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    9 February 1818, 9 February 1818

    wood Writer to the Signet, Joseph Stainton of " Biggarshiells, Andrew Wilson residing at Dean- " side, William Napier of Blackstone, James Bogle " of Craigbett, Merchant in Glasgow, John Cunning- " ham of Humbie, Advocate, Robert Cathcart of " Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    state that Qualification ?" < " I think it should not be less than Twenty Pounds a « " Year. Blackstone states that Forty Shillings a Year, < " in Henry Sixth's Reign, when it was limited to that < Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    Prceterea autem concede ut in propriis ipshis prcediis quisque tarn in agris tjuam in sylvis excitet agitetque feras; and in Blackstone, ii. p. 415, Sit quilibet homo dignus venatione sua in syicd et in agris situ propriis et in dominio Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1831, 10 February 1831

    is Respondent, may stand revived in l" APf " the Petitioner's Name, in the Place and Stead of James " Blackstone his late Father, One of the Appellants in " the said Cause ; and that the Petitioner may have Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1831, 25 February 1831

    had also considered the Petition of William " Seymour Blackstone of Castle Priory near Wallingford, " in the County of Berks, Esquire, eldest Son and Heir " at Law of James Blackstone deceased, late One of the " Appellants in Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    the Evils which they had occasioned did not arise out of their original Constitution, but coincided with the Opinion of Blackstone, that in Proportion as the wise Regulations that were established in the long and glorious Reign of Queen Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Poor. Are you not aware that Common Law does not depend upon any Statute I am fully aware of what Blackstone says with reference to the Common Law, that no Statute can be produced to show it, but it is Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Division of them. Selden, whom Blackstone quotes, says that that Fourfold Division was only in the Diocese of Borne. He says there was a Tripartite Division in France and Spain; and both he and Blackstone mention that a Tripartite Division Subscribers-only content

    Six report from the select committee on finance. Collection of the public revenue. Stamp office., 19 July 1797

    Tho« Burch - Tho* London - Alex' Emerson Samp" Moscnan S. Roycroft W. R. Duill - Priscilla Bromfield - Fra' Blackstone W. Allen G. Harris D° Tho' Kay W. Willet G. Tupper N. Busby P. Glossop T. Greenwood E. Kebble Subscribers-only content

    Six report from the select committee on finance. Collection of the public revenue. Stamp office., 19 July 1797

    Powell I E. Cross I 'I. Ma\field - CA.Bulgin Tho« Major - R' Harris I H. Claridge - J F. Blackstone J. Grigg G. Hams Gibbs Crawfurd R^ Turner W. Bennett }\V. R. Duill - TO. Cass |T. Howse |J. Subscribers-only content

    Six report from the select committee on finance. Collection of the public revenue. Stamp office., 19 July 1797

    D° General Accountant of the Du- ties 17S4 - NAME S. -} Tho' Major - Hirons Claridge Lionel Booth Fra' Blackstone Geo. Harris - Ab"» Bulgin - .Cha'Blachley. Geo. Reynolds W. Farthing - R"» Knubley - Ja' Walsh Jn° Cawston Subscribers-only content

    Six report from the select committee on finance. Collection of the public revenue. Stamp office., 19 July 1797

    Juliana Forrest - distributor for London Distributor for Middlesex Supervisor of Stampers Deputy Supervisor of D" Stampers (46) - Fra' Blackstone Sam' Bennett J. J. Reynal Tho' Lindiey To examine the Accounts of all such as have licensed Books for Subscribers-only content

    Six report from the select committee on finance. Collection of the public revenue. Stamp office., 19 July 1797

    Brooke Francis Scbmitt Thomas London Alex' Emerson Sampson Mosman Ja' Rich" Bell Stampers - Will Rob' Duill Juliana Forrest Francis Blackstone Samuel Bennett John James Regnal Thomas Lmdley ''Peter Glossop George Saunders John Nicholson Edward Royer - - Edwaid Barker Subscribers-only content

    Thirty-Sixth Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 27 June 1798

    { Not yet appointed J' R-» Bell - \1"R' Duill J Ja» White { R. White Juliana Forrest - Francis Blackstone Sam' Bennett J. J. Reynal Tho' Lindley "Geo. Sanders J. Nicholson E. Royer - E. Barker - T. Cope Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    public libraries.] PUBLIC RECORDS OF THE KINGDOM. 391 being a collection of Privy Seal Warrants, from the year 1634 to 1712'. Three volumes of Dockets and Letters which belonged to John Holies Duke of Newcastle, as Lord Privy Seal Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1701, 10 June 1701

    Service : That William Crofts was a Freeman; but it was ac¬ knowleged, that he was disfranchised : That JVilliam Blackstone is a reputed Burgess, and hath frequently voted : That Patricius Goodall is a Freeman by Purchase : That Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1785, 21 March 1785

    Not be¬ ing able to procure, readily, other Means of In¬ formation relative to this Duty, we applied to Sir Blackstone Conyers, Baronet, Collector of the Customs H* 48. at the Port of Newcastle ; who informed us, by Let¬ Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1792, 25 May 1792

    was considered as the permanent Peace Hist, of Rev. Establishment; and is the first Time that this Distinction was made. Blackstone, Vol. I. Pa. 287. Various Accounts of the Grants which had been made since the Restoration were called for, Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1794, 30 April 1794

    34 Geo. III. 30° Aprilis. 517 Jurisdiction, and to weaken all the Power by which ferior Courts do not make, each with regard to itself. Report on they may be limited and controlled. It is the Busi- It is Subscribers-only content

    23 December 1795, 23 December 1795

    36 Geo. III. 23° Decembris. 257 The Increase every Ten Years, since 1732, is as follows: Consumption in 1794 Increase, compared with Consumption in 1784 Years) - D° in 1774 (20 Years) - D° in 1764 (30 Years) - Subscribers-only content

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