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" ... send the case by letters of request to the Court of Appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined according to the law and practice of such court... "
Annual Register - Page 274
edited by - 1843
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Statutes at Large ...: (37 v.) A collection of the public general statutes ...

Great Britain - 1840 - 976 pages
...facie Ground for instituting Proceedings, and before the riling of the Articles, but not afterwards, to send the Case by Letters of Request to the Court of Appeal of the Province, to be there heard and determined according to the Law and Practice of such Court :...
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The British Magazine, Volume 18

1840 - 746 pages
...facie ground for instituting proceedings, and before the filing of the articles, but not afterwards, to send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined according to the law and practice of such court :...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 18

Theology - 1840 - 744 pages
...facie ground for instituting proceedings, and before the filing of the articles, but not afterwards, to send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined according to the law and practice of such court :...
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The Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 3

Richard Burn - Ecclesiastical law - 1842 - 816 pages
...facie ground for instituting proceedings, and before the filing of the articles, but not afterwards, to send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined according to the law and practice of such court :...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of ..., Volume 84

Books - 1843 - 894 pages
...facie ground for instituting proceedings, and before the filing of the articles, but not afterwards," send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province. The Bishop of Exeter, after serving this notice upon Mr. Head, sent letters of request...
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The Law Times, Volume 47

Law - 1869 - 552 pages
...where a clerk is " charged with an offence under the Act "in any case, if he shall think fit, . . . send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province," &c., conttins nothing which can be construed to mean thai the acceptance of the letters...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Ecclesiastical Courts at ...

William Calverley Curteis - Ecclesiastical law - 1844 - 938 pages
...shall hold preferment, if he shall think fit, either in the first instance or after the report, to send the case by letters of request to the Court of appeal. It is to be the act of the bishop, a matter of discretion to be exercised by him, whether he will entertain...
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Facts and tracts in evidence of the apathy, dereliction, and degradation of ...

William Henry Henslowe - 1844 - 172 pages
...facie ground for instituting proceedings, and before the filing of the articles, but not afterwards, to send the case, by letters of request, to the court of appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined, according to the law and practice of such court...
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Notes of Cases in the Ecclesiastical & Maritime Courts ..., Issue 70, Volume 2

Great Britain. Courts - Ecclesiastical law - 1844 - 622 pages
...fncie ground for instituting proceedings, and hefore the filing of the Articles, but not afterwards, send the case, by Letters of Request, to the Court of Appeal of the province." But if he elects to issue a Commission, he must go on till the Commissioners have...
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A Practical Treatise on the Laws Relating to the Church and the Clergy

Henry William Cripps - Clergy - 1845 - 814 pages
...for further pro- of request. e"eiS ceedings, and before filing the articles, but not afterwards, to send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined.1 Nor will it be any valid objection to the sending...
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