The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, A Commentary Upon Littleton: Not the Name of the Author Only, But of the Law Itself, Volum 1
W. Clarke, C. Hunter, and S. Brooks, 1817
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The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, A ..., Volum 2
Sir Edward Coke
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Pàgina 4 - Tenure by grand serjeanty is, where a man holds his lands or tenements of our sovereign lord the king, by such services as he ought to do in his proper person to the king, as to carry the banner of the king, or his lance, or to lead his army, or to be his marshal, or to carry his sword before him at his coronation, or to be his sewer at his coronation, or his carver, or his butler, or to be one of his chamberlains of the receipt of his exchequer, or to do other like services, &c.
Pàgina 25 - First, when the construction of any act is left to the law, the law, which abhorreth injury and wrong, will never so construe it as it shall work a wrong...
Pàgina 5 - ... and transferable, like, the ordinary subjects of property, to the best bidder, and, if not disposed of, was transmissible to the lord's personal representatives. Thus the custody of the infant's person, as well as the care of his estate, might devolve upon the most perfect stranger to the infant. — one prompted by every pecuniary motive to abuse the delicate and important trust of education, without any ties of blood or regard to counteract the temptations of interest, or any sufficient authority...
Pàgina 6 - Tenant in dower is. where a man is seised of certain lands or tenements in fee simple, fee tail general, or as heir in special tail, and taketh a wife, and dieth, the wife after the decease of her husband shall be endowed of the third part of such lands and tenements as were her husband's at any time during the coverture, to have and to hold to the same wife in...
Pàgina 18 - For in every gift in tail without more saying, the reversion of the fee simple is in the donor. And the donees and their issue shall do to the donor, and to his heirs, the like services as the donor doth to his lord next paramount, except the donees in frankmarriage, who shall hold quietly from all manner of service (unless it be for fealty) until the fourth degree is past, and after the fourth degree is past, the issue in the fifth degree, and so forth the...
Pàgina 4 - And this is another strong argument in law, Nihil quod est contra rationem est licitum; for reason is the life of the law, nay the common law itself is nothing else but reason, which is to be understood of an artificiall perfection of reason, gotten by long study, observation, and experience, and not of every man's naturall reason; for, nemo nascitur artifex.
Pàgina xx - Albeit the student shall not at any one day, do " what he can, reach to the full meaning of all that is here " laid down, yet let him no way discourage himself but " proceed : for on some other day, in some other place," (or perhaps upon a second perusal of the same,) " his doubts