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" Conquest, and some by election of the people, their wills at that time served for Law; yet how soon Kingdoms began to be settled in civility and policy, then did Kings set down their minds by Laws, which are properly made by the King only, but at the... "
History of England - Page 5
1763
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1761
...Church within the Limits of his re' vealed Will. So in the firft Original of Kings, * whereof fome had their Beginning by Conqueft, ' and fome by Election...Kingdom ; tacitly, as by being ' a King, and fo bound to prote& as well the People, ' as the Laws of his Kingdom ; and exprefly, by his * Oath at his Coronation...
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England;: From the Earliest ...

1763
...'whichare properly made by the King only ; but * and fome by Election of the People, their Wills at * at the Rogation of the People, the King's Grant *...to be Lex loquens, after a Sort, binding himfelf by c a double Oaih to the Obfervation of the Funda' mental Laws of his Kingdom ; tacitly, as by being...
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The Harleian Miscellany:: A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ..., Volume 1

Thomas Park, Edward Harley Earl of Oxford - Pamphlets - 1808
...settled in civility and 1 policy, then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are pro' pcrly made by the king only ; but, at the rogation of the...the ' king's grant being obtained thereunto ; and so the king came to be ' lei loijuens, a speaking law, after a sort, binding himself, by a double oath,...
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The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ...

William Oldys, John Malham - Europe - 1808
...settled in civility and ' policy, then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are pro' perly made by the king only ; but, at the rogation of the...the . ' king's grant being obtained thereunto ; and so the king came to be ' lex loyuens, a speaking law, after a sort, binding himself, by a double '...
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The Harleian miscellany; or, A collection of scarce, curious, and ..., Volume 1

Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress), Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress) - History - 1808
...settled in civility and ' policy, then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are pro1 perly made by the king only ; but, at the rogation of the people, the ' kingb grant being obtained thereunto ;/ and so the king came to be ' la loqvent, a speaking law,...
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The History of England from the Earliest Times to the Norman Conquest

Thomas Hodgkin - Great Britain - 1808 - 528 pages
...settled in civility and ' policy, then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are pro' perly made by the king only ; but, at the rogation of the people, the 1 king's grant being obtained thereunto ; and so the king came to be ' in loyuens, a speaking law,...
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Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I, A.D. 1603 ..., Parts 1603-1925

Joseph Robson Tanner - Constitutional history - 1961 - 389 pages
...served for law; yet how soon kingdoms began to be settled in civility and policy, then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are properly made...people, the King's grant being obtained thereunto. And so the King became to be Lex loquens after a sort, binding himself by a double oath to the observation...
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The Stuart Constitution, 1603-1688: Documents and Commentary

J. P. Kenyon - History - 1986 - 478 pages
...served for law, yet how soon kingdoms began to be settled in civility and policy, then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are properly made...people, the king's grant being obtained thereunto. And so the king became to be lex loquens, after a sort, binding himself by a double oath to the observation...
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The Cambridge History of Political Thought 1450-1700

James Henderson Burns, J. H. Burns, Mark Goldie - History - 1994 - 798 pages
...law. Yet how soon kingdoms began to be settled in civility and polity [policie], then did kings set down their minds by laws, which are properly made...people, the king's grant being obtained thereunto. And so the king became to be lex loquens after a sort, binding himself by a double oath to the observation...
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King Lear and the Naked Truth: Rethinking the Language of Religion and ...

Judy Kronenfeld - Drama - 1998 - 383 pages
...Jamesian statements of his prerogative in 1621. See Politics and Ideology, 132-33. The laws James mentions "are properly made by the king only; but at the rogation...people, the king's grant being obtained thereunto" (Political Works of James I, 309), and this does raise the question concerning the sense in which the...
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