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Richard Zouche (c. 1590–1661)

Zouche, Richard (zöch). An English writer on jurisprudence; born at Anstey in Wiltshire, about 1590; died at London, March 1, 1661. Among his celebrated treatises, written in Latin are: ‘Elements of Jurisprudence’ (1629); ‘Description of Feudal Law and Procedure according to the Usages of Milan and Normandy, to serve as Introduction to English Jurisprudence’ (1634); ‘Description of Ecclesiastical Law and Procedure according to the Canons and Constitutions of England’ (1636); ‘Explication of Fecial Law and Procedure, or of the Law of Nations’ (1650); ‘The Competent judge of an Offending Ambassador’ (1657).