Definition of Frederic William Maitland
1. Noun. English historian noted for his works on the history of English law (1850-1906).
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1. Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History by Association of American Law Schools, Mikell, William Ephraim, 1868-, Ernst Freund, John Henry Wigmore (1909)
"... BY Frederic William Maitland 2 ANY one who came to the study of Coke upon Littleton with some store of modern legal ideas but no knowledge of English ..."
2. Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of Principles by John Henry Wigmore (1912)
"SIR FREDERICK POLLOCK and Frederic William Maitland. The History of English Law before the lime of Edward I. (1895. Vol. I, pp., 129, 174, 181; Vol. II, pp. ..."
3. Catalogue of the Library of the Law School of Harvard University by Harvard Law School Library (1909)
"Frederic William Maitland ; two lectures and a bibliography. 71 p. 8vo. Oxford, 1908. Maitland, Frederic William and Baildon, William Paley. ..."
4. Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the Faculty of Procurators in by John Muir (1903)
"The Court Baron; with Select Pleas from the Bishop of Ely'* Court of Littleport; edited by Frederic William Maitland, LL.D., and William Paley Baildon. 4to. ..."