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A geographical dictionary of England and Wales - Page 485
by William Cobbett - 1832
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History of the English Law: From the Time of the Saxons, to the ..., Volume 2

John Reeves - Law - 1814
...not be a "proof per audientes et videntes, that the defendant should be put to purge himself with a greater or less number, according to the quantity...thing in his hand, he should not be suffered to purge himsef, but be judged pro convicto: all which were granted, except only in cases of theft, burning,...
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England & Wales delineated, by T. Dugdale, assisted by W. Burnett ...

Thomas Dugdale, William Burnett (civil engineer.) - 1830
...not be a proof per audientes et videntes, that the defendant should be put to purge himself with a greater or less number, according to the quantity...thing in his hand, he should not be suffered to purge himself, but be judged pro conKicto : all which were granted, except only in cases of theft, burning,...
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Curiosities of Great Britain: England & Wales delineated ..., Volume 10

Thomas Dugdale, William Burnett (civil engineer.), Leonard Townsend - History - 1854 - 1586 pages
...not be a proof per audientes et videntes, that the defendant should be put to purge himself with a greater or less number, according to the quantity...thing in his hand, he should not be suffered to purge himself, but be judged pro convicto: all which were granted, except only in cases of theft, burning,...
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A Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales: Containing the Names, in ...

William Cobbett - England - 1832 - 546 pages
...not be a proof per fiuiientes et videntes, that the defendant should be put to purge himself with a greater or less number, according to the quantity...thing in his hand, he should not be suffered to purge himself, but be judged pro com icto : till which were granted, except only in cases of theft, burning,...
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Curiosities of Great Britain: England & Wales Delineated ..., Volume 10

Thomas Dugdale - England - 1854
...should be put to purge himself with a greater or less number, according to the quantity and quality-of the thing or fact : thirdly, that in thefts, if a...thing in his hand, he should not be suffered to purge himself, but be judged pro convicto : all which were granted, except only in cases of theft, burning,...
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Reeves' History of the English Law, from the Time of the Romans to ..., Volume 2

John Reeves, William Francis Finlason - Law - 1879
...not be a proof per audientcs ct videntes, that the defendant should be put to purge himself with a greater or less number, according to the quantity...thing in his hand, he should not be suffered to purge himself, but be judged pro convicto: all which were granted, except only in cases of theft, burning,...
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