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" ... longer to be allowed to inherit. Women, being coheiresses, were in future to have their equal shares of the inheritance, though contrary to the former custom of Wales. The people of Wales had expressly prayed that the following regulations might be... "
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
...the following regulations might be established : first, that the truth of a fact might be enquired of by good and lawful men of the vicinage, chosen...Consent of parties: secondly, that in all actions for moyeables,as upon contracts, debts, suretyships, covenants, trespasses, chattels, and the like,...
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England & Wales delineated, by T. Dugdale, assisted by W. Burnett ...

Thomas Dugdale, William Burnett (civil engineer.) - 1830
...expressly prayed that the following regulations might be established : — first, that the truth of a fact might be inquired of by good and lawful men of the...consent of parties : secondly, that in all actions for moveables, as upon contracts, debts, suretiships, covenants, trespasses, chattels, and the like,...
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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
...expressly prayed that the following regulations might be established :—first, that the truth of a fact might be inquired of by good and lawful men of the...consent of parties : secondly, that in all actions for moveables, as upon contracts, debts, suretiships, covenants, trespasses, chattels, and the like,...
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A Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales: Containing the Names, in ...

William Cobbett - England - 1832 - 546 pages
...expressly prayed that the following regulations might be established : — first, that the truth of a fact might be inquired of by good and lawful men of the...all actions tor moveables, as upon contracts, debts, suretiships, covenants, trespasses, chattels, and the like, they might still retain the Welsh usage...
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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
...expressly prayed that the following regulations might be established: first, That the truth of a fact might be inquired of by good and lawful men of the...consent of parties; secondly, That in all actions for movables, as upon contracts, debts, suretyships, covenants, trespasses, chattels, and the like,...
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