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... the Purposes of the Statute Labour and Police Assessments leviable under that
Act, and of the special Assessments leviable ... Power to sell Materials, 18, 19.
Great Britain - Law - 1859
Great Britain Sir George Kettilby Rickards. LOCAL ACTS. [For the full Titles, see
Table of Titles at the Commencement of the Volume.] Cap. i. ... Recites
Incorporation by 18 & 19 Vict. c. lx., with a Capital of 147,000/. in 35/. Shares, and
Power to ...
Great Britain - Law - 1763
From the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh Parliament of Great Britain,
Anno 1761 [continued to 1806]. ... RICHARD by the grace os God King of
England, and os France, and lord os Ireland, the third aster the conquest ; to the
... and all recoveries and executions had or 19 H. 7. c 15. made, (hall be good
and effectual to him to whom it is so made, «7 H. 8- c« xo- ... donors, or granters,
his or their heirs, claiming the fame only as heir or heirs to the fame sellers,
feoffor*, donors Vol.
Great Britain - 1761
Great Britain. I An.Jl. i. e. 31. vol. 10. 5 An. c. 25- vol. 11. Person educated in the
popish re- ligion, being under the age of 18, and not taking the ... 8. vol. II. 3 Geo.
1. c. 21. vol. 13. Wool may be exported from certain ports in Ireland to certain
ports in England, 4 An. e. ... vol. 19. 27 Geo.. 2.C. l8. § 4. Vol. 21. 33GW. 2. C. 16.
§ i. vol. 23. No East India goods to be imported into Ireland from aDy place what-
Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1839
1744; Dugdale's 'Mo- nasticon,' new edit, by Cayley and Ellis, 6 vols, fol., 1812-
30; Fosbrooke's 'British Monachism,' 2 vols. 8vo. ... 'from the best authorities
extant,' at 277,472 acres; in the ' Map of Ireland' published by the Society for the
Diffusion of ... at 313,682 English or statute acres; and in Lewis's ' Topographical
Dictionary of Ireland,' from the Ordnance Survey, ... of working; but one bed of 14
inches, another of 19 inches, and' several of inferior thickness, have been
v 18 1870 s t 19 1879 5 v' 20 1880 5 _ v' 21 1881 5 CORONATION, the act of
crowning or consecratihg a king. ... In England, after idie kingdoms of the
Heptarchy had become united, we find the ceremony of coronation eontinnally
alluded ... their coronations is believed to be still preserved amongst the
Cottonian Manuscripts in the British Museum, in the volume Tib. ... of this United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Dominions thereto belonging,
according to the Statutes in ...
Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ... The practice and
the precedents, on which (for they have cited no statute, no principle of the
common law, no decision of anj' court, no dictum of any judge, no authority of any
Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1837
In England, after the kingdoms of the Heptarchy had become united, we find the
ceremony of coronation continually ... The copy of the Gospels upon which the
Saxon kings were sworn at their coronations is believed to be still preserved
amongst the Cottonian Manuscripts in the British Museum, in the volume ... of this
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Dominions thereto
belonging, according to the Statutes in ... V IS 1870 G I 19 1879 5 X1 20 1880 5 V
* 21 1881 5 ...
Sylvanus Urban - 1821
19. ON the subject of foreign orders of Knighthood, there hat lately been tome
discussion, with reipect to the power of ... It appears that these honours, variously
ranked, have been numerously conferred on British officers to the amount at
follows: ... rank, precedence, or privilege, appertaining unto a Knight Bachelor of
the united kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. ... THE Emperor Justinian, in bis
volume of Laws, known by the appellation of the " Novels," in which he was
assisted by ...
James Vallance - Rare books - 1800 - 89 pages
518 Macpherson's Dissertations on the Antient Caledonians, and the British and
Irish Scots ib. 1768 519 — — — - Introduction to the History of Great Britain and
Ireland ib. ... 1792 525 Mullalla's View of Irish Affairs, from 16S8 to 95, 2 vol. ...
1752 529 Neve's Animadversions upon Philips's Lise of Cardinal Pole Oxf. 1766
530 Newton's Rules and Statutes sor the ... 1766 Parliamentary Debates of
England, vol. 19, 20 ib. 1746 536 Parsons's (Sir Law.) Observations on the
Bequest of the ...
Thomas H. B. Oldfield - 1816 - 571 pages
Being a History of the House of Commons, and of the Counties, Cities, and
Boroughs of the United Kingdom, from the Earliest Period : in Six Volumes.
History of the ... It is a very ancient and extensive city, with a noble bridge of 12
arches over the river Dee, which falls into the Irish Channel. It contains two ... This
city being the capital of a county palatine, did not send members to the national
Parliament before they were granted the privilege by statute, 34 Henry VIII.
February 19, 1672.
Mercantile Library Association (New York, N.Y.) - 1838
Vol. 19, 4to. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Vol. 7, 4to. Gillis. United
States Astronomical Expedition to Chili. 2 vols. 4to. ... Mercantile Law of Great
Britain and Ireland. 8vo. Ross. Leading Commercial Cases of England and
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1837
Report from the Committee appointed to consider the Fourth Article of the Union
between Great Britain and Ireland, as to the ... SUBJECT z—Resolution as to
ofiices in Ireland, which should disqualify the holders from sitting in the House of
Commons of the United Kingdom; viz. ... 1, Journ. vol. 19, p. 473 Disabled from
holding office or sitting in Parliament by Statute 7 Geo. 1, c. 28, 1806—7 (79.) p. 7
Thomas Jones Howell, William Cobbett, David Jardine - Trials (Treason) - 1816
1710-19 Thomas Jones Howell, William Cobbett, David Jardine Thomas Bayly
Howell ... innuendoes, that it is any offence against the statute. ... which
expression comprehends Great Britain and Ireland; in the indictment they have
not mentioned Ireland, it is only ' ad coronam hujus ... Magna; Britannia;' in the
beginning ; though England and Scotland make one united kiugdom, Ireland is
Thomas Edlyne Tomlins - 1820
19. GRAVE. The names of places ending with grave come from the Sax. graf, a
wood, thicket, den or cave. GRAVERS. ... GREAT MEN. This expression is
sometimes, in ancient statutes, understood of the Temporal Lords in the higher
house of ... it was provided, that there should be one great seal for the United
Kingdom of Great Britain, which should be used for ... On the union between
Great Britain and Ireland, no express provision was made by any article of that
union, as to the ...
Edward E. Deacon - 1831 - 1536 pages
As Altered by the Recent Statutes for the Consolidation and Improvement of it : in
Two Volumes Edward E. Deacon. Recovery and 19. ... and may be sued for in
like manner, as any penalties incurred in Great Britain, and in the British colonies
in America, respectively now go ... By section 3., any vessel (not square-rigged)
belonging as aforesaid, and found in the British or Irish channel, or elsewhere
Great Britain - Law - 1823
Great Britain. deducting 139,000/. for savings, &c. ditto, 75,624/. ; for ordnance for
land service, and not provided for in 1623,1,090/. ; for ordnance in Ireland for
1824, after deducting 2,432/. for rents and old stores, 87 ... in Westminster Hall,
ditto, 30,000/.; for British Museum, ditto, 40,000/.; for the harbour at King's Town (
formerly Dnnleary), ditto, ... (id. ; for printing 79th Vol. of Journals of the House of
Commons, 3,500/. ; for deficiency of grant in 1SS23, for printing 78th Vol. of ditto,
Great Britain, Danby Pickering - Law - 1764
Great Britain, Danby Pickering. THE STATUTES at Large, &c. ... 1695. in the
seventh year of the reign of our sovereign lord William the Third, by the grace of
God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. ...
3 * year of the reign of King Charles the Second, and other subsequent c.19.
statutes, for encouragement of coinage, Jhall be ... which will be ve- s • ry
beneficial to the trade and commerce of this kingdom : for the en- J couragement
Sir Edward Coke, Sir Thomas Littleton, Francis Hargrave, Charles Butler, Sir Matthew Hale, Heneage Finch Earl of Nottingham, Thomas Day - Land tenure - 1812
All these parts, taken together, are sometimes called the British seas ; but
considered separately, each varies in its ... not only including the sea between
Great Britain and Ireland, but extending over the Atlantic ocean, which washes
the western ... for the first part of the statute, which destroys the incidents to
tenures by knight's service, of which grand serjeanty was the ... Vol. in. 19 □ 105.
b. From this undistinguishing mode of expression, and from 105. Lib. 2. Of Grand
Edward Baines - Great Britain - 1823
He abstained, like the lord chief justice, from entering into a discussion of the
great authorities, but quoted some ... The motion was negatived by 75 to 19- A
similar motion was made by Sir Samuel Romilly in the house of commons, but ...
his proposal, and furnished him with money to make a tour through the principal
towns in the north of England. ... This, they said, had long been their own
conviction, and was now so clear that the people. vol. iv.— 38. U OP GEORGE
Great Britain, William David Evans, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Colpitts Granger - Law - 1836
Arranged According to the Order of Subjects, with Notes Great Britain, William
David Evans, Anthony Hammond, Thomas ... III. governor and company of the
bank of England ; and the said perpetual 3 & 4 W. 4, annuities shall cease to be
... pany of the bank of Ireland, and vice versd, for the purpose of having ferred to
and corresponding sums in the like annuities for ... 22, relating to the
apportionment of annuities, see post, Part IV., Class 19. ... See the clause, Evan's
Statutes, vol. vi. p.
Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
In 1707; the Irish Parliament, by a statute framed in imitation of the English bounty
act of IG'89, granted a bounty of Is. 6d. per quarter on ... This act, however, did not
, by any means, place the Irish agriculturists on the same footing with those of
Great Britain. ... stop to her rising progress in the woollen manufactures; and if the
government of England, and its dependents in the Irish Parliament, ... 19, was
passed, by which a bounty of 3s. ... 1 (Account of Ireland, Statistical and Political,
British museum - 1819
A Volume Written on parchment in the fourteenth century, and containing various
ancient Statutes at length; abridgments of others; ... King John's surrender of
England and Ireland to the see of Rome, to be held as feudatory, pag. ... 19.
Statutum de mediis, factum apud Westm' anno regni Regis E. 18. p. 39. 20.
Statutum de moneta. p. 39. (Gallice.) ... of London, taken from a book in Latin,
compiled by a good and wise clerk, in the time of Randolf de Glanvyle, Chief
Justice of the kingdom.
Chambers's (W. and 1!.) Educational Course, " Fairbairn's Geographical Text
Book for the Map of England," IQmo, 10d. ... Craigie's (David) Elements of the
Practice of Physic, Vol. 2, Eva, ll 2:. .... Nunn's (E. C.) Statistical Exercises on the
Maps of Great Britain and Ireland, . IBmo, sou-ed ... Magistrate's Statutes, 8rd and
4th Victoria, 1840, Bvo, 7;. Present from ... 19, “ Chelsca Pensioners," 12mo, 6:. (p
. 1652.) ...
Great Britain - 1750 - 4647 pages
Or, The Lives of the Most Eminent Persons who Have Flourished in Great Britain
and Ireland, from the Earliest Ages, ... 734 i »n<l Vol. V. p.i, 4. (P) Sp'igge, p *33—
(») Whitclock, p. 101. 145, Sc, do [j) Lord Claren • in, Vol. V. p. T. Hobbn, 11 a-
taw, p. 185. ... 19 fa). And thus, before Michaelmas 1646, the unhappy King
Charles I. had neither army nor fortress left in England. ... should and might,
according to their statutes, char- ' ters and cuflomes, enjoy their ancient forme of '
Biography - 1833 - 571 pages
hills, there be no seas or great rivers, there is no diversity of tongue or language
that hath invited or provoked this ancient ... by union in such circumstances amply
justify his expression to the king, that ' England, Scotland, and Ireland, well united
, ... to the King on Presenting his Discourse touching the Plantation of Ireland. t
Chandler's Commons' Debates, vol. ill. p, ... statute to be reduced into writing and
submitted to the queen and the parliament of each kingdom, to whom the entire ...
18 As for his father, because he cruelly oppressed, spoiled his brother by
violence, and did that which is not good among his ... 19 Yet say ye, Why ? doth
not the son bear the iniquity of the father? When the son hath done that which is
lawful and right, and hath kept all my statutes, and hath done them, he shall