Committee For The County Of Hertfordshire : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament for further addition of power to the committee for the county of Hertfordshire. : With the names of the knights, gentlemen, and officers which are of the said committee: being further enabled to raise and maintaine forces for the defence and preservation of the said county. Jo. Browne Cleric. Parliament.; England and Wales.
Committee Of Goldsmiths Hall : Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: : the one, giving power to the committee of Goldsmiths Hall to tender the solemne League and Covenant to all persons that come out of the Kings quarters to compound for their delinquency. The other, for the enabling of the commissioners of the great seale, and the other committees in their severall counties, to tender an oath to all such persons, of what degree or quality soever, that shall come into the protection of the Parliament. Together with the said oath to be taken. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that these ordinances be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Commodity Backed Bonds Early Works To 1800 : Proposals to increase trade and to advance His Majesties revenue without any hazard or charge to any body, and with apparent profit to every body / by M. Lewis.; Lewis, M.
Common European Framework : Common European Framework of Reference for Languages : learning, teaching, assessment / Council for Cultural Co-operation, Education Committee, Modern Languages Division, Strasbourg.
Common Good Congresses : New trends in international lawmaking : international "legislation" in the public interest : proceedings of an international symposium of the Kiel Walther-Schücking-Institute of International Law, March 6 to 8, 1996 / edited by Jost Delbrück ; assistant editor, Ursula E. Heinz.
Common Law England 17th Century : The Iudges resolvtions concerning statute law for parishes and the power of iustices of peace, churchwardens and constables : and to know what they are to do concerning bastards born in their parishes, reliefe of the poore and providing for poore children what remedy for the same : with a declaration for what manner of speciall nusance concerning private dwelling houses a man may have his remedy by assise or other action as the case requires : unfolded in the arguments and opinions of foure famous sages of the common law : together with the power and extent of customes in cities, townes, and corporations concerning the same : together with the determination of the law concerning the commodity and use of houses and their appurrenances.
Common Law England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The iudges resolutions, concerning statute lavv for parishes, and the power of iustices of peace, churchwardens, and constables; : and to know what they are to do concerning bastards borne in their parishes, reliefe of the poore, and providing for poore children, what remedy for the same. With a declaration for what manner of speciall nusance concerning private dwelling houses, a man may have his remedy by assise, or other action as the case requires. Unfolded in the arguments, and opinions of foure famous sages of the common law; together with the power and extent of customes in cities, townes, and corporations, concerning the same: together with the determination of the law, concerning the commodity and use of houses, and their appurtenances.
Common Law England History Early Works To 1800 : A summary of the Common-Law of England : As it stood in force, before it was altered by stature of Acts of Parliament. Extracted (for the most part) out of the French and English copies of Sir Henry Finch, Kt. his learned treatise of the law. And digested into certain tablets for the help and delight of such students as affect method. By E.W.; Finch, Henry,