Author:Henry Thomas Cockburn

Henry Thomas Cockburn

Scottish lawyer, judge and literary figure

Henry Thomas Cockburn


  • The Life of Lord Jeffrey, with Selections from his Correspondence (1852), in 2 vols.
  • Memorials of his Time (1856)
  • Journal . . . 1831-44 (1874), in 2 vols.
  • Letters chiefly connected with the affairs of Scotland from Henry Cockburn to T. F. Kennedy, M.P., with other Letters from eminent persons during the same period, 1818-1852 (1874)


  • A Letter to the Inhabitants of Edinburgh on the New Police Bill (1822)
  • Considerations submitted to the Householders of Edinburgh on the State of their Representation in Parliament (1823)
  • An Explanation of the State of the Case of the Edinburgh Representation in Parliament (1826)
  • Observations on the Mode of Choosing Juries in Scotland (1822)
  • Letter by the late Rector of the University of Glasgow to the Electors, November 1833 (1833)

Edinburgh Review articlesEdit

  • Office of Lord Advocate of Scotland (January 1824)
  • Criminal Law of Scotland (January 1825)
  • Scottish Judicial Reforms: the Law of England and Scotland (April 1830)
  • The Parliamentary Representation of Scotland (October 1830)
  • Scottish Criminal Jurisprudence and Procedure (January 1846)

Works about CockburnEdit


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