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" I say the King, I always mean the King without the concurrence of Parliament,) has a power to alter the old and to introduce new laws in a conquered country, this legislation being subordinate, that is, subordinate to his own authority in Parliament,... "
Calcutta Monthly Journal and General Register ... - Page 187
1837
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A General Abridgement of Law and Equity: Alphabetically Digested ..., Volume 16

Charles Viner - Law - 1799
...xra : and in all probability arofe from the mad enthuiiafm of the Croifudes. 7. If the king without the concurrence of parliament has a power to alter the old and introduce new laws in a conquered country, the legiflation being fubordinate to his own authority in,...
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench: From ..., Volume 1

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Henry Cowper - Law reports, digests, etc - 1800 - 891 pages
...and laft propofition is, that if the king (a"rtd when I fay the Icing, I always mean the king without the concurrence of parliament,) has a power to alter...to introduce new. laws in a conquered country, this legiflation being fubordinate,, that is, fubordinate to his own authority in parliament, he cannot...
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The Question of the Bahama Jurisdiction Over the Turk's Islands: Discussed ...

Isocrates - Turks and Caicos Islands - 1803 - 91 pages
...alter the old and introduce new laws ; but, this legiflation being fubordinate, that is, fubordinate to his own authority in Parliament, he cannot make...any new change contrary to fundamental principles. If he acquires a country by title of defcent, or by the propriety or occupancy of his fubjects, he...
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A Treatise on the Statute of Frauds: As it Regards Declarations in Trust ...

William Roberts - Evidence (Law) - 1807 - 470 pages
...King, without the concurrence of parliament, has a power to alterthe old and introduce new laws into a conquered country, this legislation being subordinate,...parliament, he cannot make any new change contrary tofundamental principles : he cannot exempt an inhabitant from that particular dominion ; as, for instance,...
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A Digest of the Laws (from 12 Charles II. to 58 George III. Inclusive ...

William Earnshaw - Maritime law - 1818 - 424 pages
...Enemies or Aliens; artd although the King, * Commentaries on the Laws of England. A 2 without without the Concurrence of Parliament, has a Power to alter the old and introduce new Laws in a conquered Country, he cannot exempt an Inhabitant from the Laws of Trade, or...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 14

James Silk Buckingham - Great Britain - 1827
...probability arose from the mad enthusiasm of the crusades. 6. If the King (by which is meant the King without the concurrence of parliament) has a power to alter the old, and to introduce • Cowper's Reports, 204. f Dodsons's Adm. Rep. 450. new laws in a conquered country, this legislation...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1827
...probability arose from the mad enthusiasm of the crusades. 6. If the King (by which is meant the King without the concurrence of parliament) has a power to alter the old, and to introduce • Cowpcr's Reports, i!04. f Dodsons's Adm. Rep, 460. laws in a conquered country, this legislation...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 25

Asia - 1828
...tfae sixth proposition, that " if the king ind when I say the king, I always mean the king without the concurrence of parliament) has a power to alter...conquered country, this legislation being subordinate to his own authority in parliament, he cinnot make any new changes contrary to fundamental principles."...
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Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 25

South Asia - 1828
...interfere. In the sixth proposition before alluded to, Lord Mansfield puts it hypolhelically : " if the king has a power to alter the old and to introduce new...conquered country, this legislation being subordinate to his own authority in parliament, he cannot make any new change contrary to fundamental principles.'*...
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Epitome of the Laws of Nova-Scotia, Volume 1

Beamish Murdoch - Law - 1832
...6th and last proposition is, that if the king (and when I say the king I always mean the king without the concurrence of parliament) has a power to alter the old and introduce new laws in a conquered country, this legislation being subordinate, that is subordinate...
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