Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Ecclesiastical Courts at Doctors' Commons, and in the High Court of Delegates, Svazek 3,Svazek 15

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W. Benning, 1829
 

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Strana 195 - Signed, Sealed, Published and Declared to be the last will and testament of the...
Strana 320 - Licence from a Person or Persons having Authority to grant the same, first had and obtained, or shall knowingly and wilfully consent to or acquiesce in the Solemnization of such Marriage by any Person not being in Holy Orders, the Marriages of such Persons shall be null and void to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever.
Strana 510 - devoid of all authority," it professes, in the title page, to have been " published by the Unitarian Society for promoting Christian Knowledge and the practice of virtue by the distribution of Books.
Strana 126 - ... and, from a conformity to the corrupt manners of the world, may have no wish to pursue a legal remedy, or may not think it worth pursuing ; and if such a person, after a long continuance of toleration, of himself awakes, or is compelled by the clamour and outcry of the world to awake, he awakes too late. If the adultery has gone on for a length of time, he does not stand before the Court in the favourable light of a person acting on the spur of honest feeling, whom the law 'delights to succour...
Strana 237 - ... thereto, to be by him signed and published in the presence of and attested by three or more credible witnesses...
Strana 211 - ... and to their heirs and assigns for ever, as tenants in common, and not as joint tenants...
Strana 420 - For it is a principle of universal law that the natural born subject of one prince cannot by any act of his own, no, not by swearing allegiance to another, put off or discharge his natural allegiance to the former, for this natural allegiance was intrinsic and primitive, and antecedent to the other, and cannot be divested without the concurrent act of that prince to whom it was first due.
Strana 56 - The first general and simple rule is, if a man sees what a reasonable man could not see without alarm; if he sees what a reasonable man could not permit, he must be supposed to see and mean the consequences...
Strana 78 - ... he is perfectly at liberty to let the licentiousness of the wife have its full scope; but that he is to contrive the meeting, that he is to invite the adulterer, then to decamp and give him the opportunity, I do think amounts to legal prostitution.
Strana 124 - ... in it, for the adulterer may be ignorant of the understanding. However, it is no decisive proof of collusion, that after the adultery has been committed, both parties desire a separation ; it would be hard that the husband should not be released, because the offending wife equally wishes it ; she may have honest or dishonest reasons, innocent or profligate...

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