Imprisonment for Debt Unconstitutional and Oppressive: Proved from the Fundamental Principles of the British Constitution, and the Rights of Nature
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able according action aforeſaid againſt allow anſwer appear arreſt attorney bail bailiff becauſe bill body buſineſs called caſe cauſe Charles Long command committed Common common law Common Pleas confinement contrary court creditors debt debtor defendant Edward effects England error eſtabliſhed evil expence faith firſt give given habeas hand hath himſelf holding houſe hundred pounds Impriſonment iſſue John judge judgment jury juſtice keep King's Bench knight land late lawyers liberty lord the king manner matter means muſt named notice obliged officer owes paid Parliament parties perſon plaintiff plea poor preſent principle priſon proceedings proceſs reaſon record reign remedy render reſpect Return ſaid Charles ſaid William ſame ſays ſecurity ſee ſeems ſent ſhall ſheriff ſhould ſome ſubject ſuch taken theſe thing thoſe told turn uſed warrant Weſtminſter William Burton writ
Página 70 - Barker, or his certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns ; for which payment well and truly to be made, I bind myself, my heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly by these presents, sealed with my seal.
Página 75 - William hath not hitherto paid: and this he is ready to verify. Wherefore he prays judgment, and his debt aforefaid, together with his damages occafioned by the detention of the faid debt, to be adjudged unto him, &e.
Página 160 - Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry, and that thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house? when thou seest the naked, that thou cover him; and that thou hide not thyself from thine own flesh?
Página 19 - And, lastly (which alone would have merited the title that it bears, of the great charter), it protected every individual of the nation in the free enjoyment of his life, his liberty, and his property, unless declared to be forfeited by the judgment of his peers, or the law of the land.
Página 68 - England ; that the record and process aforesaid being inspected, we may cause to be done thereupon, for correcting that error, what of right and according to the law and custom of our realm of England ought to be done. WITNESS ourself at Westminster, the twelfth day of February, in the twenty-ninth year of our reign.
Página 81 - Render ; faith, that neither in the record and procefs aforefaid, nor in the gi v-^""""^ 1"" ing of the judgment aforefaid, in any thing is there erred : and he prays in like manner that the court of the faid lord the king here may proceed to the examination as well...
Página 75 - Charles hath no neceffity, neif f* ther is he obliged by the law of the land, in " any manner to anfwer ; and this he is ready " to verify. Wherefore for want of a fufficient...
Página 41 - Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Second, by the Grace of GOD, of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, KING, Defender of the Faith, &c.