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Page 103 - Provided always, that if a case of difficulty, upon the determination of any of the premises before you, or any two or more of you...
Page 112 - He was a man of profound knowledge of the laws of his country, and as just an observer of them in his own person: he considered justice as a cardinal virtue, not as a trade for maintenance. Wherever he was judge, he never forgot that he was also counsel. The criminal before him was always sure he stood before his country, and, in a sort, a parent of it; the prisoner knew that though his spirit was broken with guilt, and incapable of language to defend itself, all would be gathered from him which...
Page 104 - ... and all and singular the premises hear and determine, and perform and fulfil them in the aforesaid form, doing therein what to justice appertains, according to the law and custom of England; saving to us...
Page 102 - ... to cause to come before you, or any of you, all those who, to any one or more of our people concerning their bodies or the firing of their houses, have used threats, to find sufficient security for the peace or their good behaviour, towards us and our people ; and if they shall refuse to find such security, then them in our prisons until they shall find such security to cause to be safely kept.
Page 103 - ... until they can be taken, surrender themselves or be outlawed ; and to hear and determine all and singular the felonies, poisonings, enchantments, sorceries, arts magic, trespasses, forestallings, regratings, ingrossings, extortions, unlawful assemblies, indictments aforesaid, and all and singular other the...
Page 193 - ... that the diocesan of the place, upon the appropriation of such churches, shall ordain, according to the value of such churches, a convenient sum of money to be paid and distributed yearly of the fruits and profits of the same churches by those...
Page 103 - ... happen to be done or attempted in what manner soever ; and to inspect all indictments whatsoever, so before you or any of you taken...
Page 102 - ... out,) according to the force, form, and effect of the same ; and " to chastise and punish all persons that offend against the form " of those ordinances or statutes...
Page 89 - Davison, and his assigns, for and during the term of his natural life, without impeachment of or for any manner of waste : And, from and immediately after the determination of that estate by forfeiture or otherwise in his lifetime, then to the use of the said RE Li.