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Pocket Book of Britain's Walks: 120 Themed Walks Exploring

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If a new road, for instance, were to be made through the grounds of a private person, it might perhaps be extensively beneficial to the public; but the law permits no man, or set of men, to do this without consent of the owner of the land. She suffered a severe stroke in 1923 and lived the remainder of her life at the New England Hospital for Women and Children where she had done her first training. This carried on until the Middle Ages when the sea levels rose and flooded the pits.
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Even More Wessex Walkies: For You and Your Dog

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But the franchises of treasure-trove, waifs, estrays, and the like, may be claimed by prescription; for they arise from private contingencies, and not from any matter of record. (k) 5. Therefore if a boy under fourteen, or a girl under twelve years of age, marries, this marriage is only inchoate and imperfect; 9 and, when either of them comes to the age of consent aforesaid, they may disagree and declare the marriage void, without any divorce or sentence in the spiritual court.
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Guildford and Woking Street Atlas (Local Red Books)

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Building reflected affluence and expenditure, as with the insertion of chimney stacks in many houses. The land-tax, or the ancient subsidy raised upon a new assessment. There is therefore a very considerable difference in the acquisition of this species of property by the husband, **434]according to the subject-matter, viz., whether it be a chattel real or chattel personal; and, of chattels personal, whether it be in possession or in action only.
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Ben le Vay's Eccentric London: A Practical Guide To A

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By the second and third decades of the 1600s, each group decided that England was no place to put their controversial beliefs into practice. This was Patton as the men had imagined him to be, and in rare form, too. Originally, the precedence of baronets was set in each letters patent of creation. England's urbanism and notions of landscape and countryside are closely tied to the movement of people and economic sectors from major metropolitan areas into new towns, extensions of older towns, smaller towns, villages, and remote rural areas.
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Lakeland Fells: Buttermere and the West (Walking Country)

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II. c. 3, which enacts (according to the ancient rule of law) (g) that where there is no special occupant, in whom the estate may vest, the tenant pur auter vie may devise it *[*260by will, or it shall go to the executors or administrators, and be assets in their hands for payment of debts: 1 the other, that of 14 Geo. The 25-year-old has started all seven of Liverpool's Premier League fixtures since his move from Newcastle in the summer.
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Surrey Street Atlas

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And therefore they begged and bought, for masses and obits, and sometimes even for money, all the advowsons within their reach, and then appropriated the benefices to the use of their own corporation. She was Philadelphia's first woman physician. But this being found upon many accounts inconvenient, (particularly, by dividing the services, and thereby weakening the strength of the feodal union,) and honorary feuds (or titles of nobility) being now introduced, which were not of *[*57a divisible nature, but could only be inherited by the eldest son; (o) in imitation of these, military feuds (or those we are now describing) began also in most countries to descend, according to the same rule of primogeniture, to the eldest son, in exclusion of all the rest. (p) Other qualities of feuds were, that the feudatory could not aliene or dispose of his feud; neither could he exchange, nor yet mortgage, nor even devise it by will, without the consent of the lord. (q) For the reason of conferring the feud being the personal abilities of the feudatory to serve in war, it was not fit he should be at liberty to transfer this gift, either from himself, or from his posterity who were presumed to inherit his valour, to others who might prove less able.
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Bath Mini Map

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In defect of these, the issue of William and Jane Smith, the parents of his paternal grandfather’s mother: (n° 10,)—and so on in the paternal grandfather’s maternal line, or blood of Christian Smith, in infinitum: till both the **238]immediate bloods of George Stiles, the paternal grandfather, are spent.—Then we must resort to the issue of Luke and Frances Kempe, the parents of John Stiles’s paternal grandmother: (n° 11,)—then to the issue of Thomas and Sarah Kempe, the parents of his paternal grandmother’s father: (n° 12,)—and so on in the paternal grandmother’s paternal line, or blood of Luke Kempe, in infinitum.—In default of which we must call in the issue of Charles and Mary Holland, the parents of his paternal grandmother’s mother: (n° 13,)—and so on in the paternal grandmother’s maternal line, or blood of Frances Holland, in infinitum: till both the immediate bloods of Cecilia Kempe, the paternal grandmother, are also spent.—Whereby the paternal blood of John Stiles entirely failing, recourse must then, and not before, be had to his maternal relations; or the blood of the Bakers, (n° 14, 15, 16,) Willises, (n° 17,) Thorpes, (n° 18, 19,) and Whites, (n° 20,) in the same regular successive order as in the paternal line.
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Templer Way

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And this is the case of a corporation; for if that comes by any accident to be dissolved, the donor or his heirs shall have the land again in reversion, and not the lord by escheat; which is perhaps the only instance where a reversion can be expectant on a grant in fee-simple absolute. Tax demands were especially unwelcome because of harvest failures and related social tensions. II. c. 35, but the rates of letters were altered, and some further regulations added, by the statutes 9 Anne, c. 10, 6 Geo.
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Seeing Shropshire

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VIII. c. 26, § 61, which expressly recognises this to be the law of the land, some of our writers (j) have affirmed, that the king, by his prerogative, may name whom he pleases to be sheriff, whether chosen by the judges or no. When Robert returned, Henry crossed the Channel, defeated him, and gained Normandy also. But the misfortune is, that the deserted boroughs continued to be summoned, as well as those to whom their trade and inhabitants were transferred; except a few which petitioned to be eased of the expense, then usual, of maintaining their members: four shillings a day being allowed for a knight of the shire, and two shillings for a citizen or burgess; which was the rate of wages established in the reign of Edward III. (z) 41 Hence the members for boroughs now bear above a quadruple proportion Edition: current; Page: [174] to those for counties, and the number of parliament men is increased since Fortescue’s time, in the reign of Henry the Sixth, from 300 to upwards of 500, exclusive of those for Scotland.
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Our old country towns;: By Alfred Rimmer

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The Romans at one time allowed centesimæ, one per cent. monthly, or twelve per cent. per annum, to be taken for common loans; but Justinian (m) reduced it to trientes, or one-third of the as or centesimæ, that is, four per cent.; but allowed higher interest to be taken of merchants, because there the hazard was greater. We've traveled the world to bring you compelling examples of your work from every corner of the globe. And for this purpose, the Mirror informs us, (d) were tolls established in markets, viz., to testify the making of contracts; for every private contract was discountenanced by law: insomuch that our Saxon ancestors prohibited the sale of any thing above the value of twenty pence, unless in open market, and directed every bargain and sale to be contracted in the presence of credible witnesses. (e) Market overt in the country is only held on the special days provided for particular towns by charter or prescription; but in London every day, except Sunday, is market-day. (f) The market-place, or spot of ground set apart by custom for the sale of particular goods, is also in the country the only market overt; (g) but in London every shop in which goods are exposed publicly to sale, is market overt, for such things only as the owner professes to trade in. (h) But if my goods are stolen from me, and sold, out of market overt, my property is not altered, and I may take them wherever I find them.