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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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The statutes relating to the ecclesiastical and eleemosynary ..., Volume 1

Archibald John Stephens - 1845
...of inheritance, forasmuch as the church accepteth such for legitimate. 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 approved." STAT. 20 HEX. 3, c. 9. Fitz. Bastardy, 21,...
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A New Law Dictionary and Glossary: Containing Full Definitions of ..., Part 2

Alexander Mansfield Burrill - Law - 1851 - 1099 pages
...hucusque usitata sunt et approbate. And all the earls and barons with one voice answered that they will not change the laws of England, which have hitherto been used and approved. Stat.Merton,c.9. I Bl. Com. 19. LEGES TABELLARĶA. Lat. Roman laws regulating the mode of voting by...
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National Education

George William Rusden - Church and education - 1853 - 365 pages
...attempt on the part of the prelates to introduce a portion of the canon law, " 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."* Again, in the reign of Richard II., we find it stated by the...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1857 - 742 pages
...adapted to the genius of the English nation. And accordingly, at the famous parliament of Merton, " all the earls and barons," says the parliament roll,...been used and approved : " eminently, the law of the laud. COMMON LAW COURTS. The process, practice, and mode of pleading in the superior courts of common...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1857 - 742 pages
...adapted to the genius of the English nation. And accordingly, at the famous parliament of Merton, " all the earls and barons," says the parliament roll,...England, which have hitherto been used and approved : " emineutly, the law of the land. COMMON LAW COURTS. The process, practice, and mode of pleading...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - Great Britain - 1863
...inheritance, for so much as the church accepteth such for legitimate. 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 approved." In this paper no direct arguments for the utility...
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Books 1 & 2

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - Law - 1860
...because holy church (that is, the canon law) declared such children legitimate ; but " all the carls and barons (says the parliament roll)(/) with one...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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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1863
...adapt«! to the genius of the English nation ; and accordingly, at the famous parliament of Mertou, 1236, " all the earls and barons," says the parliament...and approved ; " eminently the law of the land. See Eastard. COMMON liAW COURTS. The process, practice, and mode of pleading in the superior courts of...
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New Commentaries on the Laws of England: (partly Founded on Blackstone)

Henry John Stephen - Law - 1863
...law,) declared such children legitimate; but "all the earls and barons" (says the parliament-roll )(y) "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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Meliora, Volumes 7-8

Great Britain - 1865
...an opinion. To ono of the proposed enactments (that relating to bastardy), all the earls and barons, with one voice, answered that they would not change the laws of the realm which hitherto had been used and approved. It is not a little startling that such ancient...
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