- Title Pages
- For Leslie
- General Editor's Preface
- Preface to the Hardback Edition
- Preface to the Paperback Edition
- 1 ‘The Country of Law’: Reconstructing the Morant Bay Uprising in England
- 2 ‘The Blood that Testifies’: The Jamaica Controversy in Jamaica
- 3 The Drawing-Room Men: The Jamaica Controversy in 1866
- 4 The Tenets of Terror: Reinventing the Law of Martial Law
- 5 Marshalling Martial Law: Litigating the Jamaica Controversy
- 6 ‘The Alphabet of Our Liberty’: Lord Chief Justice Cockburn in the Old Bailey
- 7 ‘The Most Law-Loving People in the World’: The Denouement of the Jamaica Litigation
- Epilogue <i>Phillips v. Eyre</i> and the Problem of Martial Law
- Conclusion A Jurisprudence of Power: Victorian Empire and the Rule of Law
- Appendix: The Jamaica Controversy as Historiography
- PRIMARY SOURCES
- SECONDARY SOURCES
- A Jurisprudence of Power
- Oxford University Press
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