2 edition of Edmund Plowden, 1518-1585 found in the catalog.
Edmund Plowden, 1518-1585
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Rare Book Collection 2. Edmund Plowden (). Les Comentaries, ou les Reportes de Edmunde Plowden. [London]: In ædibus Richardi Tottelli,  Rare Book Collection, Ruben T. Durrett Collection 3. Thomas Ashe (fl. ), ed. Abridgement des touts les Cases Reportes alarge per Mounsieur Plowden. London: for the Company of. Edmund Plowden () on the subject of lawyers. Expand Navigation Unless otherwise noted, this article was written by Lloyd Duhaime, Barrister, Solicitor, Attorney .
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Edmund Plowden, Cambridge, Printed for the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple at the University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Edmund Plowden; Edmund Plowden; Edmund Plowden: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard O'Sullivan.
Edmund Plowden ( - ) was born in Shropshire, the eldest son of a local landowner. A Edmund Plowden of the Middle Temple, Edmund Plowden began recording cases around Plowden's devotion to Catholicism, while politically and socially unpopular at varying points in his life, did little to derail his 1518-1585 book career.
He held a variety of posts and positions, including an appointment to the Author: Edmund Plowden. From Wikipedia: Sir Edmund Plowden ( – 6 February ) was a distinguished English lawyer, legal scholar and theorist during the late Tudor period.
Life Plowden was born at Plowden Hall, Lydbury, Shropshire. Sir Edmund Plowden ( – July in Lydbury, Shropshire, England) also titled Lord Earl Palatinate, Governor and Captain-General of the Province of New Albion in North America was an explorer and colonial governor who attempted to colonize North America in the mid-seventeenth century under a grant for a colony to be named New attempt, fraught with mutiny.
Description. Sir Edmund Plowden (–) was a lawyer and legal theorist who wrote about the nature of the king’s two bodies – the idea that there is an abstract concept of the king as well as his physical body – and the relationship between the king and his subjects. Edmund Plowden (), Les Commentaries, ou Reportes de Edmunde Plowden un Apprentice de le Comen Ley (London, ) [with] La Second Part de les Reports, ou Commentaries (London, ).
Edmund Plowden’s Commentaries was the first of the “nominative reporters,” reports cited by the reporter’s name. Edmund Plowden Edmund Plowden in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Edmund Plowden was born inin United Kingdom. Edmund passed away on February 6at age First Edition in English of the First Nominative Reporter Plowden, Edmund The Commentaries, Or Reports of Edmund Plowden, Of the Middle-Temple, Esq; An Apprentice of the Common Law, Containing Divers Cases upon Matters of Law, Argued and Adjudged in the Several Reigns of King Edward VI.
Queen Mary, King and Queen Philip and Mary, And Queen Author: Edmund Plowden. Plowden, Edmund. The commentaries, or reports of Edmund Plowden, of the Middle-Temple, Esq; and apprentice of the common law, [electronic resource]: Containing divers cases upon matters of law, argued and adjudged in the several reigns of King Edward VI.
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Subjects: Plowden, Edmund, -- Lawyers -- England -- Biography. Lawyers. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Edmund Plowden ( - ) was born in Shropshire, the eldest son of a local landowner. A member of the Middle Temple, Plowden began recording cases around Plowden's devotion to Catholicism, while politically and socially unpopular at varying points in his life, did little to derail his successful career.
He held a variety of posts and positions including an appointment to the Author: Edmund Plowden. An Early Guide to Plowden's Reports Plowden, Edmund A she, T homas fl.
Abridgement des Touts les Cases Reportes Alarge per Mounsieur Plowden, Ouesque les Exceptions al Pleadings, & Leur Responses, Les Resolutions des Matters in Ley, & Touts Auters Principal Matters Surdants sur les Arguments de Mesmes.
Composee & Digest per T.A. Edmund Plowden (c—) probably began his legal career inwhen he was admitted to the Middle Temple, one of the Inns of Court that have trained and regulated barristers since the fourteenth century.
A devout Roman Catholic, his career began with rapid advancement in the government under Queen Mary, but after the accession of.
PLOWDEN, EDMUND (–), jurist, born at Plowden, Shropshire, inwas the eldest son of Humphrey Plowden, esq., of that place, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Sturry, esq., of Ross Hall in the same county, and relict of William Wollascot, esq.
Les Commentaries Ou Reportes de Edmund Plowden London, Edmund Plowden () is recognized as the first reporter of English law, even though James Dyer reported earlier cases. Plowden moved further from the Year Books than Dyer.
Plowden recording the pleadings, the arguments of counsel, and the judgment. Plowden, Edmund, London: printed by William Rawlins, Samuel Roycroft, and H. Sawbridge, assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, Esquires; and are to be sold by Thomas Dring and Charles Harper at the Harrow in Fleetstreet near Chancery-lane end, and at the Flower de Lis, over against St.
Dunstans Church, M DC LXXXIV. The commentaries, or Reports of Edmund Plowden containing divers cases upon matters of law, argued and adjudged in the several reigns of King Edward VI., Queen Mary, King and Queen Philip and Mary, and Queen Elizabeth  by Great Britain.
Courts; Plowden, Edmund, ; Plowden, Edmund, Quæries Pages: Distinguished members of the family include Edmund Plowden (), a distinguished English lawyer, legal scholar and Member of Parliament, he was born at Plowden Hall, Lydbury, Shropshire; Thomas Plowden (), an English Jesuit from Oxfordshire; Sir Edmund Plowden (), grandson of the aforementioned Edmund was.
Les Commentaries Ou Reportes de Edmund Plowden London, Edmund Plowden () is recognized as the first reporter of English law, even though Dyer re-ported earlier cases. Plowden moved further from the Year Books than Dyer, recording the pleadings, the arguments of counsel, and the judgment.
He also. Portrait of Edmund Plowden () of the Middle Temple. By courtesy of Mr. William Plowden of Plowden Hall, Shropshire, England. 3 "The exact significance of this ominous event," says Maitland, "has never yet been duly explored but ominous it surely is." In a footnote he adds: "The cessation of the Year Books in at the.
Edmund Plowden, ;: Autumn reading given in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother at the Middle Temple Hall on 12 November by Richard O'Sullivan | Jan 1, Unknown Binding.Edmund Plowden's collected reports of individual law cases (Item 2) was the first to print only cases in which general legal principles had been explicitly stated and could be abstracted as such (and so written into commonplace books like the one shown in the Commonplace Thinking section).
As such, Plowden provided an important model for.This entry about Edmund Plowden: an Elizabethan recusant lawyer has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Edmund Plowden: an Elizabethan recusant lawyer entry and the Encyclopedia of Law are in each case.