525G Corsi (Corsetus), Rainaldi. 1525-1582

Rainaldi Corsi lectissimi Ivreconsvlti Indagationvm Ivris Libri III : Cum indice locupletissimo.


Venetijs : apud Io. Andream Valuassorem,1568                     $2,400

Octavo, 4 X 6 inches. A-L8 This copy is bound in its original limp vellum binding, with the book plate of Los Angeles Law Library. It is a very nice copy.





567G Elenus, , Hieronymus. died 1576. (dedicated to Oß, Anton van.)

Diatribarum seu exercitationum ad jus civile libri tres: quorum primus continet de ratione studii juris orationes tres; secundus, locorum quorundam juris novas explicationes ad legum antinomias; tertius, carmen de regulis juris civilis.


Antwerpen : Christoph Plantin,1576            $2,000

Octavo, . First edition 171 leaves., [1] This copy is bound in modern quarter calf.

This text seems to be in Otto, E. Thesaurus juris romani, v. 2.Basileae : Impensis Joh. Ludovici Brandmulleri, 1741-1744, Which you have two copies of, but maybe this is different? The true book (1576 printing seems very rare and not available electronically) Elenus, is asls listed as an added author on Lancelotti’s Institutionum iuris canonici libri IIII : qui dilucido ordine, atque magna facilitate ad vniuersum ius pontificium expeditissimum aditum parant 

Elenus: Jerome E. . (Elen or Eelen), Dutch lawyer, philologist and methodologists, born probably around 1520-25 to Baelen in Kempen, died at Antwerp in 1576 His father, Andrew Elen., is praised by him as a capable grammarian; he gave his son his first lessons. Jerome went afterwards to Louvain, where Rescius in Greek and Nannius taught in Latin, and where he studied philosophy with special affection; he belonged to the Pädagogium Castrum, and was issued a MA in 1542. In addition, he studied Law, but seems to have satisfied it with the Licence. Mudäus had then held the chair of institutions, and through him the reformed law was introduced to the old Brabant College; Then he went to Orleans, where he worked with Joachim Hopper joined a close bond of friendship. From there they both went to Paris; Elen. heard here the lectures of the then famous John Straselius (from Strazeele at Bailleul), the Demosthenes interpretirte among others. Back in Leuven, Elen He taught lessons in philology and in the jurisprudence. During the latter part of his life he worked in Antwerp as a lawyer. It was here that he wrote his notes on Institutiones Juris Canonici of the Lancelotti, Antwerp in 1566, and This book the “Diatribarum immersive Exercitationum ad jus civile”, Antwerp, Plantin 1576; This work is included in Otto’s Thesaurus Vol II The first book contains an interesting methodological writing, “Orationes tres de ratione juris studii”; the second number of smaller treatises on various points and issues of the Roman law; the third a rhythmic Paraphrasirung of all the fragments of the title De regulis Juris. – These documents are written in Leuven; Elen. referred to themselves as “non si magni momenti, indignas saltem, quae a tineis et Blattis corroderentur”. Therefore, he decided to collect them and publish. – The little work is dedicated (1574) has been the Brussels Ammann Anton van Oss, Lord of Over-and Nederembeek, Castellan of Vilvoorde, a famous man, the mayor of Brussels and head of the local Spanish party; he was Elenus’ youth comrade and whose father had been his teacher.

Voet Plantin Nr. 1121




337G Novari, Giovanni Maria & Barbato, Horatio.

Tractatvs de miserabilivm personarvm privilegiis, in qvo complvres singvlares materiae ad earum fauorem in vsu forensi quotidianae, & frequentes, tum iuxta iuris communis, quam municipalis regni dispositionem, supremorum totius orbis tribunalium, placita accuratè, exactèq; dilucidantur :opus sane practicabile, curiosum, necessarium, & utile.

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De Restitutionis incertorum et male ablatorum privilegiis fertilis et praegnans tractatus… Accesserunt in calce nonnullae allegationes V. I. D. Francisci Severini.
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De restitutorio interdicto ac de reuocanda possessione liber singularis : ad intellectum reg. pragm. Regni Neap. incipientis, assistentiam sub titulo de assistentia praestanda : in quo praeter huberem tractatum, obligationis bonoru[m], pacti de capiendo constituti, excussionis, ac hypothecariae, nihilum penè desiderari potest in materia, quin luculenter, copiosèq[ue] tractetur.


Neapoli: ex Typographia Dominici Maccarani 1637 et Typis Luca & Antonii de Fusco ,1669


Neapoli: ex Typographia Dominici Maccarani 1637 et Typis Luca & Antonii de Fusco ,1669


Neapoli: Per Jacobum Gaffari; 1637 Sumptibus Io.Domenici Bove . 1637,            $3,200

π4 (unsigned) A-Y4,Z2,Aa-Cc2 [Bound with] π2,A-K4,L2 [Bound with] π1,A4 (π2 blank) B-Z4, Aa-Bb4,Cc6, a1, ß3,b-c4,d6. [All three are complete]

These three folio volumes are bound in 17th century full green reversed calf, the spine has been eroded, but the binding is strong and solid.

These three books relate in more than a local way,they all deal with ‘material rights’.

The first, poor law, the second wills and the third is on restitution of property.




307G König, Robert. (1658-1713)

Tractatus theorico-practicus de Processu Criminali iuxta ordinem titulorum libri V. decretalium Gregorii IX. p. m. scientifica methodo concinnatus Quem In Alma & Archiepiscopali Univeristate Salisburgensi Praeside P. Roberto Kînig …publicë disputationi exposuit Jacobus Vitalis Priggl

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Principia Juris Canonici ex Libro I. & II. Decretalium Gregorii IX. Pontificis M. Antehac in Alma & Archiepiscopali Universitate Salisburgensi …Publici juris facta.

Salzburg : ex typographéo Joannis Baptistë Mayr typographi aulico-academici(IS),1695

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Salzburg : ex typographéo Joannis Baptistë Mayr typographi aulico-academici(IS),1698 $SOLD

Quarto, 16, 238; ,255;313,28. First edition of the “ Theorico-Practicus” These three books are bound together in blind stamped pigskin over wooden boards.

König was a Canonist and professor at Salzburg. He was born in Gmunden, Upper Austria 1658, In 1676 he entered theBenedictine monastery at Garsten he was awarded a doctorate in law, and then taught Cannon law 12 years . In 1697, he made a trip to Romeand was made the parish priest to ZurÅkkunft Steyer in Austria. On the 13th of Aug. 1705, he was unanimously chosen as president of the University in Salzburg, but resigned in 1708 He recieved this honor again and in 1711 chosen by the Salzburg University as rector,a post he held until 1713, when he died of apoplexy.