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" Privileges have reported that "neither the said Letters Patent, nor the said Letters Patent with the usual Writ of Summons issued in pursuance thereof, can enable the Grantee to sit and vote in Parliament. "
Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United ... - Page 94
edited by - 1898
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 199-200

Early English newspapers - 1856
...Sir James Parke, Knight, a Baron of the United Kingdom for Life, and they report it as their opinion that neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of sumiium-, issued in pursuance thereof, can entitle the grantee therein named to sit in Parliament....
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The House of Lords Cases on Appeals and Writs of Error, Claims of ..., Volume 2

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Charles Clark, William Finnelly - Law reports, digests, etc - 1857
...Sir James Parke, knt., a Baron of the United Kingdom for life ; and they report it as their opinion that neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can entitle the grantee therein named to sit and vote...
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A treatise upon the law, privileges

Thomas Erskine May (baron Farnborough.) - 1859
...of Privileges, which, after examining all the precedents of life peerages, reported their opinion " that neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can enable the grantee therein named to sit and vote in Parliament." '...
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The annals of our time [1837 to 1868]. [With] 1871 to

Joseph Irving - History - 1871
...ordered by the House, examined and considered the copy of the letters patent, report it as their opinion that neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can entitle the grantee therein named to sit and vote in Parliament. In...
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The Annals of Our Time: From the accession of Queen Victoria, June 20, 1837 ...

Joseph Irving - History, Modern - 1871
...ordered by the House, examined and considered the copy of the letters patent, report it as their opinion that neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can entitle the grantee therein named to sit and vote in Parliament. In...
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1826-1874

Great Britain. Parliament. House of lords - Great Britain - 1875
...was ' to examine and consider the letters patent presented to the House, and to report thereon.' ' neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can enable the grantee to sit and vote in Parliament.' 6thly, Because...
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3 papers relating to claims to the barony of Buckhurst

Parliament lords, proc, Vict - 1876
...is especially noticed in the Resolution against the claim of Lord Wensleydale to sit in Parliament that "neither the said Letters Patent nor " the said Letters Patent with the usual Writ of Summons issued in pursuance thereof can " entitle the Grantee therein named to sit and vote in Parliament."...
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The Annals of Our Time: a Diurnal of Events, Social and Political, Home and ...

Joseph Irving - Great Britain - 1880 - 1034 pages
...ordered by the House, examined and considered the copy of the letters patent, report it as their opinion that neither the said letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can entitle the grantee therein named to sit and vote in Parliament. In...
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The earldom of Mar, a letter [in reply to the work of that title by the earl ...

John Thomas Freeman- Mitford (earl of Redesdale.), Alexander William C. Lindsay (25th earl of Crawford.) - 1883
...Knight, a Baron of the United Kingdom for life; and they report it as their opinion that neither the letters patent, nor the said letters patent with the usual writ of summons issued in pursuance thereof, can entitle the grantee therein-named to sit and vote in Parliament."...
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A Constitutional History of the House of Lords

Luke Owen Pike - Constitutional history - 1894 - 405 pages
...negatived. On the same day Lord Lyndhurst moved, in the Committee for CHAP. XV. Privileges, a resolution 'that neither the said Letters Patent, nor the said...of summons, enable the grantee to sit and vote in Parliament.' On a vote being taken there were Content ninetytwo, Non-content fifty-seven, or a majority...
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