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Nominate reports, also known as nominative reports,   named reports and private reports, is a legal term from  common-law jurisdictions referring to the various published collections of reports of English cases in various courts from the Middle Ages to the 1860s, when law reporting was officially taken over by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting, for example Edmund F. Moore's Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Judicial Committee and the Lords of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council on Appeal from the Supreme and Sudder Dewanny Courts in the East Indies published in London from 1837 to 1873, referred to as and cited for example as: Moore's Indian Appeals Moofti Mohummud Ubdoollah v. Baboo Mootechund 1 M.I.A. 383.
Most (but not all) are reprinted in the
They are described as "nominate" in order to distinguish them from the
Year Books, which are anonymous.
 Adolphus and Ellis
Barnardiston's Chancery Reports
Barnardiston's King's Bench Reports
Barnes Barnewall and Adolphus
 Barnewall and Alderson
 Barnewall and Cresswell
Benloe and Dalison Best and Smith
Bingham, New Cases
Blackstone, William Bligh
 Bligh, New Series
Bosanquet and Puller
 Bosanquet and Puller, New Reports
Bridgman, Sir J.
Bridgeman, Sir O.
Broderip and Bingham
Brook's New Cases Browning and Lushington
 Brown's Chancery Cases (Belt)
Brown's Parliament Cases
Brownlow and Goldsborough
Carrington and Kirwan
Carrington and Marsham
Carrington and Payne Carter
Cases in Chancery
Choyce Cases in Chancery
Clark and Finelly
Coke's Reports Colles
 The Common Bench Reports
The Common Bench Reports, New Series
Cooper's Practice Cases
Cooper, temp Brougham
Cooper, temp Cottenham
Craig and Phillips
Crompton and Jervis
Crompton and Meeson
Crompton, Meeson and Roscoe
Deane and Swabey
Dearsly and Bell
De Gex, Fisher and Jones
De Gex, Jones and Smith
De Gex, M'Naghten and Gorden
De Gex and Smale
Dow and Clark
Dowling and Ryland
Drewry and Smale
Ellis and Blackburn
 Ellis and Blackburn and Ellis
 Ellis and Ellis
 Equity Cases Abridged
Espinasse's Reports The Exchequer Reports (Welsby, Hurlstone and Gordon)
Foster's Crown Cases Foster and Finlason
Freeman's Chancery Reports
Freeman's King's Bench Reports
 Gibert's Cases in Law and Equity
Haggard's Admiralty Reports
Haggard's Consistory Reports
Haggard's Ecclesiastical Reports
Hall and Twells
Hardwicke, cases temp
Hay and Marriott
Hemming and Miller
Holt, Nisi Prius
Holt, King's Bench
House of Lords Cases (Clark)
Hurlstone and Coltman
Hurlstone and Newman
Jacob and Walker
Jenkins (Eight centuries of cases)
Johnson and Hemming
 Jones, T
Kay and Johnson
Leigh and Cave
Lewin's Crown Cases on the Northern Circuit
Maclaen and Robinson
M'Cleland and Younge
M'Naghten and Gordon
Manning and Granger
March, New Cases
Maule and Selwyn
Meeson and Welsby
The Modern Reports
Moody's Crown Cases Reserved
Moody and Malkin
Moody and Robinson
Moore, King's Bench
Moore, Privy Council
Moore, Privy Council, New Series
Moore's Indian Appeals Mosely
Mylne and Craig
Mylne and Keen
Peake, Additional Cases
Plowden's Commentaries Pollexfen
 Precedents in Chancery (T Finch)
The Queen's Bench Reports
Lord Raymond's Reports
Raymond, Sir T
Reports in Chancery
Reports, temp Finch
Ridgeway, temp Hardwicke
Russell and Mylne
Russell and Ryan
Ryan and Moody
Saunders (edition by Peere Williams is called William's Saunders)
Searle and Smith
 Select Cases, temp King
Shower, House of Lords
Shower, King's Bench
Simons, New Series
Simons and Stuart
Smale and Giffard
Spelman  Spinks
Spinks' Prize Cases
The State Trials (Cobbett and Howell)
State Trials, New Series (Macdonell) Strange
Swabey and Tristram
Talbot, cases temp
Term Reports (Durnford and East) Tothill
Turner and Russell
Vesey Senior, supplement by Belt
Vesey Junior, supplement by Hovenden
Vesey and Beams
West, temp Hardwicke
Wilson, King's Bench
Younge and Collyer
Younge and Collyer C C
Younge and Jervis
Wallace, John William.
The Reporters. Third Edition Revised. T & J W Johnson. Philadelphia. 1855. Digitised copy from Google Books. J. W. Wallace,
, 4th ed., 1882 The Reporters
John Charles Fox, Handbook of English Law Reports, 1913, Internet Archive
William Thomas Shave Daniel, History and Origin of the Law Reports (London, 1884)  
Clarence Gabriel Moran. The Heralds of the Law. London. 1948. Van Vechten Veeder, "The English Reports, 1292-1865" (1901) 15 Harvard Law Review
1 and 109; reprinted at 2 Select Essays in Anglo American Legal History 123 L W Abbott. Law Reporting in England 1485-1585. (University of London Legal Series No 10). The Athlone Press. London. 1973.
William Searle Holdsworth. "Law Reporting in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries". Anglo-American Legal History Series, No. 5 (1941). Reprinted in Goodhart and Hanbury (eds)
Essays in Law and History, by Sir William S Holdsworth, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1946, reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange Limited (Union, New Jersey) 1995. Page 284 et seq. Chantal Stebbings (ed). Law Reporting in Britain: Proceedings of the Eleventh British Legal History Conference. 1995. Hambledon Press. ISBN 1852851295. Google Books. Chapters 5 and 7 to 9.
English Legal History. Duke University.
^ See also
Case citation#Supreme Court of the United States
O Hood Phillips and A H Hudson. A First Book of English Law. Seventh Edition. Sweet & Maxwell. London. 1977. ISBN 978-0-421-23030-9. Page 172.
Glanville Williams, Learning the Law, 11th Edition, 1982, Stevens, p.34; 13th Edition, 2006, Sweet and Maxwell, p.36 (less clear)
^ Blunt, Adrian. In R G Logan (editor).
Information Sources in Law. Butterworths. London. 1986. p 49.
^ By Jesse Addams. See "Obituary" (1871) 15 Solicitors Journal
564 (3 June); "Legal Obituary" (1871) 51 The Law Times 185 (8 July); Boase, "Addams, Jesse", Modern English Biography, 1892, vol 1 (A-H), p 21; Alumni Oxonienis; WorldCat.
John Leycester Adolphus and Thomas Flower Ellis: Google Books.
^ By John Leycester Adolphus and
Richard Vaughan Barnewall.
^ By Richard Vaughan Barnewall and
Edward Hall Alderson.
^ By Richard Vaughan Barnewall and Sir
John Bernard Bosanquet and Christopher Puller
William John Broderip and Peregrine Bingham
^ By William Ernst-Browning and
Vernon Lushington. See Trove.
Richard Brownlow and John Goldesborough (aka Goldesburg aka Gouldsborough).
^ By William Bunbury and published by George Wilson:
Sir William Burrell, 2nd Baronet and edited by Reginald Godfrey Marsden: Google Books. As to Marsden, see Men at the Bar.
^ By Sir
^ By Roger Comberbach, Recorder of Chester:
John Peter De Gex and John Jackson Smale
Sylvester Douglas, 1st Baron Glenbervie
^ By Sir
^ By Thomas Flower Ellis and
Colin Blackburn, Baron Blackburn: Trove.
^ By Thomas Flower Ellis and Colin Blackburn and Francis Ellis:
Trove. As to Francis Ellis, see "McTaggart (formerly Ellis), Francis" in Alumni Cantabrigienses, vol 3 (Kaile-Ryves), p 286.
^ By Thomas Flower Ellis and Francis Ellis:
^ By John Walter de Longueville Giffard. As to J. W. de L. Giffard, see
Men at the Bar 176 and WorldCat.
George Wirgman Hemming and Alexander Edward Miller
Sir Richard Hutton: Wallace's Reporters, Dictionary of National Biography.
^ By George Wirgman Hemming and Henry Robert Vaughan Johnson. As to Johnson, see
Men at the Bar (1885) 245.
^ By Sir Gregory Allnutt Lewin. See eg
" Lewin, Gregory Allnutt". . 1849. A Naval Biographical Dictionary ,
Whishaw's Synopsis, Gentleman's Magazine, Dod's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage.
^ John Hamilton Baker. An Introduction to English Legal History. Third Edition. Butterworth. 1990. Pages 207 to 209. These reports are by
Sir John Port.
^ Julius J Marke (ed), A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University with Selected Annotations, Law Center of New York University, 1953, Library of Congress Catalog card 58-6489, Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange Ltd (Union, New Jersey) 1999,
John Jackson Smale and John Walter de Longueville Giffard
^ John Hamilton Baker. An Introduction to English Legal History. Third Edition. Butterworth. 1990. Pages 207 to 209.
^ Named after Sir
Humphrey Winch, but includes, in particular, reports of judicial decisions made after his death that cannot possibly have been reported by him. Some of the decisions might have been reported by Richard Allestree, who died in 1655. (Baker, An Introduction to English Law, 3rd Ed, p 209).