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" ... all the earls and barons (says the parliament roll) (/) with one voice answered, that they would not change the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and approved. "
Haydn's Dictionary of Dates Relating to All Ages and Nations: For Universal ... - Page 172
by Joseph Haydn - 1883 - 833 pages
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - Law - 1807
...law) declared such children legitimate : but " all the earls and barons (says the parliament " rollf ) with one voice answered, that they would not change " the laws of England, which had hitherto been used anil "approved." And we find the same jealousy prevailing above a century afterwardsI;,...
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Jus ecclesiasticum Anglicanum; or, The government of the Church of England ...

Nathaniel Highmore - Ecclesiastical law - 1810 - 160 pages
...law) declaied such children legitimate ; but ' all the earls and barons (says the Parliament-roll ] with one voice answered, that they would not change the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and approved.' And we find the same jealousy prevailing above a century afterwards,*...
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Corpus Juris Civilis. Institutiones

Thomas Cooper - Electronic books - 1812 - 714 pages
...succession, inasmuch as the " church accepteth all such as legitimate." But all the. earls and barons with one voice answered that they would not change the laws of England, wh'ch had hitherto been used and approved. Stat. Mert. 2O Hen- 3 Co. Litt. 245. or 2 Co. Inst- 97....
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A Collection of Statutes Connected with the General Administration ..., Volume 1

Great Britain - Law - 1817
...Inheritance, forasmuch as the ' Church accepted! such for legi' timate. And all the Earls and ' Barons with one voice answered, • That they would not change the ' Laws of the Realm, which 'hitherto have been used and ilnji.96. 'approved.' BASTARDS. (1) While we applaud,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volume 1

Sir William Blackstone - Law - 1825
...law) declared such children legitimate : but " all the earls and barons (says the parliament " rollf) with one voice answered, that they would not change " the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and " approved." And we find the same jealousy prevailing above a century afterwards...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1825
...declared such children legitimate : but " all the earls and barons (says the parliament " roll f ) with one voice answered, that they would not change " the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and " approved." And we find the same jealousy prevailing above a century afterwards...
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The Reports of Sir Edward Coke, Knt: In Thirteen Parts, Volume 4

Sir Edward Coke - Law reports, digests, etc - 1826
...of inheritance, forasmuch as the church accepteth such for legilimale ; and all the earls and barons with one voice answered, that they would not change the laws of this realm, which hitherto have been used and approved. Which uniform and resolute answer of all Ihe...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of ..., Part 150, Volume 8

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench - Law reports, digests, etc - 1827
...into England, upon being pressed to do which by the bishops, it is said, " all the earls and barons with one voice answered, that they would not change the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and approved." That may be properly cited to shew the inflexibility of the law...
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1826
...barons, on being instanced by the bishops to allow such as were born before marriage to be legitimate, " with one voice answered that they would not change the laws of the realm, which have hitherto been used and approved." This statute may be very properly cited to...
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A Letter Upon Law: Addressed to a Young Gentleman about Commencing Its Study

George Lunt - Law - 1835 - 22 pages
...Parliament of Merton, when the clergy offered an obnoxious act, " all the earls and barons," says the roll, " with one voice answered that they would not change the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and approved." The contest between the clergy and the laity continued many years,...
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