The English Reports, Volume 4; Volume 94

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Page 571 - the elder of such sons and the heirs male of his body always to be preferred before the younger of such sons and the heirs male of his body ; and in default of such issue
Page 571 - before the younger of such sons and the heirs male of his body ; and in default of such issue male, then to the daughters of the said
Page 329 - wife for their lives and the life of the longer liver of them, and after their decease to the use of the heirs of the said
Page 119 - though there were professions in the book, that the design of it was to establish Christianity upon a true bottom, by considering these narratives in Scripture as emblematical and prophetical, the Court said, those professions could not be credited ; and the rule is, allegatio contra factum non est
Page 522 - rule to shew cause, why an information in the nature of a quo warranto should not go against the defendant for exercising the office of
Page 24 - a rule to shew cause why an information in the nature of a quo warranto should not go against the defendant for exercising the
Page 26 - that religion was part of the common law ; and therefore whatever is an offence against that, is evidently an offence against the common law. Now morality is the fundamental part of religion, and therefore whatever strikes against that, must for the same reason be an offence against the common law.
Page 554 - in pursuance of the statute in that case made and provided. These are therefore in His Majesty's name to require you to take into your custody the body of the said John
Page 567 - rule to shew cause, why an information in the nature of a quo warranto should not be granted against the
Page 119 - that as the Christian religion was part of the law, whatever derided that, derided the law, and consequently must be an offence against the law; for the laws are the only means to preserve the peace and order of every Government, and therefore whatever exposes them

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