Author:Edward Coke

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Edward Coke

English lawyer and judge

Edward Coke


  • Reports (1600-15), in thirteen parts (parts 1-11 in French, 12 & 13 unfinished)
  • A Booke of Entries, containing perfect and approved Presidents of Courts, Declarations, Informations, &c (1614)
  • The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, or a Commentary upon Littleton; not the name of the author only, but of the law itself (1628)
  • The Second Part of the Institutes . . . containing the exposition of many ancient and other statutes (1642)
  • The Third Part of the Institutes . . . concerning high treason, and other pleas of the crown, and criminal causes (1644)
  • The Fourth Part of the Institutes . . . concerning the jurisdiction of courts (1644)
  • The Compleat Copyholder, being a learned discourse of the antiquity and nature of manors and copy-holds with all things thereto incident (1630)
  • A Little Treatise of Bail and Mainprize (1635)
  • Le Reading del mon Seignior Coke sur l'estatute de 27 Edw. I appells l'estatute de Finibus Levatis (1662)
  • The Lord Coke, his Speech and Charge at the Norwich Assizes (1607)
  • Discourse on the Unlawfulness of Private Combats

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