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BY

RICHARD BURN, LL.D.

CHANCELLOR OF THE DIOCESE OF CARLISLE,
AND VICAR OF ORTON IN THE COUNTY

OF WESTMORLAND.

« The Temporal Law and the Ecclesiastical Law are so

" coupled together, that the one cannot sublift without
« the other.”

Lord Coke in Moore's Rep.

THE SIXTH EDITION;

WITH NOTES AND REFERENCES

By SIMON FRASER, Esq.

BARRISTER AT LAW.

IN FOUR VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN,
LAW-PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY;
For T. CADELL junior and W. DAVIES (Successors to

Mr. CADELL) in the Strand;
And J. BUTTERWORTH in Fleet-street.

Ne admittas.

NE

E admittas (so called from those words in the writ,
Probibemus ne admittas) is a writ directed to the

bishop at the suit of one who is patron of any church, and he doubts that the bishop will collate a clerk of bis own, or admit a clerk presented by another, to the same benefice: then he that doubts it Thall have this writ, to prohibit the bishop that he thall not collate or admit any to that church, pending the suit. Terms of

ibe L. (a)

New style. See Kalendar.

Noturn.
NOCTURN, was a service so called, from the an-

cient chriftians rising in the night to perform the
same. Gibs. 263.
Nomination to a benefice. See Benefice.

Non-conformists. See Disenters.
Non-residence. See Relidence.

Notable goods. See Wilis.

Rotary publick. "A Notary was anciently a {cribe, that only took notes Notary, who

or minutes, and made short draughts of writings, 2nd other instruments, both publick and private. But at

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