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Édouard Laboulaye lectures, 1848-1864.

Author: Édouard Laboulaye
Edition/Format:   Archival material : French
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The collection consists of 2 volumes of manuscript lectures entitled "Constitution des États Unis." Written in French by Laboulaye, most of the 59 lectures were delivered during the 1862-1863 session of the Collège de France. There are a few from the 1863-1864 year.
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Named Person: Édouard Laboulaye; Édouard Laboulaye
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Édouard Laboulaye
OCLC Number: 48388270
Notes: For more information on Laboulaye and The Johns Hopkins University see D.C. Gilman's "Bluntschli, Lieber and Laboulaye" (Baltimore, 1884).
Description: 2 volumes
Other Titles: Laboulaye (Édourard) lectures
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The collection consists of 2 volumes of manuscript lectures entitled "Constitution des États Unis." Written in French by Laboulaye, most of the 59 lectures were delivered during the 1862-1863 session of the Collège de France. There are a few from the 1863-1864 year.

In a series of 48 lectures Laboulaye covered the settlement of New England up through the adoption of the constitution. There are an additional 11 lectures on colonial America. There is also a copy of Laboulaye's "De la constitution Américaine et de l'utilité de son étude" (1850) and title pages from his "Considérations sur la constitution" (1848) and "Locke" (1850).

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