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The winner of the prestigious Yorke Prize, this essay is still cited in the literature of commercial and international law The Law Merchant is the body of legal codes developed by medieval merchants to control their international trade activities. Mr. Mitchell has satisfactorily risen to the occasion, and has given us an interesting study of the early history of that system of universal practical law which the traders of the Middle Ages recognised as binding upon them in their international dealings. Customary in its origin and principles, summary in its jurisdiction and equitable in its spirit, the Law Merchant has been a potent factor in the development of the modern commercial law of all the countries of Europe, and Mr. Mitchell's account of its beginnings is full of suggestion. Juridical Review 16 (1904) 446 Back cover contents: William Mitchell [?-1912] was Assistant Master at the Perse School, Cambridge. CONTENTS I. General Characteristics II. The Rise of the Law Merchant III. The Courts of the Law Merchant IV. Persons V. Sales and Contracts Conclusion Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV Appendix V Authorities Index
During a violent and powerful mid-summer thunderstorm that shook the city of Monroe, Wisconsin, Dr. George Andrew Buckle was waiting for his wife, Dr. Ingrid Lindquist, at the country club. He was highly agitated because the storm caused his wife to cancel their dinner date. After several drinks, he made his way unsteadily to his car in the parking lot. As he approached his car, an unknown person emerged from the hedge row and fired three shots killing him. The murder rocked the city. The violent death of a world renown heart surgeon put everyone on edge. Police and Fire Commissioner, Roger Nussbaum, instructed Police Chief Brandon Johns to solve the murder quickly and restore calm to the city. The police think they have a prime suspect identified, but Detective Samantha Gates has her doubts. In the meantime, a priest at St. Michaels Catholic Church, Father Bernard, is intrigued by the case and pursues his own line of inquiry. His curiosity and interest could lead to tragic consequences.
About this edition:-over 100 fully linked footnotes-original Greek language support-fully linked table of contents-formatted especially for ebook format The issue of the dating and placing of Christ's birth within history has been an ongoing topic of debate for 2000 years. In the late 1800s William Ramsay, a liberal scholar, began his research into biblical history in an attempt to disprove the historicity of the main historical claims of the New Testament. Over time his meticulous research led him to conclude that the circumstances surrounding Christ were indeed historical events. In Was Christ Born In Bethlehem? Ramsay examines all of the biblical and extra biblical evidence for Bethlehem as Christ's birthplace and presents a very compelling argument for the time and place of Christ's birth as set out in Luke. Scholars, pastors, students and laypeople would all benefit greatly by this classic text.