Peak District (Ordnance Survey leisure guide)

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These are given to the king by the law, as a punishment upon the owner for not himself pursuing the felon and taking away his goods from him. (f) And therefore *[*297if the party robbed do his diligence immediately to follow and apprehend the thief, (which is called making fresh suit,) or do convict him afterwards, or procure evidence to convict him, he shall have his goods again. (g) Waved goods do also not belong to the king till seized by somebody for his use; for if the party robbed can seize them first, though at the distance of twenty years, the king shall never have them. (h) If the goods are hid by the thief, or left anywhere by him, so that he had them not about him, when he fled, and therefore did not throw them away in his flight; these also are not bona waviata, but the owner may have them again when he pleases. (i) The goods of a foreign merchant, though stolen and thrown away in flight, shall never be waifs: (j) the reason whereof may be, not only for the encouragement of trade, but also because there is no wilful default in the foreign merchant’s not pursuing the thief, he being generally a stranger to our laws, our usages, and our language. 14 XV.
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Lie Back and Think of England: (And Parts of Wales and

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On abortion specifically the Pope wrote: I declare that direct abortion, that is, abortion willed as an end or as a means, always constitutes a grave moral disorder, since it is the deliberate killing of an innocent human being. There was evidence that service users of mixed ethnicity and Asian ethnicity reported poorer care for all three evaluative questions than white respondents; a more variable pattern of care was evident for service users of black ethnicity and other ethnicity (tables 4 ⇑ -6 ⇑ ).
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The Good Coach Guide: England Through the Big Window

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By succession the right of chattels is vested in corporations aggregate; and likewise in such corporations sole as are the heads and representatives of bodies aggregate.............................. 430 2. In April 1484, Anne and Richard's only son, Edward of Middleham, died. III.) to compass or imagine the death of our lady the king’s companion, as of the king himself; and to violate or defile the queen consort, amounts to the same high crime; as well in the person committing the fact, as in the queen herself, if consenting.
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Suffolk Scene: A Book of Description and Adventure

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The necessity of this license from the crown was acknowledged by the constitutions of Clarendon, (e) in respect of advowsons, which the monks always greatly coveted, as being the groundwork of subsequent appropriations. (f) Yet, such were the influence and ingenuity of the clergy, that (notwithstanding this fundamental principle) we find that the largest and most considerable dotations of religious houses happened within less than two centuries after the conquest. One by one, she was admitted to the most prestigious medical organizations.
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Berlitz Travellers Guide to London 1993

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The vernal pool is being strictly protected only because of its value as a breeding habitat. 3. Map of the New England ColoniesThe founders of the New England colonies had an entirely different mission from the Jamestown settlers. And however flimsy this title, and those of William Rufus and Stephen of Blois, may appear at this distance to us, after the law of descents hath now been settled for so many centuries, they were sufficient to puzzle the understandings of our brave but unlettered ancestors.
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London Guide: Your Passport to Great Travel! (Open Road's

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Indexes for Deaths at sea are also located on findmypast, these indexes cover 1854-1890. In common-law countries, such as Great Britain and the United States, general law codes are the exception rather than the rule, largely because much of the law is based on previous judicial decisions. This restraint upon the lords soon wore away; that upon the tenants continued longer. A large body of rules, many of them highly technical and artificial, had come into existence; the common law was increasingly...
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Travellers Lake District (Travellers - Thomas Cook)

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William Fisher sent in this photo, explaining: “Took my daughter for an evening flight to enjoy a Texas sunset. The recognition and respect given to religious belief is now a crucial issue in many societies including our own. The first (model A) comprised a fixed effect multivariable linear regression model including individual sociodemographic factors as covariates and generated mean differences in outcome scores for comparator sociodemographic groups compared with reference categories, without adjustment for differences in outcome across providers.
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Along the Pennine Way

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For, though I make a last will and testament irrevocable in the strongest words, yet I am at liberty to revoke it: because my own act or words cannot alter the disposition of law, so as to make that irrevocable which is in its own nature revocable. (u) For this, saith lord Bacon, (w) would be for a man to deprive himself of that which of all other things is most incident to human condition; and that is, alteration or repentance. In process of time a permanent property was established in the substance, as well as the use, of things; which was also originally acquired by occupancy only.............................. 4, 5 4.
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The Intelligent Traveller's Guide to Historic Britain:

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The quality of the preservation was incredible - including liquid blood found in the lungs. This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. Our commitment to our customers’ complete satisfaction guaranteed! According to 2011 Census, six per cent (1.8 million) of the economically active population in England and Wales aged between 16 and 74 was unemployed1. If not an actor upon the more prominent theatre of the world’s history, within some narrower circle of society—his neighbourhood, his friends, his family, or at least his descendants—every one looks anxiously forward, in the hope that his memory will be respectfully cherished, his faults and foibles overlooked and excused, his virtues adorned in their fairest and loveliest colours.
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Strange Tales of the South West

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Or if a man starts game on another’s private grounds and kills it there, the property belongs to him in whose ground it was killed, because it was also started there; (f) the property arising ratione soli. But a testament of chattels, written in the testator’s own hand, though it has neither his name nor seal to it, nor witnesses present at its publication, is good, provided sufficient proof can be had that it is his handwriting. (o) And though *[*502written in another man’s hand, and never signed by the testator, yet, if proved to be according to his instructions and approved by him, it hath been held a good Edition: current; Page: [502] testament of the personal estate. (p) Yet it is the safer and more prudent way, and leaves less in the breast of the ecclesiastical judge, if it be signed or sealed by the testator, and published in the presence of witnesses: which last was always required in the time of Bracton; (q) or, rather, he in this respect has implicitly copied the rule of the civil law. 10 No testament is of any effect till after the death of the testator. “Nam omne testamentum morte consummatum est: et voluntas testatoris est ambulatoria usque ad mortem.” (r) 11 And therefore, if there be many testaments, the last overthrows all the former: (s) but the republication of a former will revokes one of a later date, and establishes the first again. (t) 12 Hence it follows, that testaments may be avoided three ways: 1.
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