The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign Jurisprudence, Svazek 13

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O. Richards, 1851

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Strana 426 - is enacted, that the King shall be reputed the only supreme Head, in earth, of the Church of England, and shall have, annexed to the imperial crown of this realm, as well the title and style thereof, as all jurisdictions, authorities, and commodities to the said dignity of supreme Head of the Church appertaining.
Strana 90 - of his patient, be examined, in a civil action, as to any information acquired in attending the patient, which was necessary to enable him to prescribe or act for' the patient. " 5. A public officer cannot be examined as to communications made to him in official confidence, when the public interests would suffer by the disclosure.
Strana 375 - at his or her coronation, shall .... take and subscribe an oath to maintain and preserve inviolably the said settlement of the Church of England, and the doctrine, worship, discipline, and government thereof, as by law established within the Kingdoms of England and Ireland, the dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, and the territories thereunto belonging.
Strana 389 - that the Protestant Episcopal Church of England and Ireland, and the doctrine, discipline, and government thereof, and likewise the Protestant Presbyterian Church of Scotland, and the doctrine, discipline, and government thereof, are, by the respective Acts of Union of England and Scotland, and of Great Britain and Ireland, established permanently and inviolably; and
Strana 126 - either order a new trial on such terms as it thinks fit, or may order judgment to be entered for either party, as the case may be; and may make such order with respect to the costs of the said appeal as such Court may think proper ; and such order shall be final.
Strana 89 - 1. Those who are of unsound mind at the time of their production for examination. " 2. Children under ten years of age, who appear incapable of receiving just impressions of the facts, respecting which they are examined, or of relating them truly.
Strana 73 - are not required to be in any particular form, but must be such as to enable a person of common understanding to know what is intended.
Strana 270 - it is done under colour of justice: and where the liberty of the subject is invaded, it is a provocation to all the subjects of England. A man ought to be concerned for Magna Charta and the laws. And if any one against law imprison a man, he is an offender against Magna Charta.
Strana 78 - toward the justice while holding the court, tending to interrupt the due course of a trial, or other judicial proceeding. " 2. A breach of the peace, boisterous conduct, or violent disturbance, tending to interrupt the due course of a trial or other judicial proceeding.
Strana 389 - by the respective Acts of Union of England and Scotland, and of Great Britain and Ireland, established permanently and inviolably; and that the right and title of archbishops to their respective provinces, of bishops to their sees, and of deans to their deaneries, as well in England as in Ireland, have been settled and established by law,

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