails in a Nation (1765).

    24 By “A Juryman” (1815) 24 pp.

    25 By J Douglas (1830) 40 pp.

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