1 volume (197 leaves) : paper ; 18 x 12 cm bound to 18 x 13 cm
Treatise on law and justice in Roman and canon law, which treats ownership, and injury and restitution particularly in cases of homicide and mutlilation, lust and adultry, theft, and honor and reputation. Note on leaf 190: "Finis hac 22 Aug. a[nn]o 1769.
Ms. codex. Caption title. Collation: Paper (watermark: fleur-de-lys, not in Briquet, similar but not identical to Heawood 1666 and 1667), fol. 197; 1² 2-24⁸ 25¹⁰ 26²⁽⁻²⁾. Leaves 4-190 paginated 1-375 by a contemporary hand. Script: Written in cursive. Origin: Possibly written in Belgium in 1789. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, the Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 320.
Formatted Contents Note
De justitia et jure in genere, dominio, usu-fructu et caeteris De subjecto dominij De modis acquirendi dominiium quaedam praenotantur De injuria et restitutione De jnjuria ratione homicidij et multilationis De jnjuria et restitutione ratione stupri et adulterij De jnjuria et restitutione ratione furti De injuria et restitutione honoris et famae.
Restrictions: Inquiries concerning this item should be directed to the reference librarian for the Robbins Collection.
Bound in brown calf-skin; gauffered edges; gilt-tooled spine with label "De jure et justitia." Upper cover is detatched; both covers show some wear.