Peerage and Pedigree Studies in Peerage Law and Family History Two Volumes

Round, J. Horace

Editorial: Woburn Press, 1971
ISBN 10: 0713000201 / ISBN 13: 9780713000207
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Hardcover, 8vo. 2 vols. Vol. 1 is 362 pp. Vol. 2 is 408 pp. with index. Top edges stained lihgt purple by publisher. Very good condition. Vol. 2 has some cracking in the front hinge. Both vols have very light rubbing on cover corners. Both vols include DJs in near fine condition with light curling near the edges. All domestic orders $100 and over will be upgraded to USPS Priority shipping at no additional cost. Size: 8vo. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Peerage and Pedigree Studies in Peerage Law ...
Editorial: Woburn Press
Año de publicación: 1971
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good +

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Descripción Frank Cass Publishers, 1971. Estado de conservación: Good. New Ed. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Nº de ref. de la librería GRP86888180

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J. Horace Round
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Descripción The Woburn Press, London, 1971. Burgundy Cloth. Estado de conservación: VERY GOOD (AVERAGE+). Estado de la sobrecubierta: VERY GOOD (AVERAGE). Dustwrapper By Malcolm Stokes Ilustrador. New Impression of the1910 1st Edition. The New Impression of 1971. J. H. Round, described by Page as the father of critical genealogy, wrote a number of works of monumental importance. This is possibly the best known, comprising Rounds's scholarly studies on Peerage Law (volume 1 for the most part), and Family History, (volume 2.) Critical and fascinating questions such as; which were the first Parliament writs of summons? must the writ and sitting be proved for the same person, or can a sitting in a later generation be "referred" to the writ issued to the person first summoned? are discussed. Round's masterly paper " The Muddle of the Law ", which changed thinking on peerage law, is included and every student of history would do well to study Round's critical method and analysis, and his clear and concise language. Reading Round is an exciting, as well as instructive experience. His wit and manner of dissecting his luckless academic opponents make for excellent reading. The simplicity of his exposition, however, belies his profound scholarship. This is a book, which every genealogist and Herald should possess and which every history tutor could well give his undergraduates to read. For those without tutors of such foresight the possession of a copy would be most rewarding. Two volumes Vol 1 xxviii + 362pp Vol 2 vi + 408pp including Index A LOVELY SET in much better than average condtion. This book is IN STOCK and available for immediate shipment.Please email for further details.NO EXTRA POSTAGE BEYOND OUR STANDARD RATES! Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Not Inscribed or Signed. HARDBACK. Nº de ref. de la librería 009625

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J. Horace Round
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Descripción The Woburn Press, London, 1971. Burgundy Cloth. Estado de conservación: Near Fine (NEAR NEW). Estado de la sobrecubierta: NEAR FINE (NEAR NEW). Dustwrapper By Malcolm Stokes Ilustrador. New Impression of the1910 1st Edition. The New Impression of 1971. J. H. Round, described by Page as the father of critical genealogy, wrote a number of works of monumental importance. This is possibly the best known, comprising Rounds's scholarly studies on Peerage Law (volume 1 for the most part), and Family History, (volume 2.) Critical and fascinating questions such as; which were the first Parliament writs of summons? must the writ and sitting be proved for the same person, or can a sitting in a later generation be "referred" to the writ issued to the person first summoned? are discussed. Round's masterly paper " The Muddle of the Law ", which changed thinking on peerage law, is included and every student of history would do well to study Round's critical method and analysis, and his clear and concise language. Reading Round is an exciting, as well as instructive experience. His wit and manner of dissecting his luckless academic opponents make for excellent reading. The simplicity of his exposition, however, belies his profound scholarship. This is a book, which every genealogist and Herald should possess and which every history tutor could well give his undergraduates to read. For those without tutors of such foresight the possession of a copy would be most rewarding. Two volumes Vol 1 xxviii + 362pp Vol 2 vi + 408pp including Index A LOVELY SET. This book is IN STOCK and available for immediate shipment.Please email for further details.NO EXTRA POSTAGE BEYOND OUR STANDARD RATES! Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Not Inscribed or Signed. HARDBACK. Nº de ref. de la librería 009624

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J. Horace Round
Editorial: The Woburn Press, London (1971)
ISBN 10: 0713000201 ISBN 13: 9780713000207
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Descripción The Woburn Press, London, 1971. Burgundy Cloth. Estado de conservación: FINE (AS BRAND NEW). Estado de la sobrecubierta: FINE (AS NEW). Dustwrapper By Malcolm Stokes Ilustrador. New Impression of the1910 1st Edition. The New Impression of 1971. J. H. Round, described by Page as the father of critical genealogy, wrote a number of works of monumental importance. This is possibly the best known, comprising Rounds's scholarly studies on Peerage Law (volume 1 for the most part), and Family History, (volume 2.) Critical and fascinating questions such as; which were the first Parliament writs of summons? must the writ and sitting be proved for the same person, or can a sitting in a later generation be "referred" to the writ issued to the person first summoned? are discussed. Round's masterly paper " The Muddle of the Law ", which changed thinking on peerage law, is included and every student of history would do well to study Round's critical method and analysis, and his clear and concise language. Reading Round is an exciting, as well as instructive experience. His wit and manner of dissecting his luckless academic opponents make for excellent reading. The simplicity of his exposition, however, belies his profound scholarship. This is a book, which every genealogist and Herald should possess and which every history tutor could well give his undergraduates to read. For those without tutors of such foresight the possession of a copy would be most rewarding. Two volumes Vol 1 xxviii + 362pp Vol 2 vi + 408pp including Index A LOVELY SET. This book is IN STOCK and available for immediate shipment.Please email for further details.NO EXTRA POSTAGE BEYOND OUR STANDARD RATES! Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Not Inscribed or Signed. HARDBACK. Nº de ref. de la librería 013399

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