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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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Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury: 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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Church and State

1878
...force, and under it the old canons, so far as they are for there are many provisions contained in them which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of England, received and allowed by her, which, in that respect, and by virtue of such ancient allowance,...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 28

Edward Douglas Armour, Edward Betley Brown, Charles Elliott, Edward Gillis, Augustus Henry Frazer Lefroy, Alfred Taylour Hunter, Bram Thompson - Law - 1908
...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 allowance, will...
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The book of Church law, revised by W.G. F Phillimore

John Henry Blunt - 1882
...proprio mgore, 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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Commentaries on the Present Laws of England, Volume 2

Thomas Brett - English law - 1891 - 1294 pages
...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 of such ancient allowance,...
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The Church of England: The Anglican church

Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones - England - 1898
...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 Origin and Growth of the English Constitution: The after-growth of the ...

Hannis Taylor - Constitutional history - 1898
...do not bind the laity "proprio rigore." But he said, " There are many provisions contained in these canons which are declaratory of the ancient usage and law of the Church of Eng- Ibid., vol. iv. p. 397. land, received and allowed here, and which in that respect, and by...
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The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 5

Hugh Chisholm - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1910
...Stra. 1056) was approved in 1860 in Marshall v. Bp. of Exeter (LR 3 HL 17). Nevertheless, there are many provisions in these postReformation canons which...is binding on the laity. The chief body of English post -Re forma lion canon law is to be found in the canons of 1603, amended in 1865 and 1888. The canons...
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