Clarke's Bibliotheca legum; or, Complete catalogue of the common and statute law-books of the United Kingdom [ed. by T.H. Horne].

W. Clarke and Sons, 1819 - 426 sider

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Side 409 - The conventions of a number of the states having, at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should...
Side 200 - The hereditary right of the crown of England asserted; the history of the Succession since the Conquest clear' d; and the true English Constitution vindicated from the misrepresentations of Dr. Higden's View and Defence.
Side 100 - Tithes, and especially in that I have at all (by showing any interpretation of Holy Scriptures, by meddling with councils, fathers, or canons, or by what else soever occurs in it) offered any occasion of argument against any right of maintenance, jure divino, of the ministers of the Gospel...
Side 153 - A Conference Desired by the Lords and had by a Committee of both Houses, Concerning the Rights and Privileges of the Subjects. Discoursed by Sir Dudley Digges. Sir Edward Littleton Knight, now Lord Keeper.
Side 326 - A Treatise on the commerce and police of the River Thames'. containing an historical view of the trade of the Port of London; and suggesting means for preventing the depredations thereon, by a legislative system of river police.
Side 132 - An historical and political discourse of the laws and government of England, from the first times to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
Side 189 - Report of the Commissioners appointed to enquire into the State and condition of the Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues of the Crown, and to sell or alienate Fee Farm and other Unimproveable Rents.
Side 42 - Stemmata Chicheleana ; or, A Genealogical Account of some of the Families derived from Thomas Chichele, of Higham-Ferrers, in the County of Northampton ; all whose Descendants are held to be entitled to Fellowships in All-Souls College, Oxford, by Virtue of their Consanguinity to Archbishop Chichele, the Founder, Oxford, 1765, 4to.
Side 186 - An Account of all the Manors, Messuages, Lands, &c. in the different Counties of England and Wales, held by Lease from the Crown ; as contained in the Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the State and Condition of the Royal Forests,
Side 187 - A discourse upon grants and resumptions ; showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the crown-revenue ; and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied towards the payment of the publick debts, by the author of, The Essay on ways and means.

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