History of the English Law: From the Time of the Saxons, to the End of the Reign of Philip and Mary [1558], כרך 1

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Reed and Hunter, 1814
 

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עמוד 241 - Where of late it was provided that religious men should not enter into the fees of any without licence and will of the chief lord of whom such fees be holden immediately...
עמוד 233 - Fitz-Hugh, and others our liegemen: [1] [We] have in the First place granted to God, and by this our present Charter, have confirmed, for us and our heirs for ever...
עמוד 56 - ... rank and condition (not even excepting those who held by tenures of villenage), oaths of fealty to the king, which if any man refused to make, they were to cause him to be apprehended as the king's enemy ; and, moreover, they were to oblige all persons from whom homage was owing, and who had not yet done it, to do it to the king within a certain time, which the justices themselves were to fix. The principal part of these injunctions was given in consequence of the late civil war ; but some Constitutions...
עמוד 78 - Appeals, if they arise, must be made from the archdeacon to the bishop, and from the bishop to the archbishop ; and if the archbishop shall fail in administering justice...
עמוד 465 - So again, where the lapse of a benefice was apprehended, or where the injury was very atrocious, or the plaintiff deserved a particular respect or privilege, as noble persons, or merchants who were continually leaving the kingdom. But in personal actions which did not require such special favour, if the defendant did not appear to the summons, and the plaintiff offered himself in court the first, second, third, and fourth day, he was not to be waited for any longer ; but, whether the summons was...
עמוד 77 - Ecclesiastics arraigned and accused of any matter, being summoned by the king's justiciary, shall come into his court, to answer there, concerning that which it shall appear to the king's court is cognizable there ; and shall answer in the ecclesiastical court...
עמוד 242 - A Widow, after the death of her husband, incontinent, and without any Difficulty, shall have her marriage and her inheritance, and shall give nothing for her dower, her marriage, or her inheritance, which her husband and she held the day of the death of her husband...
עמוד 192 - Michaelmas term began on Tuesday next after St Michael, and was closed by Advent ; but as Advent-Sunday is movable, and may fall upon any day between the 26th of November and 4th of December, therefore the 28th of November, as. a middle period, by reason of the feast and eve of St Andrew, was appointed for it...

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