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Roman Canon Law In The Medieval English Church: Stubbs Vs. Maitland Re-Examined After 75 Years In The Light Of Some Records From The Church Courts, Charles Donahue Jr. Mar 1974

Roman Canon Law In The Medieval English Church: Stubbs Vs. Maitland Re-Examined After 75 Years In The Light Of Some Records From The Church Courts, Charles Donahue Jr.

Michigan Law Review

The Right Reverend William Stubbs, D.D. (1825-1901), was the Anglican Bishop of Oxford, sometime Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, and a scholar of considerable repute. His Constitutional History of England was, until quite recently, the standard work in the field, and his editions of texts for the Rolls Series leave no doubt that he spent long hours ·with basic source material. Frederic William Maitland, M.A. (1850-1906), was an agnostic, the Downing Professor of the Laws of England at Cambridge, and a scholar whose reputation during his life was perhaps not so wide as Stubbs' but whose work commanded …