Modern Reports: Or, Select Cases Adjudged in the Courts of King's Bench, Chancery, Common Pleas, and Exchequer ... [1663-1755], Volumen1


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Página 36 - The cases where the Courts of Westminster have taken cognizance of privilege differ from this case ; for in those it was only an incident to the case before them, which was of their cognizance, but the direct point of the matter is now the judgment of the Lords.
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Página 36 - And the third, the Chief Justice, thought the Court had no jurisdiction, for reasons unconnected with the continuance of the session. It is strange that the duration of the session, on which the judgments turn...

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