Originally published: London: Printed for W. Clarke and Sons, 1817. [xii], 244,  pp. Reprint of the last and best edition with Butler and Hargrave's notes, and with mistakes corrected from the 1681 folio edition. "Coke's Third Institutes gives us a Treatise of great learning, and not unworthy the hand that produced it; ... Having run over all criminal matters, and their legal punishments, he concludes with the nature of pardons and restitutions; showing how far, in each of these, our Kings can process alone, and where they want the assistance and joint power of the Parliaments." --J. G. Marvin, Legal Bibliography (1847) 208.