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(p. 773) Index

(p. 773) Index

Aarons Rod Blossoming (Gillespie), 363, 365
Abbot, George, 512
Abbott, Henry, 230
Absalom and Architophel (Dryden), 745
Accidens of Armorie (Legh), 131, 143, 147, 164, 165, 168, 169, 173, 174, 177
Account of the Province of Carolina in America, An (Francis Smith), 540
Acolastus, 82
Act of Settlement (1559), 228
Act of Supremacy (1534), 147, 169, 171
Act of Uniformity (1559), 339, 340
Acts and Monuments (Foxe), 284
Adams, Nicholas, 695
Adamson, Gilbert, 553
Adelman, Kenneth, 719
Admiralty, High Court of, 260, 338
Admonition to Parliament (1572), 340
aenigmata iuris, 151, 155
aenigmata iuris (Nebrija), 155
aequitas. see equity
Aethiopica (Heliodorus), 638, 639, 644
Agamben, Giorgio, 161, 315, 576
Agammemnon (Seneca), 93
agency, Levellers and legal, 604
Agreement of the People (1647), 614
Agricola, Rudolf, 36, 37
Alarum against Usurers (Lodge), 129
Alchemist, The (Jonson), 411, 478, 480
Alexander the Great, 90
Alfield, Thomas, 343
Alfred the Great, King, 366
All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare), 404
Altman, Joel, 688
American Declaration of Independence (1776), 771
anachronism, international law, and, 709
Ancient Law (Maine), 279
Anderton, William, 533, 543, 545
Animadversions (John Milton), 525
Animadversions upon Mijn Heer Fagels Letter (Care), 533
Anne, Queen, 252
Annus mirabilis (Dryden), 737
Answer to the XIX Propositions (Charles I), 592
anticlerical satire, 304, 311, 534
Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act (2001), 548
Aphthonius, 36, 37
Apology for Actors (Thomas Heywood), 475
Apology for Poetry (Philip Sidney), 29
Appeale from the Degenerate Representative Body the Commons of England Assembled at Westminster, An (Thomason), 614
Aquinas. see Thomas Aquinas
Arcadia (Philip Sidney), 90
Archeion, Or, A Discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in England (Lambarde), 72, 278, 291
Areopagitica (John Milton), 354, 507, 508, 525, 526, 527
‘Aretina, or, The Serious Romance’ (Dryden), 674
Argument of Nicholas Fuller of Grayes Inne Esquire, 520
Aristotle
annotations from, 74
Art of Rhetoric, 322
contract, 401, 403
equity, 321, 333
Ethics, 321, 324, 325, 328, 334
generatione et corruptione, De, 470
history, 664
oeconomica, 158
(p. 774) Poetics, The, 175
poetry, 8, 175
politics, 165, 169
Politics, 74, 169, 324, 326, 473
reading of, 211
references to, 470, 471, 473
rhetoric, 25, 32, 33, 267
Rhetoric, 25
science, 713
slavery, 733
tragedy, 572, 573
Arlington, Henry Bennet,1st Earl of, 535
armis Romanis, De (Gentili), 18, 710, 715, 717, 718, 721, 725
armis Romanis libri duo (Gentili), 721, 722
Armitage, David, 731
Arnold, Oliver, 401
arrest warrants, due course of law, and, 594
Ars amatoria (Ovid), 513
Art of Rhetoric (Aristotle), 322
Art of Rhetoric (Thomas Wilson), 26, 29, 31, 35, 88, 100, 267
Arte of English Poesie (Puttenham), 91, 474, 660
Arte or Crafte of Rhethoryke, The (Cox), 35, 89
Articles devised for the bringing up in vertue and lerninge of the Queenes Majesties wardes (Nicholas Bacon), 86
Articles of Religion (Calvin), 649, 651
artificial persons. see corporations
As You Like It (Shakespeare), 406, 417
Ascham, Roger, 39
Assizes
judges, 241
power to take indictments, 242
Quarter Sessions, and, 247, 251, 252
sessions, 241
transfer of serious cases to, 247, 494
Aubrey, John, 376
Auctoritate Dei Patris (1222), 488, 489, 502
Audley, Thomas, 55
Augustine, 74, 304, 498, 500, 713
Axton, Marie, 83
Aylmer, John, 172
Babington, Zachary, 262, 263
Bacon, Francis
editor, 49
fall from power, 193
Gray’s Inn member, 176
legal and literary imagining, 16
legal career, 95
legal texts, 655
Lord Chancellor, 264
masques, 13, 189
naturalism, 266
Somerset trial, 192
Star Chamber, 281
stoicism, 571
Sutton’s Hospital case, 470, 471, 476
Trotte, Nicholas, and, 94
Bacon, Nicholas, 86, 91, 137, 184
Bagshaw, Edward, 63, 208
Baillie, Robert, 354, 370
Baker, John H., 4, 10, 47, 49, 51, 80, 85, 87, 90, 208, 305, 309, 434, 442
Bakhtin, M. M., 399
Baldus de Ubaldis, 445, 446, 471
Bale, John, 14, 281, 301, 305, 306, 311, 316, 318
Bancroft, Richard, 495, 496
Bankes, John, 63, 70, 71
Barbour, Reid, 571
Barker’s Case (1603), 494, 497
Barlow, William, 341
Barnard, John, 513
Baron, Jane, 3
Baron, Sabrina, 514
Barry, Lording, 126
Bartelot, John, 305
Bartholomew Fair (Jonson), 7, 399, 411, 420, 424, 479, 480, 482
Bartolovich, Crystal, 433, 434, 446
Bartolus de Saxoferrato, 146
Basilicon doron (James I), 675
Bastwick, John, 514, 523
Bate’s Case (1606), 520
Baxter, Richard, 376
Baxter, Simon, 470
Beal, Peter, 67
Beattie, John, 271
Beaumont, Francis, 186
Becon, Thomas, 316
(p. 775) Bell, Maureen, 521
Bellany, Alistair, 16, 17
Benefits, Of (Seneca), 578, 579
Berlant, Lauren, 718
Bernard, Richard, 80, 81
Bethel, Slingsby, 736
Bevan, Amanda, 242
Beza, Theodore, 314, 365
Bible
dueness in, 593, 594
gilt, 376
natural law, and, 611
printing of, 509
proof text, as, 362
reading, 31
references from, 108, 366, 367, 370, 374, 378, 385, 499, 594
slavery in, 625
Bingham of Cornhill, Thomas Bingham, Baron, 548
birthrights
arrest warrants, and, 594
dual character of, 589
due course of law, and, 587, 593, 599
jury trials, and, 597
Bishops’ Ban (1599), 138
Bigamy Act (1603), 415
Bill of Privileges (1675), 768
Bill of Rights (1689), 674
Blackstone, William, 468, 548, 550, 770
Blair, Ann, 48
Bland, Mark, 514, 517
Bland. D.S., 8
Blazon of Gentry (Ferne), 128
Blundeville, Thomas, 93
Bodin, Jean
Method for the Easy Comprehension of History, 716
République, 72, 73
slavery, on, 625
Bodrugan, Nicholas, 695
Boece, Hector, 698
Boiastuau, Pierre, 701
Boke Named the Governor, The (Elyot), 23, 24, 87, 131, 167
Boke of Iustices of Peas, The, 492
Boke of wisdome (John Larke), 107
Bondman, The (Philip Massinger), 17, 569, 579, 585
Boniface, Pope, 696
Book of Common Prayer (1559), 338, 340, 341, 344, 348, 349
Book of the Grail, 440
Book of the Poor (liber pauperum). see emblem books
Booke Of Notes and Common places (John Marbeck), 108
Boose, Lynda, 400
Bosewell’s Works of Armorie (John Boswell), 143
Boswell, John, 143
Bourdieu, Pierre, 127, 664
Bourne, Nicholas, 515, 516
Bower, Edmond, 459, 460
Bower, Walter, 680
Bowne, Tobias, 541
Boyd White, James, 3
Boyle, Robert, 266
Bracton, Henry, 74, 171, 280, 655
Braddick, Michael, 6, 619
Bradley, A.C., 688
Brett, Annabel S., 737
Briefe Description of the Notorious Life of John Lambe, A, 458
Brinsley, John, 30, 31, 35, 36
Briscoe, John, 64, 446
Broken Heart, The (Ford), 413
Brome, Richard, 462
Brooke, Robert, 51, 72
Brookes, Nathan, 535
Brooks, Christopher, 2, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 137, 281
Brown, Anthony, 178
Browne, Tobias, 541
Bruce, Rev. Robert, 675
Brut Chronicle, 313
Brutus (Cicero), 25
Buchanan, George, 532, 673, 674
Buckingham, George Villiers,1st Duke of, 17, 191, 195, 549
Bunyan, John, 533, 534
(p. 776) Burdett, Francis, 600
Burke, Edmund, 770
Burnet, Gilbert, 266, 543
Burrow, Colin, 168
Burton, Henry, 514, 523
Burton, Jonathan, 624
Bush, George W., 719
Butler, Bishop, 269
Butler, Edward, 544
Butler, Martin, 13
Butler and Baker’s Case (1591), 72
Butter, Nathaniel, 515, 516
Byrne, Susan, 147
Cade, Jack, 491
Calow, William, 51
Calverly, Thomas, 203
Calverley family, 201
Calvert, Cecil, 762, 763
Calvert, Elizabeth, 535
Calvert, George, 762, 763
Calvert, Giles, 535
Calvin, Jean, 314, 571, 577, 649, 651, 732
Calvin’s Case (1608), 80, 170, 468, 471, 592, 755, 760, 761, 762, 767, 770
Campion, Edmund, 343
Canmore, Malcolm, 698
Canning, J.P., 471
Care, Henry, 523, 540, 542
Carey, Nicholas, 537
Carleton, Dudley. see Dorchester, Dudley Carleton, Lord
Carlisle, James Hay,1st Earl of, 553
Carryll, John, 54
Carson, Neil, 397
Cartwright, Thomas, 343
Cary, Robert, 86
Case of Libels (John Seymour), 537
Case of the Armie Truly Stated (Wildman and Petty), 613
Case of the Dutchy of Lancaster (1561), 178
Castelvetro, Lodovico, 401
casuistry, evidence and, 268
Catalogus gloriae mundi (Chasseneuz), 160
Cataneo, Giovanni Maria, 36
Cavendish, Margaret, 209
Caxton, William, 698
Cecil, Robert, 495
Cecil, William, 65, 66, 91, 340, 695, 703
censorship
arbitrary power, and, 525
clandestine printing activities, 534
early Stuart period, 509
exceptional circumstances, 514
Henry VIII, under, 525
James II, under, 540
Milton’s Areopagitica, 507
Printing Act, enactment of, 530
Printing Act, end of, 543
Restoration period, 529
revisionist historical views of, 517
rhetoric and, 523
routineness of, 520
Star Chamber, 16, 513
Stationers’ Company, 521, 524, 536
Certaine Devises and shewes presented to her Maiestie by the Gentlemen of Grayes-Inne, 176
Chaloner, William, 544
Chamberlain, John, 181
Chambers, E.K., 397
Chancery. see Court of Chancery
Chapman, Livewell, 522, 527
Characters (Overbury), 129
Charles I, King
Answer to the XIX Propositions, 592
Codex Alexandrinus, 367
execution, 206, 598
Felton trial, 550, 552, 561
masques, 196
personal rule, 13, 194
Privy Council, 512
reign, 62, 743
resistance to, 674
Scottish Justices, 681
ship money, 355
stoicism, 571
trial, 605, 615
wardships, 424
Charles II, King, 207, 208, 215, 216, 244, 540, 543, 569, 766
Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 710
(p. 777) Charter of Liberties and Privileges (1683), 765
Chasseneuz, Barthèlemy, 159
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 304, 305, 475
Chauncey, Ichabod, 540
Chicheley, Henry, 694
Cholmely, Hugh, 70
Chrimes, Stanley Bertram, 48
Christianity. see religion
Chronickes (Claudius Quadrigarius), 578
Chronicle (Edward Hall), 690, 695, 698, 699, 703
Chronicle (Hardyng), 695, 697, 698
Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (Holinshed), 284, 289, 694
church courts
breach of faith action, 656
cases, 224
defamation jurisdiction, 488, 490
enforced marriages, 424
jurisdiction, lack of, 344
Justices of the Peace, and, 5
Latin records, 673
marital contracts, 416
marital separations, 415
royal courts, as, 338
satire, 678
Scotland, 676, 678
Cicero
Brutus, 25
and gentleman lawyer, 131
humanism and rhetoric in relation, 23
inventione, De, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 100, 103, 104
legal advocate, 608
legibus, De, 75
Merchant of Venice, and, 100, 102, 104, 111, 113
officis, De, 75
oratore, De, 24, 658
Pro Milone, 35, 39
reading of, 210
references from, 74, 75, 90
rhetoric, 8, 267, 658
Topica, 32, 33
Ciceronianus (Erasmus), 24
‘Cinyras and Myrrha’ (Ovid), 745
Citizens United Case (USA), 468
‘City Comedy’, 15
City of God (Augustine), 74
Claim of Right (1689), 674
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 195, 206
Clarendon Code (1661–65), 215
Clarendon’s House-Warming (Andrew Marvell), 535
Clark, Stuart, 450
Clark, William, 230
Claudius Quadrigarius, 578
Clayton, Robert, 212
Cleaver, Rober, 451
Clegg, Cyndia Susan, 514, 515, 516, 518
clemency and statemanship, 569
clementia, De (Seneca), 107, 570, 585
Cleon, 322
Code Michaux (1629), 533
Codex (Justinian), 148, 496, 499, 500
Codex Alexandrinus, 366
Cogan, Thomas, 107, 108
Coke, Edward
birthrights and due course of law, 591, 594, 601
colonial law, 755, 759, 764
commissioned legal texts, 66
commonplace book, 74
corporations, law of, 467
dedications to, 262
Dyer, James, and, 70
education, 81
fall from power, 193
Felton trial, 552
Inner Temple chambers, 190
Institutes, 64, 71, 75, 143, 260, 556, 592, 598, 611, 652
jurisdiction of Parliaments, 617
legal and literary imagining, 16
legal career, 95
legal texts, 72, 211, 655
legal theory, 159, 190, 191, 307, 335, 396
legal training, 81
libel law, 487
libellis famosis, De, 16, 487, 488, 495, 496
Mainprize, Little Treatise of Baile and, 66
murder, definition of, 652
Reports, 48, 62, 72, 80, 170
Somerset trial, 192
(p. 778) Star Chamber, 281
torture, rejection of, 548, 556
Coke, John, 552
Coleman, Thomas, 364, 365
Colet, John, 24
College of Justice, 679
Collinson, Patrick, 13, 164, 173
colonialism
colonial statutes, 751, 753, 764, 768, 769
hybrid objects, and, 661
liberty and, 747
natural law, and, 728
slavery and, 636
Comedy of Errors, The (Shakespeare), 405, 406, 407
Commentaries (Plowden), 68, 439, 652, 656
Commentary on Littleton (Coke), 64, 72
common law scholarship. see see legal education, skills and training
common learning
binding precedent, and, 57
development of, 47, 53, 58
emergence of, 12
individual insight, and, 52
legal profession, of, 11, 85
reliance on, 52, 57, 58
sense of, 56
standardized legal texts, and, 57
unwritten system of, 200
Common Pleas, Court of, 5, 124, 207, 396, 418, 437, 491, 549, 656, 756
community law enforcement, 221
Compleat Parson (Dodderidge), 63
Complete Angler, The (Walton), 212
Condon, Margaret, 254
Condren, Conal, 710, 714, 717, 720
Conflict of Conscience, The (Woode), 351
Conquest of Granada, The (Dryden), 19, 728, 730, 735, 736, 739, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 746
conscience, epieikeia and, 320
conscribendis epistolis, De (Erasmus), 37
constables
depictions of, 13, 226
effectiveness of, 226
Justices of the Peace, and, 681
local law enforcement, 221, 224, 225, 231, 232
offenders as, 234
Scotland, 681
social composition, 226, 228
contract
law of, 393
marriage contracts. see marriage contracts
Conyngsby, William, 55
Cook, John, 606
Cope, Anthony, 260
copia verborum et rerum, De (Erasmus), 24, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 38, 267
Corax, 25
Coriolanus (Shakespeare), 476
Cormack, Bradin, 7, 8, 305
corporations
artificial persons, 467
dramatic portrayals of, 476
legal personality in present day, 480
literary portrayals of, 472
Corpus iuris (Justinian), 487
Cotterell, James, 534
Countrey Justice (Dalton), 80, 594
county commissions of the peace, 240, 242, 244, 249
Court Leete, Le (Kitchin), 66
Court of Chancery
‘court of conscience’, as, 329
equity, 210, 418, 422, 428
marital separations, 414
moots, 23, 87
patents, 519
pleadings, 201
Plowden, Edmund, and, 52
satire, 217
size, 207
subpoenas, 332
trial procedure, 98, 260
Court of Requests, 6, 422
courts of equity, 224, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 422, 592
Coustau, Pierre, 156, 157, 158
Covenanting Revolution (1638–51), 674
Coventry, Thomas, 494, 539
Cover, Roger, 588
Coverdale, Miles, 499
(p. 779) Cowell, John, 514, 524
Cox, Leonard, 35, 88, 89
Craig of Riccarton, Thomas, 669, 674
Craik, T.W., 694, 706, 718
Cranmer, Thomas, 499
credibility of evidence. see evidence
criminal libel. see libel law
Cromartie, Alan, 11, 14
Crompton, Richard, 268, 492
Cromwell, Oliver, 194, 207, 227, 617, 619, 729, 735, 765, 766
Cromwell, Thomas, 243, 304, 310, 605, 613
Crowne, John, 216
Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru, The (Davenant), 733, 740
Curtis, Robert, 443
Curtis, T. C., 234
Cygnia cantio (Daniel Featley), 514
Cymbeline (Shakespeare), 17, 626, 627, 638, 640, 643
Cyprian, 74
Dalrymple of Stair, Sir James, 670, 677
Dalton, Michael, 80, 81, 95, 268, 594
Dante, 304
Darby, John, 533, 535, 542
Darnell’s Case (1627–28), 596
Davenant, William
Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru, The, 733, 740
Preface to Gondibert, 739, 740, 741
Proposition, 744
Selden, John, and, 379
David II, King of Scotland, 706, 707
Davies, C. L., 630
Davies, John, 12, 121, 131, 187, 637, 643
Davies, Nick, 525
Davis, Cushman K., 202
Davis, Natalie, 5, 6
Davison, Francis, 189, 201
Day, John, 126, 416
De L’Amitié (Montaigne), 301
de las Casas, Bartolomé, 636
Decisions (Stair), 670
Declaration, Conteynyng the Just Cavsesof This Present Warre with the Scottis, A (Henry VIII, King), 695, 696, 698, 699, 702
Declaration of Rights. see Bill of Rights (1689)
decorum, professional, 121
defamation
law of, 488
satire as, 678
Defence of Poesie, The (Philip Sidney), 164, 175, 472
Defensio (John Milton), 517
Defoe, Daniel, 670
Dekker, Thomas, 417, 419, 423
demonstrative (epideictic) oratory, 28
Denton, Thomas, 86
Derrida, Jacques, 576
Destruction of the Indies (de Las Casas), 636
Devil Is an Ass, The (Jonson), 461, 462, 463, 464
Dewar, Mary, 165
D’Ewes, Simonds, 555
Dewey, John, 480
Diary (Henslowe), 397
Dido (Gager), 82
Didone (Dolce), 82
Digest (Justinian), 148, 156, 158, 496, 498
diis Syriis, De (Selden), 372, 379
Diogenes Laertius, 576
Diotrephes (Udall), 514
Direccions for Speech and Style (Hoskyns), 89
Direction or Preparative to the Study of Law (Fulbecke), 90
Directions to a Painter (Elizabeth Calvert), 535
Discourse between Law and Conscience, about a sitting of the Scottish parliament, A (Sempill), 677
Discoverie of a Gaping Gulf (Stubbs), 514
Disney, William, 533
Dissertatio ad Fletam (Selden), 372
Dixhoorn, Chad Van, 356, 359
Dockwra, William, 540
Doctor and Student (St German), 74, 333, 656
Doctor Faustus (Marlowe), 405, 407
Doctor Lamb Revived (Edmond Bower), 459
Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (John Milton), 354
Dod, John, 451
(p. 780) Dodderidge, John, 63, 66, 73, 74, 75, 160
‘Dogberry effect’, 13
Dolan, Frances, 15
Dolce, Lodovico, 82
Domesticall Duties, Of (Gouge), 451
dominio regali et politico, De (Fortescue), 170
Domitian, Emperor, 561
Donne, John, 7, 128, 129, 199, 201
Dorchester, Dudley Carleton, Lord, 552
Dorset, Edward Sackville,4th Earl of, 554, 555
Douglas, Gavin, 18, 676
drama, legal training and early, 80
Drummond of Hawthornden, William, 18, 674
Dryden, John
Absalom and Architophel, 745
Annus mirabilis, 737
‘Aretina, or, The Serious Romance’, 674
Conquest of Granada, The, 19, 728, 730, 735, 736, 739, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 746
Essay of Dramatic Poesy, 744
Fables Ancient and Modern, 745
Indian Emperour The, 730, 731, 732, 734, 735, 746
Indian Queen, The, 730, 731
Dubrow, Heather, 406
Duchess of Malfi, The (Webster), 416
Dudley, Robert, 163, 165, 174, 178
due course of law
arrest warrants, and, 594
birthrights and, 587
concept of, 593
equity and, 17
jury trials, and, 597
narrow operation of, 594
widening of, 599
Dugdale, William, 143, 165, 166
Dunbar, William, 18, 683
Durante degli Alighieri. see Dante
Durham Chancery, 422
Dutch, satire against, 730, 744
Dutton, Richard, 704
Dyaloge bytwyxt a Doctoure of Dyvynitie and a Student in the Laws of Englande. see Doctor and Student
Dyer, James, 70, 178, 437, 438, 539, 655
Dzelzainis, Martin, 16, 526
ecclesiastical polity, Hooker’s Laws of, 337
Eden, Kathy, 8, 12, 573, 689
Edward I (Greene), 699
Edward I, King, 618, 695, 696
Edward I (Peele), 700, 703, 705
Edward II (Marlowe), 699
Edward III, King, 758
Edward III (anon), 699, 700, 701, 703, 705, 706
Edward IV, King, 54, 697
Edward VI, King, 178, 695, 696
Edward of Westminster and Lancaster, Prince of Wales, 170, 171
Edward the Confessor, King, 698
Edwards v. Wootton (1608), 502
Eirenarcha (Lambarde), 62, 63, 492, 594, 595, 596, 681
Ekskybalauron: or, the Discovery of a Most Exquisite Jewel (Urquhart), 668
Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen, 758
Elementorum rhetorices (Melanchthon), 35
Eliot, T. S., 109
Elizabeth I, Queen
accession to throne, 123, 171, 172
Ascham, Roger, and, 39
assize court records, 492
commissions of the peace, 244
communion wafer cakes controversy, 339
death, 199, 753
entertainment at Inns of Court, 95, 166
excommunication of, 343
hybrid legal instruments, 657
lay baptism controversy, 341
legal interpretation, 655
libel law, 493
monarchical republic. see Elizabethan monarchical republic
Quarter Sessions, 251, 254
recusancy laws, 342
succession by James I, 702
tributes in literature and plays, 83, 134, 167, 188, 306
wardships, crown sales of, 424
(p. 781) Elizabethan monarchical republic
female succession to the Crown, controversy over, 172
Fortescue’s De laudibus legum Angliae, 169
Inner Temple, 164
legal profession, and, 163
poet-lawmakers, 175
Ellesmere, Thomas Egerton,1st Baron, 65, 74, 493, 495, 496, 655
Elliott, John, 10
Elphinstone, William, 678
Elton, Edward, 517
Elyot, Thomas, 23, 24, 87, 131, 167, 169, 175
emblem books
Book of the Poor (liber pauperum), 146
common law, and, 142
emblem as figurative depiction, 144
import of Roman and foreign law, as, 147, 160
origins of, 146
signs of obscure or difficult knowledges (aenigmata iuris), 151, 155
empire. see colonialism
Endymion (Lyly), 83
Engagement Oath, 607
Epicene: or The Silent Woman (Jonson), 338, 414, 420
epideictic (demonstrative) oratory, 28
epieikeia
concept of, 321
conscience and, 320
equity and, 14, 176, 326, 331, 656
medieval understanding of, 324
St German’s theory of, 328
Epieikeia (Hake), 333, 656
Epigrammes (Davies), 121, 131
‘Epistle to Maister Gilbert Montcrief, Ane’ (Alexander Hume), 676
Epitome (Thomas Smith), 695, 697, 698, 699
equity
aequitas and, 321, 325
Chancery and, 210
clemency and, 575, 585
colonialism and, 735, 743
courts of, 224, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 422, 592
due course of law, and, 17
epieikeia and, 14, 326, 331, 656
law and, 151
law of, 279
literary representations of, 99
monarchy and, 182, 328
natural law, and, 325
principle of, 366
Scotland, 669, 670, 673, 677
Erasmus
Bible commentary, 362
Ciceronianus, 24
conscribendis epistolis, De, 37
copia verborum et rerum, De, 24, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 38, 267
humanist education, 23, 26
humanist philosophy, 435, 443, 478
legal proofs, 27
legal training, 24
monasticism, 305
ratione studii, De, 31
religious immunity, 314
rhetoric, 28, 31, 37, 267
Erastus, 364, 372, 373, 375, 384
Eric XIV, King of Sweden, 174
Erickson, Amy, 413
Esposito, Roberto, 303
Essay of Dramatic Poesy (Dryden), 744
Essay on Humane Understanding (Locke), 266
Essex, Robert Devereux,2nd Earl of, 187
Ethics (Aristotle), 321, 324, 325, 328, 334
ethos, professional, 127
Evans, Meredith, 292
Everard, William, 601
Every Man in his Humour (Jonson), 13
Every Man Out of His Humour (Jonson), 181
evidence
casuistry, 268
character witnesses, 270
circumstantial, 269
competence and credibility, 270
credibility, 265
grand jurors’ oath, 261
judiciary, 272
law of, 257, 272
multiple witnesses, 270
oath-breaking, 271
oaths, 258
oath-taking by witnesses, 259
(p. 782) perjury, 271
rhetoric as source of credibility standards, 267
trial jurors’ oath, 263
excommunication
Gillespie/Selden debate, 361
Milton on, 368
Selden’s De synedriis, 353
Selden’s scriptural interpretation, 365
Exeter Book, 406
Fables Ancient and Modern (Dryden), 745
Faerie Queene, The (Spenser), 18, 472, 476, 626, 637, 649, 651, 657, 659, 660, 661, 665
Fairfax, Blackerby, 684
Fairfax, Edward, 472
Fairfax, Thomas, 613, 614
Famous Victories (play) (1599), 13
Fane v. Acton (1584), 493
Fasolt, Constantin, 710, 711, 713
‘Feathery Scribe’. see Beal, Peter
Featley, Daniel, 514, 517
Felton, John, 17, 548
Ferne, John, 128
Finch, Henry, 65, 73
Finch, John, 195
Finet, John, 186
First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, The (Knox), 172
Firth, C. H., 621
Fitzherbert, Anthony
erroneous attribution to, 491
graunde abridgement, La, 51, 655
Newe Boke of Justyces of Peas, 492
Five Knights’ Case. see Darnell’s Case
Flatman, Thomas, 540
Fleetwood, William, 62, 63, 64, 68, 73, 74
Fletcher, John, 412, 414
Floures (Plat), 434
Flower, Francis, 176
Ford, John, 413, 419
foreign law, emblem books as import of, 160
Fortescue, John
authority as legal scholar, 655
dominio regali et politico, De (Fortescue), 170
Inns of Court, on, 48
laudibus legum Angliae, De (In Praise of the Laws of England), 17, 74, 164, 170, 292, 294
lawyers, on, 175
natura legis naturae, De (Fortescue), 327
Plowden, Edmund, and, 52
torture, rejection of, 548, 556
Foucault, Michael, 4
Foundacion of Rhetorike, The (Rainolde), 36
Fowler, Alastair, 400
Foxe, John, 284
Foxley, Rachel, 609, 618
Fraunce, Edward, 32, 33, 34, 121, 147, 177
freedom, slavery distinguished from, 625
Froide, Amy, 421
Frowyk, Thomas, 55, 76, 442
Fuenteovejuna (Vega), 576
Fulbecke, William, 57, 58, 90, 94, 176
Fulgens and Lucrece (Medwall), 282, 295
Fuller, Nicholas, 520
Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina (1669), 732
Gadamer, Hans-George, 714
Gadd, Ian, 510
Gager, William, 82
Gaguin, Robert, 702
Gaius, 161
Gallagher, Catherine, 480
Gallathea (Lyly), 83
Garden of Eloquence, The (Peacham), 292
Gascoigne, George
awareness of legal language and procedure, 7
Hundredth Sundrie Flowers, 434
poetic contest, 93
Supposes, 82, 130
Gaskill, Malcolm, 6, 460
Gawdy, Francis, 494
Gell, Alfred, 664
generatione et corruptione, De (Aristotle), 470
Geneva Bible, 499
Geneva Conventions (1864), 725
Gentili, Alberrico
(p. 783) armis Romanis, De, 18, 710, 715, 717, 718, 721, 725
armis Romanis libri duo, 721, 722
injustitia bellica Romanorum actio, De, 722
iure belli libri tres, De, 716, 717
gentleman lawyer, satirical portrayal of, 131
Gerson, Jean, 326, 331, 333, 335
Gerusalemme Liberata (Tasso), 472
Gesta Grayorum (Hoskyns), 187, 188
Gibbon, Thomas, 62
Gibson, Marion, 456
Gieskes, Edward, 127
Gilbert, Humphrey, 759
Gillespie, George, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365, 368, 369
Gismond of Salerne (play), 82
Glanvill, Ranulf de, 655
Glynne, John, 207
Godly Forme of Houshold Government, A (Dod and Cleaver), 451
God’s Holy Mind (Elton), 517, 518
Golding’s Case (1586), 396
Golden Age Restored, The (masque), 192
Goldie, Mark, 543
Goodare, Julian, 683
Goodman, Godfrey, 167, 225
Goodrich, Peter, 11, 12, 13, 426
Googe, Barnabe, 130
Gorboduc (Heywood), 82, 94, 175
Gorboduc (Norton and Sackville), 699
Gorton, Samuel, 620
Gouge, William, 451
Gough, Richard, 233
Gowing, Laura, 6
Grace Abounding (Bunyan), 533, 534
Grafton, Anthony, 58
Grafton, Richard, 695, 697, 698
Grainge, George, 539
Grand Case of Subjection to the Higher Powers (James Jones), 543
Graunde Abridgement (Brooke), 72
graunde abridgement, La (Fitzherbert), 51, 655
Gray’s Inn
admittance to, 91, 94
festivals, 185
library, 50
members of, 90, 93, 121
plays performed at, 83, 95, 166, 176, 177, 187, 190, 191, 192, 699
readings at, 63, 67
‘voluntary contributions’, 186
Grazia, Margaret de, 433
Great Charter (1638), 764
Great Contract (1610), 426
Green, John, 55
Green, Thomas, 271
Greenberg, Janelle, 284
Greene, Robert, 126
Greenshields, Rev. James, 670
Gregory, Brad, 712, 713, 714
Grevill, William, 55
Grey, Lady Jane, 172
Grimston, Harbottle, 214
Grotius, Hugo, 74, 211, 364, 618, 729
Guide to Grand Jury Men (Bernard), 80
Guilpin, Everard, 129, 136, 138
Guy, John, 169, 493
Habeas Corpus, 215, 218, 415, 607, 617, 680
‘habitus’, 127
Hagenbach, Peter von, 710
Hague Convention (1899), 725
Haigh, Christopher, 340
Hake, Edward, 14, 333, 335, 656
Hale, Matthew
admiration for, 377
Commission (1652), 261
Grotius, Hugo, and, 74, 211
importance, 206, 213, 387
juries, 264, 270
legal texts, 210, 213, 655
legal theory, 211
Lincoln’s Inn, and, 69, 207
oath-taking by witnesses, 260
Restoration church settlement, 215
Selden, John, and, 376
Hale Commission (1652), 261
Hales, John, 699, 701
Hall, Edward, 689, 691, 694, 698, 702, 704
Hall, John, 230
Hall, Joseph, 138
Halliday, Paul, 17, 620
Halliwood’s Case (1601), 499
(p. 784) Hamburger, Philip, 522
Hamlet (Shakespeare), 7, 632, 657
Hampden, John, 520
Harborowe for faithful Subiectes, An (Aylmer), 173
Hardying, Richard, 695
Hardyng, John, 695, 697, 698, 699
Hare, Hugh, 63, 72
Harman, Joan, 230
Harrington, James, 517
Harvey, Gabriel, 80, 88
Hatton, Christopher, 65
Haverkamp, Anselm, 144, 145, 146, 147
Hawarde, John, 495, 496, 497
Hawles, John, 271
Hayaert, Valérie, 143, 147, 156
Haydon, Sir William, 66
Hearne, John. see Savage, Robert
Heath, Robert, 553
Heifetz, David, 254
Heliodorus, 638
Helmholz, R. H., 10
Heninger, S. K., 176
Henrietta Maria, Queen, 194
Henry, Prince of Wales, 13
Henry II, King, 758
Henry IV, King, 282, 284, 288
Henry IV, Part I (Shakespeare), 14, 278, 283, 284, 628
Henry IV, Part II (Shakespeare), 14, 172, 277, 627, 629, 720
Henry V, King, 282, 289, 694, 696, 697, 699, 702, 716
Henry V (Shakespeare), 18, 19, 629, 687, 699, 709
Henry VI, King, 170, 697
Henry VI (Shakespeare), 125
Henry VII, King, 73, 240, 242, 254, 282
Henry VIII, King
Bale’s King Johan, and, 281, 308
break from Rome, 214, 656
censorship, 525
chief ministers, 243
common law reform, 437
ecclesiastical polity, and, 351
Inns of Court, 85
Kingdom of Ireland, 665
political philosophy, 171
privy counsellors, 244
reign, 54, 228
Scotland, claim to, 695, 696, 698, 699, 702
successors, 172
Henryson, Henryson, 676, 678
Henryson, Robert, 18
Henslowe, Philip, 15, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399
Heraclitus Ridens (Newsheet), 540
Herbert, Edward, 195, 663
Herennium, Ad (pseudo-Cicero), 25, 26, 32
Heritable Jurisdictions Act (1748), 682
Herle, Charles, 361
Hermagoras, 25, 26
Herrup, Cynthia, 5, 271
Hesilrige, Arthur, 616
Heyward, Edward, 142
Heywood, Jasper
Gorboduc, 82, 94, 175
Gray’s Inn, 93
Thyestes, 94
Wise Woman of Hodgdon, 459
Heywood, Thomas, 475
Hiatt, Alfred, 697
Hickeringill, Edmund, 540, 541
Hill, Christopher, 518, 534
Hindle, Steve, 6
Histoires Tragiques, 700
Historia Maioris Britanniae (Mair), 698
Historia regum Britanniae (Monmouth), 695
Historical Collections (Rushworth), 549, 555
Historie of Tithes, The (Selden), 361, 372, 373, 386
history, legal. see legal history
Histrio-Mastix (Marston), 128, 133
Histriomastix (Prynne), 186, 514, 516, 523, 606
Hitchcock, Robert, 107
Hitchens, Christopher, 719
Hoak, Dale, 695
Hobbes, Thomas
compact of sovereignty, 743
contracts and obligations, 209, 211, 739, 742
corporations, law of, 468, 476, 477, 482
(p. 785) credible testimony, 265
Davenant, William, and, 730, 744
Erastianism, 372
homine, De, 477
Leviathan, 477, 739
liberty, theory of, 611
natural law, 210
poetry criticism, 741
political theory, 425
reasoning, 210
Selden, John, and, 375, 376, 377, 379, 381, 383
slavery, 637
sovereignty, theory of, 729
state of nature, 9, 210
Hobby Lobby Case (USA), 468
Hoffmann of Chedworth, Leonard Hoffmann, Baron, 549, 550
Holberton, Edward, 19
Holdsworth, Richard, 49
Holinshed, Raphael, 284, 289, 689, 694, 696, 702
Holles, Denzil, 537
Homer, 29, 156
Homilie agaynst Disobedience and Wylful Rebellion, 283
homine, De (Hobbes), 477
Hooker, Richard, 14, 15, 337, 338, 344, 345, 346, 347, 469
Hopkins, Matthew, 455, 456, 460, 461
Hopper, Joachim, 74
Horn, Andrew, 618
Horner, Olga, 281
Hoskyns, John
Direccions for Speech and Style, 89
Gesta Grayorum, 187, 188
Prince D’Amour, Le, 186, 188
Royal power to levy impositions, on, 183
Hostiensis, 324
Houston, Rab, 18
Hudson, William, 494, 503
Huffington, Arianna, 719
Hughes, Thomas, 81, 82, 83, 87, 94, 166, 176, 177, 699
Hulsebosch, Dan, 18, 19
human sacrifice, slavery and, 639
humanist education
law and literature in relation, 29, 92
rhetoric and, 23
Hume, Alexander, 674, 676, 677
Hume of Godscroft, David, 673
Humphreys, A. R., 289
Hundredth Sundrie Flowers (Gascoigne), 434
Hurst, James Willard, 4
Hutson, Lorna, 9, 18, 81, 198, 469
Hutton, Richard, 520
Hutton, Ronald, 529
hybrid objects (hypallage)
colonialism and, 661
early common law, and, 652
hypallactic hybridity in Spenser’s Faerie Queene, 657
literary device, as, 649
Hymenaei (Jonson), 478
Hymnes of Astraea in Acrosticke Verse (Davies), 134
Ibbetson, David, 10, 16, 80
Iliad (Homer), 156, 321
images. see emblem books
imperialism. see colonialism
In Praise of the Laws of England (Fortescue). see laudibus legum Angliae, De
Indian Emperour, The (Dryden), 730, 731, 732, 734, 735, 746
Indian Queen, The (Dryden and Howard), 730, 731
individuality and natural law, 610
Ingram, Arthur, 191
Ingram, Jill, 433
Ingram, Martin, 5, 233
inheritance. see birthrights; wills
Injunctions of 1559, 511, 524
injustitia bellica Romanorum actio, De (Gentili), 722
Inner Temple
and Elizabethan monarchical republic, 164
emblem, 178
festivals, 185
(p. 786) lectures, 208
library, 50
members of, 66, 376
and Middle Temple, 166
plays performed at, 82, 163, 177, 190
princes, 186
readings at, 62, 67
Innocence Vindicated (Chauncey), 540
Innocent III, Pope, 306
Innocent IV, Pope, 471
Inns of Chancery
admittance to, 87
bills, 201
and Inns of Court, 65, 128
members of, 201, 287, 431
readings at, 64
Restoration England, 199
training at, 124, 207
Inns of Court
admittance to, 87
Elizabethan monarchical republic, and, 164
festivals, 181, 193
history plays, and, 699
importance of, 11
Inns of Chancery, and, 65, 128
legal materials produced at, 434
legal satire, and, 121
literary associations with, 80
masques, 82, 87, 180, 189
readings on statutes, 41, 61, 200
residence at, 217
Restoration England, 199
revelry, 183
scholarship in, 76
Scotland, 684
scribes, 68
students, 23, 32, 431, 439, 446
studies of, 10, 12, 13
training in, 177
Institutes (Edward Coke), 64, 71, 75, 143, 260, 556, 592, 598, 611, 652
Institutes (Justinian), 74, 498, 636
Institutes of the Christian Religion (Calvin), 649
Institutio oratoria (Quintilian), 24, 25, 26, 27, 34, 100, 658
Institutions (Stair), 670
international law, anachronism and, 709
Interpreter (Cowell), 514
inventione, De (Cicero), 25, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 100, 103, 104
Ireland, John, 679
Ireland, Kingdom of, 665
Ireton, Henry, 615
Isidore, 74
iure belli libri tres, De (Gentili), 716, 717
Ius feudale (Craig), 669
Jackson, Ken, 312
Jackson, Louise, 456
James I, King of England
absolutism, 171
accession, 341, 469, 704, 753
constitutional monarch, 182
diplomacy, 180
equity, 677
libel law, 487, 494
masques, 191
Massinger’s The Bondman, and, 569
merger of English and Scottish Crowns, 753
Roman law, 669
Scottish church, 675
Scottish law, 673, 682
Shakespeare’s Henry V, and, 700, 703
wardships, 424
James I, King of Scotland, 702, 707
James II, King of England, 208, 215, 216, 541, 543, 544, 765
James IV, King of Scotland, 678
James the Fourth (Greene), 126
James VI, King of Scotland. see James I, King of England
Jameson, Frederic, 400
Janus Anglorum (Selden), 372
Jardine, David, 550
Jardine, Lisa, 58
Jenkins, David, 541, 598, 615
Jew of Malta, The (Marlowe), 351, 629
Jocasta (play), 82
John, King, 14, 301, 305
Johnston of Warriston, Sir Archibold, 675
Jones, James, 541
Jones, Richard, 431
Jonson, Ben
Alchemist, The, 411, 478, 480
(p. 787) Bacon, Francis, and, 91
Bartholomew Fair, 7, 399, 411, 420, 424, 479, 480, 482
Devil Is an Ass, The, 461, 462, 463, 464
Epicene: or The Silent Woman, 338, 414, 420
epigrams, on, 12
Every Man in his Humour, 13
Every Man Out of His Humour, 181
Hymenaei, 478
lawyer’s love of money, on, 125
Love Restored, 183
Masque of Queens, The, 478
Panegyre, 182
Tale of a Tub, A, 13
Time Vindicated to Himself and to His Honours, 180
Volpone, 125, 480
judicial rhetoric, 97, 604, 690
jure belli ac paci, De (Grotius), 618
jure naturali & gen, iuxta disciplinam Ebraeorum, De (Selden), 354, 360, 362, 363, 366, 367, 372
Juris canonici, 338
jury trials
due course of law, and, 597
evidence. see evidence
Justices of Gaol Delivery, 492
Justices of the Peace
changes in social composition, 239
and church court officers, 5
constitutional role of, 173
county commissions of the peace, 240, 242, 244, 249
examination procedure, 8
Justices of Gaol Delivery, and, 492
lawyers’ role as, 167
local constables, and, 681
local law enforcement, 222, 227, 229, 231, 232, 236
manuals for, 63, 65, 224, 268, 594
manuscript informations, 6, 47, 55, 62
oath of allegiance, 73
Quarter Sessions, 209, 225, 231, 232, 234, 235, 239, 247, 253, 258, 494
Scotland, 681, 685
studies of, 14
Justinian
Codex, 148, 496, 499, 500
Corpus iuris, 487
Digest, 148, 156, 158, 496, 498
Institutes, 74, 498, 636
law of, 669, 674
Pandects, 156
Kahn, Paul W., 290
Kahn, Victoria, 8, 9, 209, 210, 620, 739
Kant, Imanuel, 725
Kantorowicz, Ernst, 3, 9, 16, 178, 445, 468, 469
Keach, Benjamin, 540
Kebell, Thomas, 46, 47, 48, 55
Keeble, Neil, 533
Keep the Widow Waking (Dekker, Rowley, Ford, and Webster), 424
Keeton, George W., 309
Kent, Joan R., 227
Kerwin, William, 136
Kiffin, William, 540
King Johan (Bale), 281, 306, 318
King Lear (Shakespeare), 173, 404, 626, 628
King Leir (Queen’s Men), 699
King’s Bench, 5, 124, 207, 217, 396, 493, 494, 497, 595
‘King’s Scholars’, 92
Kitchin, John, 66
Knight, Sarah, 85, 93
Knox, John, 172, 675
Korda, Natasha, 412
Koskenniemi, Martti, 714, 725
Kreuger, Robert, 135
Krey, Gary De, 730
Kyd, Thomas, 7
Lake, Peter, 523
Lambarde, William
administration of the law, 280
Archeion, Or, A Discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in England (Lambarde), 72, 268, 278, 291
due course of the law, 599
Eirenarcha (Lambarde), 62, 63, 492, 594, 595, 596, 681
‘good laws’, 283
Star Chamber, 281
(p. 788) Lambe, John, 458
Lambert, Sheila, 512, 514, 515
Lancaster, John, 94, 176
Lancastrian statute (1402), 332
Landau, Norma, 14
Lander, J.R., 254
Langbein, John H., 551, 558
Langton, Stephen, 306, 307, 310
Larke, John, 107, 108
Larkin, George, 16, 533, 534, 535, 540, 542
Late Lancashire Witches, The (Heywood and Brome), 462, 463, 464
Latour, Bruno, 286
Laud, William, 211, 355, 376, 520, 525, 555
laudibus legum Angliae, De (In Praise of the Laws of England) (Fortescue), 17, 74, 164, 170
law and rhetoric in relation, 450
‘Law and Society’ movement, 4, 5
law enforcement, local, 221
Law of Freedom in a Platform (Winstanley), 605
law reform
Henry IV, Part II, 277
Henry VIII, 437
historiography, 279, 294
law and literature in relation, 277
relationships between offices of government, 283
rhetoric and, 279, 281
Law Tricks (Day), 126, 416
Lawes Divine, Morall and Martiall (Virginia Colony, 1610), 761
Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie, Of the (Hooker), 15, 337, 344, 345, 346, 347
Lawes Resolution of Women’s Rights, The (Thomas Edgar?), 217, 462
lawyers. see legal profession
Laws (Plato), 322
Laws and Customs of England (Bracton), 74, 488
Lawyer’s Logike, The (Fraunce), 32, 33, 177
Layton, Richard, 304
Learned Commendation of the Politique Lawes of England, A (Fortestcue tr. Mulcaster), 171
legal agency, Levellers and, 604
legal education, skills and training
authors’ uses of legal training, 137, 675, 677
circulation of legal scholarship, 61
common learning. see common learning
continuance of oral learning, 75
early drama, and, 80
Erasmus and, 23
fictional cases (‘moots’), use of, 23
Inns of Court. see Inns of Court
oral and written scholarship in relation, 62
rhetoric, use of, 23
sources of scholarship, 71, 76
transition from oral to textual learning, 61
legal emblems. see emblem books
legal history
Civil War and Restoration era, 205
Elizabethan era, 199
law and literature in relation, 198
legal profession
1590’s, in, 122
education, skills and training. see legal education, skills and training
professional decorum, 121
professional ethos (‘habitus’), 127
public attitudes towards lawyers, 125
satire. see satire
legal satire. see satire
Legall Fundamentall Liberties of the People of England, The (John Lilburne), 605
Legall Vindication of the Liberties of England, against Illegall Taxes and Pretended Acts, A (Lilburne), 606
Legh, Gerard, 131, 143, 147, 164, 165, 168, 169, 173, 174, 178, 184
legibus, De (Cicero), 75
Lesaffer, Randall, 714
L’Estrange, Roger, 531, 532, 533, 535, 541
Letter of the Ministers of the City of London Presentedto the Reverend Assembly of Divinesagainst Toleration (1 January 1646), 354
Letter to the Bishop of Sarum: Being an Answer to his Lordships Pastoral Letter (Lowthorp), 543
Levellers, legal agency, 604
Leviathan (Hobbes), 477, 739
(p. 789) Lex, rex, or, the Law and the Prince (Rutherford), 674
libel law
Coke’s report of Pickering’s Case, 495
defamation, earlier law of, 488
Jacobean law of libel, 501
origins of, 487
Star Chamber and development of, 492
libellis famosis, De (Edward Coke), 16, 487, 488, 495, 496
liber pauperum (Book of the Poor). see emblem books
liberty, colonialism and, 747
licensing. see censorship
Licensing of the Press Act (1662). see Printing Act (1662)
Licensing Order (1643), 507
Life and Death of King John (Shakespeare), 306, 309, 311
Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (political tract), 620
Lilburne, Elizabeth, 600
Lilburne, John
acquittal of, 523
due course of law, 599
jury trial, on, 597
Legall Fundamentall Liberties of the People of England, The, 605
Legall Vindication of the Liberties of England, against Illegall Taxes and Pretended Acts, A, 606
rhetoric, 17
Lily, William, 24
Limits of History, The (Fasolt), 710, 712, 713
Lincoln’s Inn
bequests to, 69
library, 50
manuscript informations, 57
members of, 69, 431, 434
readings at, 57, 64, 67, 68
scribes, 68
unpaid bills, 186
Literary Culture of Nonconformity (Keeble), 533
Littleton, Edward
Edward Coke’s commentary on, 64, 72
readings, 58, 62
Tenures, 64, 74
Lloyd, David, 375, 376
Lobban, Michael, 4
local law enforcement, 221
Locke, John
Essay on Humane Understanding, 266
Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, 732
legal background, 210
marriage, on, 425
Selden, John, and, 381
Two Treatises of Government, 379
Lockwood, Shelley, 294
Locrine (anon), 699
Lodge, Thomas, 129, 571
Long Parliament Dissolved, The (Holles), 537
Loomba, Ania, 624
‘Lord Governance and Lady Public Weal’ (Sergeant Roo), 82
Lorenz, Philip, 576
Lorich, Reinhard, 36
Loss of Love, The; He zemia tes agapse: (Waite), 534
Love, Christopher, 597
Love and Self-Love (play), 187
Love Restored (Jonson), 183
Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare), 205
Lowthorp, John, 543, 544
Lucian, 142
Lucius Annaeus Seneca. see Seneca
Ludus Literarius (Brinsley), 30
Luther, Martin, 305, 317
Lycurgus, 324
Lyly, John, 83
Lyndsay of the Mount, Sir David, 671, 678
Lyndwood, William, 489
Lyon’s Inn, 62, 67, 166, 178
Lyttleton, Thomas de, 655
Macbeth (Shakespeare), 403, 405, 629
Macfarlane, Alan, 222
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 571, 719
Machlinia, William de, 51
Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Sir George, 669, 674
Magna Carta (1215), 17, 55, 305, 550, 556, 588, 607, 611, 616, 618, 621, 762, 764
Magnusson, Lynne, 130
Maine, Henry Sumner, 279, 725
(p. 790) Mainprize, Little Treatise of Baile and (Edward Coke), 66
Mainwaring, George, 434
Mair, John, 698, 702, 706
‘Maister Penroodocke’, 176
Maitland, F. W., 4, 467, 476, 685, 713
Malet, Baldwin, 55, 280
Manby v. Scott (1659), 427
Manley, Lawrence, 135
Marbeck, John, 108
Mare clausum (Selden), 210, 372, 379
Marlowe, Christopher, 138, 629, 632
Marowe, Thomas, 46, 55, 62
Marprelate, Martin, 514, 516, 524
Marprelate tracts (1588–89), 514
marriage contracts
dramatic portrayals of, 410
enforced marriages, 423
historiography of marriage, 426
legal developments in, 416
legal instruments, use of, 418
limits on contractual freedom, 427
marital separations, 414
marriage settlements, 411
politics of marriage, 425
women and, 420
women litigants, 422
Marshall, Stephen, 361
Marston, John, 128, 132, 133, 138
Martin, Cornelius, 316
Martin, Henri-Jean, 530
Martin, Richard, 134, 183, 184, 187
Marvell, Andrew
Clarendon’s House-Warming, 535
Cromwellian verse, 605
Second Advice to a Painter, 534, 535
Third Advice to a Painter, 534, 535
Marvell, John, 379
Mary, Queen of Scots, 693, 695, 703
Mary I, Queen, 172, 228
Mary II, Queen, 543, 544
Mason, John, 695
Mason, Roger, 697
Masque of Blackness, The, (Jonson) 182, 183
Masque of Flowers, The, 191, 192
Masque of Heroes, 190
Masque of Mountebanks, The, 186, 190, 191
Masque of Queens, The (Jonson), 478
Masque of the Inner Temple and Gray’s Inn, The, 185, 190
Masque of the Middle Temple and Lincoln’s Inn, The, 185
masques
Bacon, Francis, and, 189
Charles I, and, 193
ideology of law, and, 180
Inns of Court, 82, 87, 180, 189
Jonson, Ben, and, 478
symbolic functions of, 183
Massey, Ralph, 55
Massinger, Philip
awareness of legal language and procedure, 7
Bondman, The, 17, 569, 579, 585
Roman Actor, The, 17, 561
Mastin v. Escott, 348, 349, 350
Match Me in London (Dekker), 423
Matthews, Nancy, 279
Maynard, John, 206, 214, 216, 217, 598, 600
Mazower, Mark, 725
McBain, James, 12, 281
McEachern, Claire, 692
McGlynn, Margaret, 10, 12, 69
McGrade, Arthur S., 337
McIntosh, Marjorie Keniston, 223
McKenzie, Don, 509, 510, 511, 512, 518, 519, 521, 522, 525
Mead(e), Joseph. see Mede, Joseph
Mearne, Warden, 537, 539
Measure for Measure (Shakespeare), 351, 413
Mede, Joseph, 181, 185, 554, 555, 557
Medea (Seneca), 93
Medwall, Henry, 281, 295
Melanchthon, Philip, 32, 35
Melville, Andrew, 673, 674
Memoires of the Lives of Eminent Personages (Lloyd), 375
Memorable Masque, The (play), 186, 190
Menestrier, François, 158
Merchant of Venice, The (Shakespeare), 12, 97, 210, 404, 406, 410, 419
Mercurius Aulicus (newsbook), 526
Meroure of Wyssdome, The (Ireland), 679
(p. 791) Merryweather, Anne, 544
Metamorphoses (Ovid), 73, 74, 167
Method for the Easy Comprehension of History (Bodin), 716
Meyler, Bernadette, 1, 2, 17
Michaelmas Term (Thomas Middleton), 411, 419
Middle Temple
admittance to, 89
Hall, 124
and Inner Temple, 166
legal opinions, 70
masques, 184, 185, 186
readings at, 67
students, 23, 52
Middleton, Anne, 423
Middleton, Thomas
awareness of legal language and procedure, 7
City drama, 201
Michaelmas Term, 411, 419
Phoenix, The, 125
Roaring Girl, The, 417, 423
Widow, The, 423
Midsummer Night’s Dream, A (Shakespeare), 351, 475
Mills, James, 230
Milsom, S. F. C., 4, 329, 434, 445
Milton, Anthony, 523
Milton, John
Animadversions, 525
Areopagitica, 354, 507, 508, 525, 526, 527
career, 605
defence of regicide, 606
Defensio, 517
Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, 354
excommunication, on, 354, 368
legal knowledge, 7
Lilburne, John, and, 620
New Forcers of Conscience, On the, 354, 368, 369
Paradise Lost, 367, 370, 522, 605
Readie & Easie Way, 522
Reason of Church Government, The, 355
Selden, John, and, 355, 379, 381
Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, The, 739
writings of,