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" Courts, inquire further: but if it did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter appearing on the return, which could by no reasonable intendment be considered as a contempt of the Court committing, but a ground of commitment palpably... "
The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest Decided ... - Page 477
by Isaac Grant Thompson - 1879
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Reports of Cases Upon Appeals and Writs of Error in the House of Lords, Volume 2

Patrick Dow - Law reports, digests, etc - 1818
...matter appearing on the return, which could by " no reasonable intendment be considered as a con" tempt of the Court committing, but a ground of " commitment...arbitrary, " unjust, and contrary to every principle of posi** live law, or national justice ; I say that in the " case of such a commitment, (if it ever should...
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Proceedings in the House of Commons and in the Court of King's Bench ...

Baron John Cam Hobhouse Broughton, Great Britain. Court of King's Bench - Great Britain - 1820 - 132 pages
...that the committal is for a contempt generally. The matter appears on the return, which matter, I say, could by " no reasonable intendment be considered " as a contempt of the court committing." And had the matter not appeared, Lord Chief Justice Vaughan's opinion would have vitiated the warrant.J...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 17

James Silk Buckingham - Great Britain - 1828
...further. But if it did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter appearing on the return, which could, by no reasonable intendment, be considered...a contempt of the Court committing, but a ground, palpably and evidently arbitrary, unjust and contrary to every principle of positive law or national...
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Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 17

Christianity - 1828
...further. But if it did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter appearing on the return, which could, by no reasonable intendment, be considered...a contempt of the Court committing, but a ground, palpably and evidently arbitrary, unjust and contrary to every principle of positive law or national...
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A Practical and Elementary Abridgment of the Cases Argued and ..., Volume 10

Charles Erdman Petersdorff, Elisha Hammond - Law reports, digests, etc - 1831
...further; but if it did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter appearing on the return, which could by no reasonable intendment be considered as a contempt of the court committingy but a ground of commitment, palpably and evidently arbitrary, unjust and contrary to every...
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The Rights of an American Citizen: With a Commentary on State Rights, and on ...

Benjamin Lynde Oliver - Citizenship - 1832 - 411 pages
...further; but, if it did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter appearing on the return, which could by no reasonable intendment be considered...and contrary to every principle of positive law or rational justice ; I say, that in the case of such a commitment (if it ever should occur, but which...
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Report of the Auchterarder Case: The Earl of Kinnoull, and the Rev. R. Young ...

Thomas Robert Hay-Drummond Kinnoull (10th Earl of), Robert Young, Charles Robertson - Church and state - 1838
...return, which could by no reason" able intendment be considered as a contempt of the Court com" milting, but a ground of commitment palpably and evidently...unjust, and contrary to every principle of positive law " and natural justice ; I say, that in case of such a commitment " (if it ever should occur, but which...
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the mirror of parliament

john henry barrow - 1839
...not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some mal ter which, by no reasonable intendment, could be considered as a contempt of the court committing,...but a ground of commitment palpably and evidently unjust, and contrary to law and natural justice, Lord Ellenborough says, that in the case of such a...
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 45

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Legislation - 1840
...did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter which by no reasonable intendment could be considered as a contempt of the court committing,...but a ground of commitment palpably and evidently unjust, and contrary to law and natural justice ; Lord Ellenborough says, " that in the case of such...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench: And ...

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Sir Erskine Perry, Sir Henry Davidson - Law reports, digests, etc - 1840
...did not profess to commit for a contempt, but for some matter which by no reasonable intendment could be considered as a contempt of the Court committing,...but a ground of commitment palpably and evidently unjust, and contrary to law and natural justice, Lord Ellenborough says, that in the case of such a...
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