Note 004
From Chapter 44 of the Decline & Fall

At the head of these guides I shall respectfully place the learned and perspicuous Heineccius, a German professor, who died at Halle in the year 1741, (see his Eloge in the Nouvelle Bibliotheque Germanique, tom. ii. p. 51 - 64.) His ample works have been collected in eight volumes in 4to. Geneva, 1743 - 1748. The treatises which I have separately used are,
1. Historia Juris Romani et Germanici, Lugd. Batav. 1740, in 8 vo.
2. Syntagma Antiquitatum Romanam Jurisprudentiam illustrantium, 2 vols. in 8 vo. Traject. ad Rhenum.
3. Elementa Juris Civilis secundum Ordinem Institutionum, Lugd. Bat. 1751, in 8 vo.
4. Elementa J. C. secundum Ordinem Pandectarum Traject. 1772, in 8vo. 2 vols.

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