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" King's Council who are not peers of the realm, in particular the judges and the Masters of the Chancery, are summoned to the Lords' House of Parliament, and only by slow degrees is it made plain to them that, when they are in that House, they are mere... "
Social England: A Record of the Progress of the People in Religion, Laws ... - Sivu 655
muokkaaja - 1909
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Social England: From the accession of Edward the First to the death of Henry ...

Henry Duff Traill, James Saumarez Mann - 1903
...Library). (Ttij permission of the Mtistcrs of the Bench.) the judges and the Masters of the Chancery, arc summoned to the Lords' House of Parliament, and only...Council, its actual constitution varying much and nee. from reign to reign, does a great deal of justice, for the more part criminal justice, and this...

The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 sivua
...that, when they are in that house, they are mere 'assistants' of the peers and are only to speak when spoken to. On the other hand there is a widespread,...belief that all the peers are by rights the king's seen that both bodies might, at the beginning of the fourteenth century, entertain any civil or criminal...

The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 sivua
...that, when they are in that house, they are mere 'assistants' of the peers and are only to speak when spoken to. On the other hand there is a widespread,...belief that all the peers are by rights the king's seen that both bodies might, at the beginning of the fourteenth century, entertain any civil or criminal...

The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 sivua
...that, when they are in that house, they are mere 'assistants' of the peers and are only to speak when spoken to. On the other hand there is a widespread, if not very practical, belief that all the peers arc by rights the king's seen that both bodies might, at the beginning of the fourteenth century, entertain...

The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 sivua
...empowered it to deal with certain cases. It exercised a sort of supplementary criminal juriscouncillors, and that any one of them may sit at the council board if he pleases. " — Traill, Social England ii., 483. diction, and punished severely by fine or imprison\ment. Rioting,...

A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 sivua
...Chamber. On the one hand, those of the king's council who are not peers of the realm, in particular the judges and the masters of the chancery, are summoned...enough are left open for subsequent centuries. Its Work and Use. Meanwhile the council, its actual constitution varying much from reign to reign, does a great...

A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 sivua
...Chamber. On the one hand, those of the king's council who are not peers of the realm, in particular the judges and the masters of the chancery, are summoned...enough are left open for subsequent centuries. Its Work and Use. Meanwhile the council, its actual constitution varying much from reign to reign, does a great...

A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 sivua
...plain to them that, when they are in that house, they are \ \ \ \ 1600] Statute and Common Law 117 mere "assistants" of the peers, and are only to speak...enough are left open for subsequent centuries. Its Work and Use. Meanwhile the council, its actual constitution varying much from reign to reign, does a great...

Law Notes, Nide 15

1912
...one hand, those of the King's Council who are not peers of the realm, in particular the judges and masters of the chancery, are summoned to the Lords'...Questions enough are left open for subsequent centuries. Meanwhile the Council, its actual constitution varying much from reign to reign, does a great deal...

A Sketch of English Legal History

Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 2010 - 244 sivua
...as an historian, for his own sake and his readers', might wish them to be. mere "assistants" of tlie peers, and are only to speak when they are spoken...enough are left open for subsequent centuries. Its Work and Use. Meanwhile the council, its actual constitution varying much from reign to reign, does a great...
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