A Law Glossary of the Latin, Greek, Norman, French, and Other Languages: Interspersed in the Commentaries by Sir W. Blackstone, Knt. and Various Law Treatises Upon Each Branch of the Profession

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W. Clarke, 1819 - Law - 220 pages

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Page 39 - gentium statim illius esse incipiunt quod enim ante nullius est, id naturali ratione occupanti conceditur: nee interest, feras bestias et volucres utrum in suo fundo quis capiat, an in alieno. Plane qui alienum fundum ingreditur venandi aut aucupandi gratia, potest a domino, si is prceviderit, prohiberi ne ingrediatur.
Page 176 - Know all men present and to come, that I John, constable of Chester, have given and granted, and by this my present charter have confirmed to Hugh
Page 26 - Contraxisse unusquisque in eo loco intelligitur in quo ut solveret se obligavit. Every person is understood to have contracted in that place, where he has obliged himself to pay.
Page 99 - prelates, lords and commons in this parliament assembled, in the name of all your other subjects, most humbly thank your majesty, and pray to God to grant you good health and
Page 99 - present parliament assemblies, au nom de touts vous autres subjects, remercient tres humblement votre majeste, et prient a Dieu vous donner en sante bone vie et longue. The prelates, lords and commons in this parliament assembled, in the name of all your other subjects, most humbly thank your majesty, and pray to God to grant you good health and long life.
Page 98 - Le roy remercie ses loyal subjects, accepte leur benevolence, et aussi le veut. The king thanks his loyal subjects, accepts their benevolence, and wills it to be so. Le
Page 17 - Centeni ex singulis pagis, sunt, idque ipsum inter suos vocantur ; et, quod primo numerusfuit, jam nomen et honor est.
Page 186 - but also in all similar cases. Si in chartis membranisve tuis carmen vel historiam vel orationem Titius scripserit, hujus corporis non Titius sed tu dominus esse videris. If Titius
Page 73 - Hceredes successoresque, sui cuique liberi, et nullum testamentum : si liberi non sunt, proximus gradus in possessions, fratres, patrui avunculi.
Page 185 - he shall have all in damages. Si imperialis majestas causam cognitionaliter examinaverit, et partibus, cominus constitutis sententiam dixerit, omnes omnino judices, qui sub nostro imperio sunt, sciant hanc esse legem, non solum illi

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