John Macdonell (judge)
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Sir John Macdonell K.C.B. (1 August 1846 – 17 March 1921) was a British jurist. He was King's Remembrancer (1912–1920) and a Knight Commander in the Order of the Bath. Shaw of Dunfermline gives a prefatory biography in Historical Trials.
- A Survey of Political Economy, 1871
- The Land Question, 1873
- The Law of Master and Servant, 1883
- as editor with Edward William Donoghue Manson, Great Jurists of the World, London, John Murray, 1913; 1914 edition, Boston, Little, Brown & Co.
- Law and Eugenics, 1916
- Historical Trials OUP, 1927; republished in 1931, 1933, 1936 as #23 in Thinker's Library
James Robert Mellor
Sir Thomas Chitty, 1st Baronet
- Fillebrown, Charles Bowdoin. The Principles of Natural Taxation. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & co., 1917. Page 23.
- "MACDONELL, Sir John". Who's Who. Vol. 59. 1907. p. 1117.
- "Review of A Survey of Political Economy by John Macdonell and The Theory of Political Economy by Prof. Stanley Jevons". The Athenaeum (2297): 589–590. 4 November 1871.
- Works written by or about John Macdonell at Wikisource
- Sir John Macdonell, National Portrait Gallery, London
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