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Author: Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540.
Title: The fyrst dialogue in Englisshe with newe additions.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The fyrst dialogue in Englisshe with newe additions.
Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540., Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540.

[Imprynted, at Loddo[n]: In the Fletestrete, by me Robert Redman dwellynge in saint Dunstones parysshe, nexte the churche, In the yere of our lorde god. M.CCCCC. XXXii. [1532] The fyrst day of the moneth of Iuly]
Alternate titles: Dyaloge in Englysshe. Seconde dyalogue in englysshe.
Notes:
The first dialogue is a modified translation of his: Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia.
Imprint from colophon.
"The seconde dyalogue in englysshe .. newly corrected and imprinted with newe addycions" has separate divisional title page, register, and foliation.
Both parts contain the revised text.
The last leaf bears printer's mark on verso.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Law -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Law and ethics -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11308.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustration
✚Here after foloweth the fyrste Dyaloge in Englysshe / be∣twyxte a Doctour of Diuinite / and a Studēt in the lawes of Englāde of the groundes of the sayde Lawes / & of conseyence / newly corrected: & eft sones Enpryn∣ted with new additions
☞ The Introduccion.
☞ Of the lawe eternall. The fyrste Chapitre.
☞ Of the lawe of reason / the whiche by Doctoures / is called the law of na¦ture of reasonable creature ∴ The .ii. Chapitre.
☞ Of the lawe of god. The .iii. Chapitre.
☞ Of the lawe of man ∴ The .iiii. Chapitre.
☞ Of the fyrste groūde of the lawe of Englande. The .v. Chapitre.
♣ Addition.
☞ Of the .ii. grounde of the lawe of Englande. The .vi. Chapitre.
☞ Of the thyrde grounde of the lawe of Englande. The .vii. Chapitre.
☞ Of the .iiii. grounde of the lawe of En¦glande. The .viii. Chapitre.
☞ Hereafter foloweth diuers cases whe¦rein the Student douteth whether they be onely maximes of the law or that they be grounded vpon the lawe of reason. The .ix. Chapitre.
☞ Of the .v. grounde of the lawe of En∣glande. The .x. Chapitre.
☞ Of the .vi. grounde of the lawe of Englande. The .xi. Chapitre.
☞ The fyrst question of the Doctoure of the lawe of Englande and consciēce. The .xii. Chapitre.
☞ What sinderesis is. The .xiii. Chapitre ∴
☞ Of reason. The .xiiii. Chapitre.
☞ Of conscience. The .xv. Chapitre.
☞What is Equytie. The .xvi. Cha.
¶In what maner a man shalbe hol∣pen by equyties in the lawes of Englāde. The .xvii. Chapitre.
¶Whether the statute herafter reherced by the doctoure be agaynste cōsciēce or nat. The .xviii. Chapitre.
¶Of what lawe this question is to be vnderstande: that is to say / where cōsciēce shalbe ruled after the lawe. The .xix. Chapitre.
☞ Addicion.
☞ Addicion.
❧ Here foloweth dyuers cases where conscience is to be orderyd after the lawe. The .xx. Chapitre.
☞ Addicion.
¶The fyrste question of the student. The .xxi. Chapitre.
¶The seconde question of the stu∣dent. The .xxii. Chapitre.
¶The thyrde question of the student. The .xxiii. Chapitre.
¶The fourth question of the stu∣dēt. The .xxiiii. chapitre.
☞The .v. question of the Student. The .xxv. Chapitre.
☞ A questiō made by the Doctour / how certayne recoueries that be vsed ī the kynges courtes to defete tayled lande may stande with conscience. The .xxvi. Chapitre.
☞ The fyrste question of the Student concernynge tayled landes. The .xxvii. Chapitre.
☞ The seconde question of the Student concernynge tayled landes ∴ The .xxviii. Chapitre.
☞ The thyrde question of the Student / concernynge tayled landes ∴ The .xxix. Chapitre.
☞ The .iiii. question of the Student / cō∣cernynge recoueryes of enheritaūce entayled. The .xxx. Chapitre.
☞ The .v. question of the Student / concernynge tayled landes. The .xxxi. Chapitre.
☞ The .vi. question of the Student / concernynge tayled landes. The .xxxii. Chapitre.
¶Addition.
¶Tabula. Here aft foloweth the table with certayne Addiciōs newly ad¦ded therto. And ouer all the Chapitres and questions whiche be newly added: Ye shall fynde entite led this worde (Ad¦dicion) bothe in the Table and also in the boke
conclusion
colophon
illustration
title page
dialogue
¶The introductyon.
¶The fyrst question of the Student The fyrste chapitre.
¶What is ment by this terme whan it is sayd / thus it was at the comon lawe. The seconde chapitre.
¶The seconde question of the stu∣dent. The thyrde chapitre.
❧The thyrde question of the student. The fourth Chapitre.
❧ The fourth question of the student. The .v. Chapitre.
❧The .v. question of the student. The .vi. Chapitre.
❧The .vii. question of the student. The .vii. Chapitre.
❧ The seuenth question of the studente. The .viii. Chapitre.
❧For what thyng a man may lawfully distrayne. The .ix. Chapitre.
❧The .viii. question of the student. The .x. Chapitre.
❧The .ix. question of the student. The .xi. Chapitre.
❧The .x. question of the student. The .xii. Chapitre.
❧The .xi. question of the student. The .xiii. Chapitre.
❧ The .xii. question of the student. The .xiiii. Chapitre.
❧ The .xiii. question of the student. The .xv. Chapitre.
❧ The .xiiii. question of the student. The .xvi. Chapitre.
❧The .xv. question of the student. The .xvii. Chapitre.
❧The .xvi. question of the student. The .xviii. Chapitre.
❧The .xvii. question of the student. The .xix. Chapitre.
❧The .xviii. question of the student. The .xx. Chapitre.
❧The .xix. question of the studente. The .xxi. Chapitre.
❧Howe vses of lande fyrst bygan / and by what lawe / and the cause why so moche land is put in vse. The .xxii. Chapitre.
❧The diuersite bytwene two cases here after folowynge / wherof one is put in the .xx. Chapitre and the other in the .xxi. Chapitre of this pre∣sent boke. The .xxiii. Chapitre.
¶What is a nude contracte or naked pro∣myse after the lawes of Englande / and whether any accion may lye thervpon. The .xxiiii. Chapitre.
¶The .xx. question of the student. The .xxv. chapitre.
❧Whether an abbot may with cōsciēce present to an aduouson of a churche that belōgeth to the house with∣out assente of the couent. The .xxvi. chapitre.
¶If a man fynde beastes in his grounde doynge hurte / whether may he by his owne auctoritie take them and kepe them tyl he be satysfyed for the hurt. The .xxvii. Chapitre.
☞Whether a gyfte made by one vnder the age of .xxv. yere be good. The .xxviii. Chapitre.
☞ If a man be conuicte of heresye before the ordinari / whether his goodes be forfayth. The .xxix. Chapitre.
☞Where diuers patrons be of an auous & the churche voydeth / the patrōs va¦rie in theyr presentementes / whe∣ther the bisshope shall haue li¦bertye to present whiche of the encūbētes that he wyll or nat ∴ The .xxx. Chapitre.
☞ Howe lōge tyme the patron shal haue to presente to a benefice. The .xxxi. Chapitre.
☞ If a man be excōmenged / whether he may in any case be assoyled with∣out makynge satisfacciō. The .xxxii. Chapitre.
☞Whether a Prelate may refuse a legaci. The .xxxiii. Chapitre.
☞ Whether a gyfte made vnder a condi∣cion be voyde if the souerayne one¦ly breke the condicion ∴ The .xxxiiii. Chapitre.
☞ Whether a couenaūt made vpō a gyfte to the churche that it shall nat be aliened (be good.) The .xxxv. Chapitre.
☞If the patrone present nat within .vi. monethes who shall presente. The .xxxvi. Chapitre.
☞Whether the presentement & collaciō of all benefices & dignities voydynge at Rome belonge onely to the Pope The .xxxvii. Chapitre.
☞ If a house by chaunce falle vpon a horse that is borowed who shall bere the losse ∴ The .xxxviii. Chapitre.
☞If a preste haue wōne moche by saiēg of masse / whether he may gyue those goodes or make a wyll of them. The .xxxix. Chapitre.
☞Who shall succede a clerke that dyeth intestate. ❧ The .xl. Chapitre.
¶Addition. ❧If a man be owtlawed of felony or be attaynted for murdre or felo¦ny: or that is an ascismus maye be slayne by euery straun∣geour ∴ The .xli. Chapitre.
¶Addition. ❧Whether a man shalbe boūden by that acte or offence of his ser∣uaunt or officer ∴ The .xlii. Chapitre.
¶Addition. ☞Whether a villayne or abonde man maye gyue away his goodes. The .xliii. Chapitre.
❧ If a clerke be promoted to the title of his patrimonie & after selleth his patrimonye & after falleth to pouertye whether shall he haue his title therin or nat. The .xliiii. Chapitre.
❧Diuers questions taken out by the stu¦dent of the summes called Summa rosella / & Sūma angelica / which he thynketh necessari to be lo¦ked vpon and to be sene howe they stande & a∣gre with the lawe of the realme. The .xlv. Chapitre.
☞Where ignorance of the lawe excuseth in the lawes Englāde & where nat. The .xlvi. Chapitre.
☞Certayne cases & groundes where ig∣noraunce of the dede excuseth in the lawes of Englande & where nat. The .xlvii. Chapitre.
¶Addition. ☞The fyrste question of the Doctour. Howe the lawe of Englande maye be sayd reasonable that prohibi∣teth them that be arreyned vpon an Inditemente of felony or murdre to haue coūcell. The .xlviii. Chapitre.
☞The seconde question of the Doctoure whether the warrantie of the ionger brother that is taken as heyre by∣cause it is nat knowē but that the eldest brother is ded / be in conscience a barre vnto the elder bro∣ther as it is in the lawe ∴ The .xlix. Chapitre.
☞The thyrde question of the Doctoure if a man procure a collaterall warrā∣tye to extincte a right that he kno¦weth a nother man hath to lā¦de / whether it be a barre in conscience as it is ī the lawe or nat ∴ The .l. Chapitre.
☞ The fourth question of the doctour is of wrecke of the see ∴ The .li. Chapitre.
☞The .v. question of the Doctoure whether it stande with conscience to prohibit a Iury of meate & drinke tyll they be agreed. The .lii. Chapitre.
☞ The .vi. question of the Doctour whe∣ther the colours that be gyuē at the comon lawe in assises / accions of trespas / & diuers other accions stande with conscience bycau¦se they be moste comon∣ly feyned & be nat trew. The .liii. Chapitre.
¶Addition. ☞The .vii. question of the Doctoure concerneth the pleadynge in assise whereby the tenauntes vse sō∣tyme to pleade in such ma¦ner that they shall cō∣fesse no ouster ∴ The .liiii. Chapitre.
☞ The .viii. question of the Doctour whether the statute of .xlv. of Ed∣warde the thyrde of Silua ce∣dua stande with cōscience. The .lv. Chapitre.
¶Tabula. Here aft foloweth the table with certayne Addiciōs newly ad¦ded therto. And ouer all the Chapitres and questions whiche be newly added: Ye shall fynde entite¦led this worde (Ad¦dicion) bothe in the Table and also in the boke ∴
☞ Addicion.
☞ Addicion.
♣ Addicion.
☞Addicion.
☞Addicion.
conclusion
colophon