An examination into certain errors and anomalies in the principles and detail of the registration clauses of the Reform act, with suggestions for their amendment

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Saunders and Benning, 1832 - 55 pages
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Page 23 - ... the passing of this act, by descent, succession, marriage, marriage settlement, devise, or promotion to any benefice in a church, or by promotion to any office.
Page 56 - Pleading and Evidence in Criminal Cases. — With the Statutes, Precedents of Indictments, &c., and the Evidence necessary to support them. By JOHN JERVIS, Esq. (late Lord Chief Justice of Her Majesty's Court of Common Pleas).
Page 56 - TREAtlSE on STATUTES, their Rules of Construction, and proper Boundaries of Legislation and Judicial Interpretation, including a Summary of the Practice of Parliament, and the Ancient and Modern Method of Proceeding in passing Bills of eyery kind ; with an Appendix of Precedents, Forms, Rules and Orders.
Page 22 - ... or who shall occupy as tenant any lands or tenements for which he shall be bond fide liable to a yearly rent of not less than fifty pounds...
Page 40 - Have you the same Qualification for which your Name was originally inserted in the Register of Voters now in force for the County of, c.
Page 21 - ... in the election of knights of the shire, or of members for any city or town...
Page 15 - An Act for the better securing the Rights of Persons qualified to vote at County Elections
Page 56 - The act for the amendment of the representation of the people in England and Wales, 2 William IV.
Page 55 - ... opened discovered the corolla, stamens, and pistil distinct, the rudiments of the future fruit being also discernible in the ovary."t This singularly curious fact affords a striking illustration of the general correctness of the principles attempted to be established in the preceding observations. But these remarks have already extended to too great a length, and to enlarge further upon the subject would exceed our allotted limits. Enough has, however, been brought forward to shew the nature...
Page 20 - Barrister, transmitted to the Clerk of the Peace, and by him to the Sheriff...

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