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" It is such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity and quiet of the realm as no part of the christian world hath the like, if the same be duly executed. "
On Civil Liberty and Self-government - Página 356
por Francis Lieber - 1853
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The Law Quarterly Review, Volumen23

1907
...three centuries earlier another great English jurist had said of this office: ' It is such a form of government for the tranquillity and quiet of the realm...Christian world hath the like if the same be duly exercised 2 .' From at least the beginning of the thirteenth century there existed in England a class...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...private account seem attainable. "It is such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity of the realm as no part of the Christian world hath the like, if the same be duly exercised." 1 writ of power."— Medley, English Constitutional History, p. 395' Cited from Coke's...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...private account seem attainable. "It is such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity of the realm as no part of the Christian world hath the like, if the same be duly exercised." 1 -writ of power."—Medley, English Constitutional History, p. 3951 Cited from Coke's...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...private account seem attainable. "It is such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity of the realm as no part of the Christian world hath the like, if the same be duly exercised." 1 writ of power."— Medley, English Constitutional History, p. 395' Cited from Coke's...
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The Making of the English Constitution, 449-1485

Albert Beebe White - 1908 - 410 páginas
...private account seem attainable. "It is such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity of the realm as no part of the Christian world hath the like, if the same be duly exercised." 1 writ of power."—Medley, English Constitutional History, p. 3951 Cited from Coke's Fourth...
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - 1914
...Police, p. 84. Sir Edward Coke declared with enthusiasm in reference to the system : " It is such a forme of subordinate government for the tranquillity and...Christian world hath the like, if the same be duly exercised." Institutes of the Laws of England (1797), IV. 170. two small octavos. Revised and supplemented...
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A History of English Law, Volumen1

Sir William Searle Holdsworth - 1922
...county. They were efficient rulers ; tor, in the seventeenth century, Coke could say of their rule "it is such a form of subordinate government for the...as no part of the Christian world hath the like." l To give a full account of the office of the Justice of the Peace would here be out of place. " Long...
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The Stuart Constitution, 1603-1688: Documents and Commentary

J. P. Kenyon - 1986 - 478 páginas
...2 October 1677 The power, office and jurisdiction of justices of peace (saith the Lord Coke . . .) is such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity and quiet of this realm as no part of the Christian world hath the like, if duly executed; here the streams ofjustice...
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The North American Review, Volumen19

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Russell Lowell - 1824
...and good order of society. Speaking of the institution of justices of the peace, lord Coke says, ' It is such a form of subordinate government for the...world hath the like, if the same be duly executed.' A magistrate of such power, and so important in the regulation of civilised society, ought to be well...
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Southern Slavery and the Law, 1619-1860

Thomas D. Morris - 1996 - 575 páginas
...officials. In the seventeenth century Coke gave them fulsome praise: the justices, he wrote, provided “such a form of subordinate government for the tranquillity...as no part of the Christian world hath the like?' Numerous treatises described the metes and bounds of their authority. One of the first was William...
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