The Statutes at Large, of England and of Great-Britain: From Magna Carta to the Union of the Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland. 1509-10-1640 (Google eBook)

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G. Eyre and A. Strahan, 1811 - Law
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Page 725 - Richard by the grace of God king of England and of France, and lord of Ireland...
Page 7 - ... they be found, as well at the King's suit, as at the suit of the party...
Page 753 - ... by our sovereign lord the king, by the advice of the Lords spiritual and temporal, and the Commons, in the said parliament assembled, and by authority of the same, that...
Page 806 - Recognizance hereafter to be made, or had, to do, make and deliver Execution unto the Party in that Behalf suing, of all such Lands, Tenements...
Page 799 - AD 1437. forth an act6, the preamble of which recites that " masters, wardens, and people of gilds, fraternities, and other companies corporate, dwelling in divers parts of the realm, oftentimes by colour of rule and governance and other terms in general words to them granted and confirmed by charters and letters patent of divers kings, made among themselves many unlawful and unreasonable ordinances, as well in prices of ware and other things for their own singular profit and to the common hurt and...
Page 769 - ... according to his common laws to all his true subjects, as well to the poor as rich, which poor subjects be not of ability ne power to sue according to the laws of this land, for the redress of injuries and wrongs to them daily done, as well concerning their persons and their inheritance as other causes...
Page 753 - ... and proclamation made, by force of any gift in the tail, or by any other cause or matter had and made before the said fine levied ; so that they take their action, or pursue their said right and title, according to the law, within five years next after such action, right, title, claim, or interest to them accrued, descended, remained, fallen, or come...
Page 114 - Beggars impotent to serve, shall abide in the Cities and Towns where they be dwelling at the Time of the Proclamation of this Statute...
Page 405 - ... 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.
Page 787 - ... that the measure of a bushel contain eight gallons of wheat ; that every gallon contain eight pounds of wheat, troy weight ; and every pound contain twelve ounces of troy weight, and every ounce contain twenty sterlings, and every sterling be of the weight of thirty-two corns of wheat, that grew in the midst of the ear of wheat, according to the old laws of the land...

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