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Author: R.W. Dunning
ISBN: 0859750051
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Bratton Publishing Ltd (January 25, 1974)
Language: English
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e-Book Series of Precedents and Proceedings in Criminal Causes, Extending from the Year 1475 to 1640: Extracted from the Act-books of Ecclesiastical Courts ... London, Illustrative of the Church of England epub download

by R.W. Dunning



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A Series of Precedents and Proceedings in Criminal Causes Extending From the Year 1475 to 1640, Extracted From Act-Books . Depositions and Other Ecclesiastical Proceedings From the Courts of Durham, Extending From 1311 to the Reign of Elizabeth

A Series of Precedents and Proceedings in Criminal Causes Extending From the Year 1475 to 1640, Extracted From Act-Books? of Ecclesiastical Courts in the Diocese of London, Illustrative of the Discipline of the Church of England : to Which Is Prefixed an Introductory Essay. London: . amp; J. Rivington, 1847. Depositions and Other Ecclesiastical Proceedings From the Courts of Durham, Extending From 1311 to the Reign of Elizabeth. Publications of the Surtees Society, 21.

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Author: Church of England, Diocese of Durham; Category: Magic and Witchcraft; Length: 377 Pages; Year: 1845. This volume consists of Extracts of Ecclesiastical Proceedings in the Courts of Durham on such subjects as come within the scope of this Society.

The former predominated. Oxford history of the laws of England, volume I: The Canon law and Ecclesiastical jurisdiction from 597 to the 1640s. Most important, the Church of England rejected the Council of Trent’s decree Tametsi. Private exchanges of words of present consent continued to be specifically enforceable as valid marriages. Some tightening of the requirements necessary to prove their legal existence did occur, but no change in the substantive law took place. A series of precedents and proceedings in criminal causes, 1475–1640. Edinburgh: Bratton Publishing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.