A Description of the Common Laws of England: According to the Rules of Art, Compared with the Prerogatives of the King. With the Substance and Effect of the Statutes (disposed in Their Proper Places) by which the Common Law is Abridged, Enlarged, Or Any Ways Altered, from the Commencement of Magna Charta, Anno 9 H.3. Until this Day

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A. Millar, 1759 - Law - 463 pages

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Page 350 - by the Oaths of good and lawful Men of your County, by whom the Truth of the Matter may be the better known, whether
Page 361 - -with the Appurtenances in D. which he claims to be his Right and Inheritance, and to hold of Us in chief, and -whereof he complains that the
Page 329 - of the Court of King's Bench, or for want of Form in any Writ, Return, Plaint, Bill, Declaration, or other Pleading, Procefs,
Page 159 - without any Cuftom. But if it be for their own private Profit, as for the well ordering of their Common of Pafture, or the like, there without
Page 305 - and delivered of Record to the Sheriff of the County, where the Defendant at the Time of the Exigent
Page 61 - to the Place from whence he came, and from thence to be drawn upon a Hurdle unto the Place of Execution, and there
Page 61 - and burnt before his Face, and his Head to be cut off, 'and his Body divided in four
Page 353 - And if it be found by the Country, that he did it in his own Defence, or by Mifadventure, then
Page 327 - mifreturning, or not returning of the Sheriff, or other want of Form in Words, and not in
Page 257 - after the Proclamations, by force of any Gift in Tail, or by any other Caufe or Matter had

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