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" The origin of these words and this notion I have not been able to discover; the bishops certainly give no such refusal at present, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 32
1798
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Commentaries on the Laws of England,: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1793 - 686 pages
...epifcopari. The origin of thefe words and this notion I have not been able to difcover; the bilhops certainly give no fuch refufal at prefent, and I am inclined...think they never did at any time in this country. (9) It is directed in the form of con/ecrating bifhopsj confirmed by various ftatutes fince the reformation,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England,: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1800 - 678 pages
...this notion I have not been able to difcover ; the bifhops certainly give no fuch refufal at prefect, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. (9) Itisdirc&ed in the form of confecrating bifhops, confirmed by various fhtutes fincc the reformation,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1800 - 674 pages
...The origin of thefe words and this notion I have not been able to difcover ; the bifhops certainly give no fuch refufal at prefent, and I am inclined to think they never-did at any time in t!his country. (9) It is directed in the form of confecrating bifhops, confirmed...
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Notes to Blackstone's Commentaries: Which are Calculated to Answer ..., Volume 5

Edward Christian - 1801 - 282 pages
...this notion I have not been able to diicovcr ; the bilhopa certainly give no fuch refufal at perfeiit, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. Note 9, page 401, line 13, ViorA.pratmuaire.—It is directed in the form of confccrating bifhops,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1807 - 686 pages
...this notion I have not been able to discover ; the bishops certainly give no such refusal a( present, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. (9) It is directed in the form of consecrating bishops, confirmed by various statutes since the reformation,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 92

1822 - 714 pages
...notion,' I have not been able to discover : the Bishops certainly give no such refusal at present; and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. (Christian Bl. Com. 1. 380, note.) After this, the Bishop elect sues to the King for his temporalties,...
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Notes and Queries

1852 - 1170 pages
...the notion I have not been able to discover ; the bishops certainly give no such refusal at present, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country,"] Authors of the Homilies. — Presuming that the authors of the Church Homilies are well known, their...
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Things not generally known. Popular errors explained and illustrated

John Timbs - 1858 - 274 pages
...Commentaries], I have not been able to discover ; the bishops certainly give no such refusal at present, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. Bishop Jeremy Taylor ascribes these words to the Roman Pontifical. In his Life of Christ, he says :...
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Popular Errors Explained and Illustrated: A Book for Old and Young

John Timbs - 1869 - 247 pages
...Commentaries), I have not been able to discover ; the bishops certainly give no such refusal at present, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country. Bishop Jeremy Taylor ascribes these words to the Roman Pontijical. In his Life of Christ, he says :...
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Dictionary of Phrase and Fable

Ebenezer Cobham Brewer - 1870 - 1002 pages
...vulgar notion I have not been able to discover: the bishops certainly give no such refusal at present, and I am inclined to think they never did at any time in this country." When the see of Bath and Wells was offered to Boveridge, he certainly exclaimed, "Nolo episcopart ;"...
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