The Records of the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn: 1776-1845 ; Calls to the bar, 1776 to 1845 ; The site of Lincoln's Inn, by W.P. Baildon ; Maps and plans ; A catalogue of portraits ; List of painters, and engravers ; Catalogue of plate ; The heraldry of Lincoln's Inn ; Appendix (Google eBook)

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Lincoln's Inn, 1902 - Lawyers
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Page 496 - March next, that so both we and our people may humble ourselves before Almighty God, in order to obtain pardon of our sins, and...
Page 116 - Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, the Master of the Rolls, the Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, or two of them, will be transmitted to every considerable benefactor.
Page 232 - In our endeavours to this end, we shall but follow in the course which it has been your Majesty's Royal pleasure to pursue. Signally has your Majesty fostered the independence of the Bar, and the purity of the Bench, by distributing the honours, which you have graciously bestowed on the Profession among the members of all parties in the State. Permit us also, Most Gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great amendments of the Law which have been effected since...
Page 469 - Quarterly, Argent, and Gules, in the second and third quarters, a fret, Or ; over all, on a bend, Sable, three escallop shells of the first ; a crescent for difference.
Page 14 - No man being admitted a deacon or minister shall from thence.forth voluntarily relinquish the same, nor afterwards use himself in the course of his life as a layman, upon pain of excommunication.
Page 277 - Blagrave, during his life, with remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders, with remainder to his first and other sons successively in tail male ; with remainder to...
Page 496 - Humiliation be observed throughout that Part of Our Kingdom of Great Britain called England, Our Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed...
Page 229 - Bethell, of which the notice was as follows, viz. : That, for promoting the legal education of the students of this House, it is expedient that a lecturer be appointed for the purpose of reading on jurisprudence and the civil law; and that two or more exhibitions be founded for the benefit of such students as shall, on examination previous to their call to the Bar...
Page 224 - ... Scotch courts, proctor, notary public, clerk in chancery, parliamentary agent, or agent in any court original or appellate, clerk to any justice of the peace, or person acting in any of these capacities, and no clerk of or to any barrister, conveyancer, special pleader, equity draftsman, attorney, solicitor, writer to the signet, or writer of the Scotch courts, proctor, notary public...
Page 74 - Society 100/., to be returned, without interest, on his being called to the Bar ; or in case of death, to his personal representatives ; but this rule does not apply to any person who shall produce a certificate of his having kept two years...

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