The Statutes at Large: From the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh Parliament of Great Britain, Anno 1761 [continued to 1807], Volume 3; Volume 1225

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J. Bentham, 1762
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Page 392 - Jords fpiritual and temporal, and commons, in this prefent parliament affembled, and by the authority of the fame, that...
Page 123 - ... of peace, or to one of them, by the party grieved, that the justices or justice so warned, within a convenient time, shall cause, or one of them shall cause, the said statute duly to be executed, and that at the costs of the party so grieved.
Page 62 - ... towards the King and all his liege people, for as much that as well by divers peftilences Within the realm of England, as by the wars without the realm, there is not now fuch fufficiency : it is ordained and eftablifhed, That the King, by authority ot this parliament, may make the fheriffs and efcheators through the realm at his will, until the end of four years...
Page 156 - Item, whereas it is contained, as well in the Statute of Westminster the First, as in the statute made at Gloucester, the second year of the reign of our lord the King that now is, that none be so hardy to invent, to say, or to tell any false news, lies, or such other false things, of the prelates, dukes, earls...
Page 153 - that, in all manner of inquests and proofs which be to be taken or made amongst aliens and denizens, be they merchants or other, as well before the mayor of the staple as before any other justices or ministers, although the king be party, the one half of the inquest or proof shall be denizens, and the other half of aliens...
Page 119 - England, have now of late been made by very great, outrageous, and excessive number of people dwelling within the same counties of the realm of England, of the which most part was of people of small substance, and of no value, whereof every of them pretended a voice equivalent, as to such elections to be made, with the most worthy knights and esquires...
Page 368 - Will ; the one Half thereof to the King, and the other Half to the Owner of the Ground where the Eggs were...
Page 397 - ... the one half to the King, and the other half to the party which (hall efpy and feife the fame.
Page 11 - ... certify in the king's chancery : and as to other hospitals which be of another foundation and patronage than of the king : the ordinaries shall enquire of the manner of the foundation, estate, and governance of the same, and of all other matters and things necessary in this behalf, and upon that make thereof correction and reformation, according to the laws of Holy Church, as to them belongeth (g).
Page 112 - ... familiars, shall for ever hereafter fully use and enjoy such liberty or defence in coming, tarrying, and returning, as the great men and commonalty of the realm of England, called or to be called to the king's parliament, do enjoy, and were wont to enjoy, or, in time to come, ought to enjoy.

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