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" and for that cause it was, not “for nought, that our antient Governors in this land, did with a special foresight and “Wisdom, provide, that none should be admitted into the Houses of Court, being “Seminaries, sending forth men apt to the Government... "
The Register of Admissions to Gray's Inn, 1521-1889 - Page iii
by Joseph Foster, Gray's Inn - 1889 - 580 pages
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Antiquities of the inns of court and chancery: containing historical and ...

William Herbert, Sir William Dugdale - Inns of Chancery - 1804 - 377 pages
...the enterprising of any public service ; and for that cause it was, not for nought, that our ancient governors in this land did, with a special foresight...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood. And that this may seem a truth, I myself have seen a calendar of all those which were together, in...
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The historical antiquities of Hertfordshire

Henry Chauncy (sir.) - 1826
...enterprizing of any publick Service : And for that Cause it was, not for nought, that our ancient Governours in this Land, did with a special foresight and Wisdom...forth Men apt to the Government of Justice, except he was a Gentleman of Blood. And that this may seem a Truth, I my self, saith he, have seen a Kalendar...
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The historical antiquities of Hertfordshire

Henry Chauncy (sir.) - 1826
...enterprizing of any publick Service: And for that Cause it was, not for nought, that our ancient Governours in this Land, did with a special foresight and Wisdom...forth Men apt to the Government of Justice, except he was a Gentleman of Blood. And that this may seem a Truth, I my self, saith he, have seen a Kalendar...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 2

Law - 1831
...to the enterprising of any public service, and for that cause it was not for nought that our ancient governors in this land did, with a special foresight...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood ; and that this may seem a truth, I myself have seen a calendar of all those which were together in...
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London, Volume 4

Charles Knight - London (England)
...this land did with especial foresight and wisdom provide that none should be admitted into the Inns of Court, being seminaries sending forth men apt to...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood. And that this may seem a truth, I myself have seen a calendar of all those which were together in the...
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A History of the Inns of Court and Chancery: With Notices of Their Ancient ...

Robert Richard Pearce - Inns of Chancery - 1848 - 440 pages
...which seems to have been disregarded in Elizabeth's time. " It was not for nought that our ancient governors in this land did, with a special foresight...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood. And, that this may seem a truth, I myself have seen a Kalendar of all those which were together in...
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London, Volumes 3-4

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1851
...this land did with especial foresight and wisdom provide that none should be admitted into the Inns of Court, being seminaries sending forth men apt to...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood. And that this may seem a truth, I myself have seen a calendar of all those which were together in the...
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A Guide to the Inns of Court and Chancery: With Notices of Their Ancient ...

Robert Richard Pearce - Admission to the bar - 1855 - 440 pages
...which seems to have been disregarded in Elizabeth's time. " It was not for nought that our ancient governors in this land did, with a special foresight...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood. And, that this may seem a truth, I myself have seen a Kalendar of all those which were together in...
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A Book about Lawyers, Volume 2

John Cordy Jeaffreson - Biography - 1867 - 432 pages
...blood, joyncd with virtue, comptcth the person as most meet to the entrrprizc of any public sendee; and for that cause it was not for nought that our...government of justice, except he were a gentleman of blood. And that this may seem a truth, I my self have seen a kalendar of all those which were together in...
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City news notes and queries [afterw.] Manchester notes and queries. Ed. by J ...

Manchester city news - 1880
...comforting doubtless to the brood to know that Sir John Ferne, in his Blazon of Gentrte, says :— For that cause it was not for nought that our antient governors on this land did, with a special foresight and wisdom, provide that none should be admitted into the....
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