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" I say proprio vigore, by their own force and authority ; for there are many provisions contained in these canons, which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which, in that respect, and by virtue... "
The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and ... - Page 185
edited by - 1911
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A history of the Convocation of the Church of England

Thomas Lathbury - 1853
...3 ; Burn's Ecclesiastical Law, preface. authority; for there are many provisions contained in these canons which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 54

Religion - 1855
...as it extends. Lord Hardwicke himself observes : "There are many provisions contained in these Canons which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which in that respect, and by virtue of such antecedent allowance,...
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The history of the Church of England in the colonies and foreign ..., Volume 1

James Stuart Murray Anderson - Religion - 1856 - 482 pages
...proprio vigore, by their own force and authority ; for there are many provisions contained in these canons, which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which, in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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A Treatise on the Law of Executors and Administrators, Volumes 1-2

Sir Edward Vaughan Williams - Executors and administrators - 1856 - 2013 pages
...proprin figure, ie by their own force and authority ; but there are many provisions contained in them, which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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Middle-age period

Walter Farquhar Hook - Bishops - 1875
...proprio vigorce, by their own force and authority, for there are many provisions contained in these canons which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England received and allowed here, which in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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The History of the Church of England, from the Death of Elizabeth ..., Volume 1

George Gresley Perry - History - 1861 - 664 pages
...proprio vigore, by their own force and authority, for there are many provisions contained in these canons which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic [afterw.] The ...

1861
...proprio vigore, by their own force and authority, for there are many provisions contained in these Canons, which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed here, which in that respect and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1861
...szyproprio vigort, by their own force and authority : for there are many provisions contained in these canons, which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the church of England, received and allowed here, which, in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to ...

Great Britain. Magistrates' cases - Justices of the peace - 1870
...Middletm v. Crofts, these canons in general do not bind the laity proprio viaore, though some of them which are " declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the church received and allowed here," may, by virtue of such allowance be binding upon the laity. No such acceptance...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volume 1

Herbert Broom, Edward Alfred Hadley, Sir William Blackstone - Law - 1875
...do not proprio vigore bind the laity." There are. nevertheless, many provisions contained in these canons which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the church of England received and allowed here which, in that respect and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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