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" ... also be observed, on the authority of Mr. G. Dasent, in his Introduction to Cleasby's " Icelandic Dictionary," that this form of trial by jury, which had its original home in Iceland, and became naturalised in England under the Normans, differed materially... "
An Icelandic-English Dictionary: Based on the Ms. Collections of the Late ... - Page xlviii
edited by - 1874 - 779 pages
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The Place of Iceland in the History of European Institutions: Being the ...

Charles Augustus Vansittart Conybeare - Iceland - 1877 - 148 pages
...concludes that it was not introduced from Normandy, because " the form of trial prevalent in that country was not, as in Iceland, trial by jury, but that by compurgation a. . . . which was common in Norway, as well as in all the Teutonic races. Thus it existed in England...
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The place of Iceland in the history of European institutions. Lothian prize ...

Charles Augustus Vansittart Conybeare - 1877
...concludes that it was not introduced from Normandy, because " the form of trial prevalent in that country was not, as in Iceland, trial by jury, but that by compurgation a. . . . which was common in Norway, as well as in all the Teutonic races. Thus it existed in England...
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Folk moots, a paper

John Nicholson (of Hull.) - 1884
...given their verdict. Both Saxon and Norman trial by jury, so-called, differed from the Norse, in being "by compurgation, or witnesses brought forward by...did not do, or was not capable of doing, the deed with which he was charged." Thus trial by jury was more probably received from the Danes than the Saxons;...
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Old Yorkshire, Volume 3

William Wheater, William Smith (F.S.A.S.), Charles Goodall - Yorkshire (England) - 1891
...naturalised in England under the Normans, differed materially from the Norse and Norman trial, which was "by compurgation, or witnesses brought forward by...not capable of doing, the deed laid at his door." We notice further that, anciently in Iceland, the law distinguished between two classes of juries,...
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The Reliquary, Volume 19

Archaeology - 1879
...naturalised in England under the Normans, differed materially from the Norse, and Norman trial, which was " by compurgation, or witnesses brought forward by the...not capable of doing, the deed laid at his door." We notice further that, anciently in Iceland, the law distinguished between two classes of juries,...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 19

Archaeology - 1879
...naturalised in England under the Normans, differed materially from the Norse, and Norman trial, which was " by compurgation, or witnesses brought forward by the...not capable of doing, the deed laid at his door." We notice further that, anciently in Iceland, the law distinguished between two classes of juries,...
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