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‎Tractatus de legibus abrogatis et inusitatis in Hollandia vicinisque regionibus. ...... Editio tertia ab Auctore ante obitum recognita & plurimis in locis aucta.‎

‎Amstelædami, Apud Joannem Janssonium à Waesberge, 1669. Title-page in red and black and with a charming vignette. Two parts in one volume, continuously paginated (44), 932 (misnumbered 928) pp. 4to. Contemporary blindstamped vellum. Dekkers p. 68. Third edition. Simon Groenewegen van der Made was born in Delft in 1613. After studies at Leyden he practised at the bar and later became secretary of the town of Delft, where he died in 1652. He edited the Inleidinge tot de Hollandsche Rechtsgeleerdheid of Hugo Grotius with annotations of his own (Dordrecht 1644 and later editions) and wrote Tractatus de legibus abrogatis et inusitatis in Hollandia vicinisque regionibus which was first published at Leyden in 1649. The Tractatus discusses what parts of the Corpus juris had been abrogated in Holland and became an important and influential work. It is amongst the authorities listed by Hahlo and Kahn in their chapter on the Sources of South African Law. Groenewegen endeavoured to connect the practice of law and academical law. This work, in fact a forerunner in scholarly law practice, was often reprinted. ‎

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Reference : 23123

‎Jus Agrarium Foederati Belgii.‎

‎Franeker, 1751-1754. 3 volumes. (12), iii-xx, (10), 683, (1) pp.; (4), 672, (106) pp.; (4), 603, (1), (54) pp. 4to. Contemporary half calf, corners, marbled boards, spines gilt with raised bands and gilt lettering, somewhat rubbed, extremities shaved, two joints with some loss of calf, but in all a decent copy. Kress S.3904; not in Goldsmiths; not in Einaudi; Ahsmann 355; Dekker, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica, p. 172, nr 8. First edition. This is the most important work by Trotz. He was born in Kolberg (Germany) in 1703, studied in Halle, Leipzig, Marburg and Utrecht, where he became 'doctor juris' in 1730. He became professor at the University of Franeker in 1741. These three volumes are the fruit of the public disputes he presided over in Franeker. It is still an important historical work of which the first two volumes deal with local law and the third with Roman law. His contributions to public and constitutional law are of great value and importance.The third volume is entitled: 'Jus Agrarium Romanum.' The first volume contains, after the title-page: Dedication (Regiae Magnae Britanniae Principi ...), 5 leaves; Adlocutio ad Studiosos Juris, pp. iii-xx (possibly lacking a divisional title); one leaf entitled 'Nomina Eorum, Qui huic Disputationum Collegio Subscripserunt, ut aetatem ferant, hic subjicere placuit', containing twenty names and the same leaf with the same title again, now with 22 names; followed by JCto Clarissomo Viro Celeberrimo, Christ. Henr. Trotz ..... of three leaves and one leaf contaning recto 'Conspectus Dissertationum et Capitum' and verso Corrigenda.- A very large paper copy. ‎

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