Notes of Opinions and Judgements Delivered in Different Courts [1757-1770]

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Luke Hansard, and sold by T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, Strand., 1802 - 403 ページ
 

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77 ページ - Majefty that it may be enacled ; and be it enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majefty, by and with the Advice and Confent of the Lords Spiritual...
136 ページ - ... no person or persons shall forever hereafter be placed, elected or chosen in or to any the offices or places aforesaid that shall not have within one year next before such election or choice taken the sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the rites of the Church of England...
78 ページ - ... or by any other on his or her behalf, of any actual confinement or restraint, and that such confinement or restraint, to .the best of the knowledge and belief of the person so applying, was not by virtue of any commitment or detainer for any criminal or supposed criminal matter...
273 ページ - Hill, his intended wife, lawfully to be begotten, and the heirs male of the body of such first son lawfully issuing; and for default of such issue...
330 ページ - ... the Solicitor General is the " secundarius [330] attornatus ; " and as the Courts take notice judicially of the Attorney General, when there is one, they take notice of the Solicitor General, as standing in his place, when there is none. He is a known and sworn officer of the Crown, as much as the attorney ; and, in the vacancy of that office, does every act, and executes every branch of it.
185 ページ - Act, nor any thing therein contained or expressed, extend, or be in any wise hurtful or prejudicial to any Woman or Women heretofore being married, of, for or concerning such Right, Title, Use, Interest, or Possession, as they or any of them have, claim, or pretend to have for her or their Jointer or Dower, of, in, or to any Manors, Lands, Tenements, or other Hereditaments of any of their late Husbands, being now dead or deceased; any thing contained in this Act to the contrary notwithstanding.
314 ページ - I exceedingly commend the judges that are curious and almost subtil (astuti) to invent reason and means to make acts according to the just intent of the parties, and to avoid wrong and injury, which by rigid rules might be wrought out of the Act ; " and my Lord Hale in the case of Crossing and Scudamore, 1 Vent.
255 ページ - The arraignment of the justice of the Judges, is arraigning the King's justice ; it is an impeachment of his wisdom and goodness in the choice of his Judges, and excites in the minds of the people a general dissatisfaction with all judicial determinations, and indisposes their minds to obey them...
255 ページ - ... it is a constitutional remedy in particular cases and the judges in those cases are as much bound to give an activity to this part of the law as to any other part of it.
33 ページ - ... charity ought not to be lost to the testator, nor to the public, and that they were carrying on his general pious intention'; and they proceeded upon a presumption, that the principle, which produced one charity, would have been equally active in producing another, in case the testator had been told the particular charity he meditated could not take place.

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