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THE CIVIL AND CANON LAW

CONSIDERED IN ITS RELATION TO

THE STATE, THE CHURCH, AND
THE UNIVERSITIES,

AND IN ITS CONNECTION WITH

THE COLLEGE OF ADVOCATES.

BY

ROBERT PHILLIMORE,

BARRISTER OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, ADVOCATE IN DOCTORS COMMONS,
AND LATE STUDENT OF CHRIST CHURCH.

"The study of the Ecclesiastical Law requires an accurate acquaintance with the principles
of the Civil Law, upon which the Law of the Admiralty in founded, and the Civilian is led
to the investigation of those principles of general jurisprudence by which the intercourse of
nations is governed, and the rights and obligations of belligerents and neutrals in time of war
is defined."—Report of Commissioners for inquring into the Ecclesiastical Courts.

"It is the very Law by which the two Universities ere governed, by which all Civil con-
troversies, excepting pleas of frauk tenements, aTe directed to be decided."— Halifax on the
Civil Law, Preface, xvii.

LONDON:

S. SWEET, CHANCERY LANE; J. RIDGWAY, PICCADILLY.

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