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|‘For the Snark was a Boojum, you see.’ The case of The Claimant, The Medals and The Poem. An article in five fits, Francesca Kettle||
This essay explores two artefacts pertaining to the most infamous case of imposture in British legal history. The Tichborne Case was the kind of...
|Lewis Carroll, The Tichborne Case, 19th century, legal history||view|
|Wiltshire witchcraft cases mentioned by John Aubrey||
Extracts from W. Notestein, A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718 (Baltimore, 1911) and Indictments for witchcraft on the...
|legal history, Witchcraft, Wiltshire, Crime and Punishment||view|
|The Magna Carta 1215||
A copy of the Magna Carta of 1215 which includes a photo of the original and a full transcript of the document which was signed under duress by...
|Thirteenth century, Legal system, legal history, English history, Middle ages, History||view|
|The Bill of Rights 1689||
This is a photo and transcript of the Bill of Rights of 1689. The bill formally established the supremacy of parliament after king James II had...
|Seventeenth century, Glorious Revolution, Parliamentary history, legal history, History||view|