Das Recht der Eheschliessung in seiner geschichtlichen Entwicklung (Google eBook)

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B. Tauchnitz, 1865 - Marriage - 827 pages
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Page 461 - Provided always, that nothing in this Act shall extend, or be construed to extend, to...
Page 38 - Then shall they again loose their hands; and the Man shall give unto the Woman a Ring. And the Minister taking the Ring shall deliver it unto the Man, to put it upon the fourth finger of the Woman's left hand. And the Man holding the Ring there, and taught by the Minister, shall say, WITH this Ring I thee wed, and with all my worldly goods I thee endow...
Page 541 - ... nous proscrirons, avec la plus sévère attention, toutes ces voies de violence, qui sont aussi contraires aux principes de la raison et de l'humanité, qu'au véritable esprit du christianisme.
Page 337 - Hill, he told her his sister who waited his coming, but five doors up the court, would go with her in two minutes. He went, and returned with his pretended sister, who asked her to step in one minute, and she would wait upon her in the coach.
Page 337 - this coach was called for me, and since the weather is so bad, and there is no other, I beg leave to bear you company. I am going into the city and will set you down wherever you please.
Page 203 - Gott und der Welt bekennen, darauf sie die Hände und Trauringe einander gegeben haben, so spreche ich sie ehelich zusammen, im Namen des Vaters und des Sohnes und des heiligen Geistes, Amen.
Page 324 - Is marry'd only to a thumb ; (As wise as ringing of a pig, That us'd to break up ground, and dig) The bride to nothing but her will, That nulls the after marriage still. Some were for th...
Page 327 - Reign The Golden Age is returned again And Astrea again from Heaven is come When all on Earth by Justice is done.
Page 351 - Another inconveniency which will arise from this act will be, that the expense of being married will be so great, that few of the lower class of people can afford ; for I have often heard a...
Page 541 - Mais, en attendant que la divine providence bénisse nos efforts et opère cette heureuse révolution, notre justice et l'intérêt de notre royaume ne nous permettent pas d'exclure plus longtemps des droits de l'état civil ceux de nos sujets ou des étrangers domiciliés dans notre empire qui ne professent point la religion catholique. Une assez longue expérience a démontré que ces épreuves rigoureuses...

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