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On the Question, whether the Law of England countenances the Interposition of Extrinsecal Authority, in Corporations call'd Universities and Colleges in general, applicable to any Charge of Non-Feasance, &c. upon the Vice-Chancellor: From Hales, Holt, Atkins, Croke, Stillingfleet, Skinner, &c.
INTRODUCTION. Section the first. On the STUDY of the LAW. [A] Mr Vice-Chancellor, and gentlemen of the university. T HE general expectation of so numerous and respectable an audience, the novelty, and (I may add) the importance of the duty required from this chair, must unavoidably be productive of great diffidence and apprehensions in him who has the honour to be.
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PREFACE. The following sheets contain the substance of a course of lectures on the Laws of England, which were read by the author in the University of Oxford. His original plan took its rise in the year ; and, notwithstanding the novelty of such an attempt in this age and country, and the prejudices usually conceived against any innovations in the established mode of education, he had the.
William Prynne ( – 24 October ) was an English lawyer, author, polemicist, and political figure. He was a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William views on church polity were presbyterian, but he became known in the s as an Erastian, arguing for overall state control of religious matters.
A Plea for the LORDS AND HOUSE of PEERS. OR A full, necessary, seasonable enlarged Vindication, of the just, antient hereditary Right of the Earls, Lords, Peers, and Barons of this Realm to sit, vote, judge, in all the PARLIAMENTS of ENGLAND.
Wherein their Right of Session, and Sole Power of Judicature without the Commons House, in Criminal, Civil, Ecclesiastical causes as well of Commons.
In this book, developed from the Hamlyn Lectures, Waldron rejects the idea that the Rule of Law privileges property rights over other forms of law and argues instead that the Rule of Law should endorse and applaud the use of legislation to achieve valid social objectives.
Edwards, John, A Brief Vindication of the Fundamental Articles of the Christian Faith, and also of the clergy, universities and publick schools, from Mr. Lock’s reflections upon them in his book on Education, etc.
With some animadversions on two other late pamphlets, viz. Of Mr. Bold and a Nameless Socinian Writer. London: J. Robinson, This book was written at the beginning of the 10 year Intrusion Controversy in that led up to the birth of the Free Church of Scotland from the Church of Scotland in the Disruption of Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
and two discourses, on self. ‘A Course of Academical Lectures,’ ‘Select Discourses on Several Subjects,’ ‘The Orators' Magazine,’ ‘Law and Arguments in Vindication of the University of Oxford,’ ‘Second St.
Paul and Equity Hall,’ He wrote two ‘Spectator’ papers—Nos. 94 and In this discussion, Carlo Lottieri, Professor of Philosophy of Law at the University of Verona, argues that the main intellectual contribution of the Italian jurist Bruno Leoni () is usually connected to his analysis of the opposition between legislation and law, between the order built by lawmakers on one side and the set of norms.(Washington, D.
C., The Catholic university of America press, [i.e]), by Augustine Paul Hennessy (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Redemption, by Edward Hoare (Gutenberg ebook) Time and the end of time, or, Two discourses, the first about redemption of time, the second about consideration of our latter end by John Fox.