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" Cranmer,1 where the jury pronounced the party in their verdict, " so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs... "
New Reports of Cases Heard in the House of Lords: On Appeals and Writs of Error - Страница 16
по Richard Bligh - 1831
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A Digest of the Laws of England, Том 6

Sir John Comyns, Anthony Hammond - 1822
...general management of his affairs, was quashed. Return to a commission of lunacy, that the party is so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs, quashed : and a new commission issued : a " melius inquirendum" not issuing in lunacy. Ex parte Cranmer,...

A Digest of the Laws of England, Том 8

Sir John Comyns, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Day - 1826
...incapacity to manage his affairs, will not alone support a commission. [#]5 An inquest, that the party is so far debilitated in his mind, as to be incapable of the general management of las affairs, was quashed. 6. Verdict of unsound mind, is equivalent to idiotcy or lunacy. 7. The inquest...

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery ..., Том 18

Francis Vesey - 1827
...Commission of found by the Jury, was, that Henry Cranmer is so far Lunacy, that debilitated the p"* i§ so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs, quashed; and a new Commission issued : a " JU. elius Inquirendum " not issuing in lunacy. The Commission...

A Practical Treatise on the Law Concerning Lunatics, Idiots, and Persons of ...

Leonard Shelford - 1833 - 866 страници
...government of himself, his lands, and tenements : and therefore, where the return was, " that the party was so far debilitated in his mind, as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs ; and had been in the same state of mind for six months lust past," the inquisition was quashed, and...

Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in ..., Том 1

Thomas Isaac Wharton - 1836
...The finding of the jury is somewhat similar to that in Cranmer's case, 12 Fes. 445, where they found that " he was so far debilitated in his mind, as to...incapable of the general management of his affairs ;" and Lord Chancellor Erskine said, in observing upon it, " how can I tell what is so far debilitated...

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court: And in ..., Том 4

Esek Cowen - 1836
...Ex parte Cranmer, (12 Ves. 445,) an inquisition was returned, that the person alleged to be lunatic, was " so far debilitated in his mind, as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs, &c." And in commenting upon this return, the Ld. Chancellor adverted to the delicacy of the question...

A TREATISE ON THE MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE OF INSANITY

I. RAY, M.D. - 1838
...strictly professional. In ex parte Cranmer, 1 where the jury pronounced the party in their verdict, " so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs," Lord Chancellor Erskine gives some reasons for finding fault with the terms of the verdict, and directing...

Irish Equity Reports, Том 9

1847
...Cranmer (6). There a return was made to an inquisition, that the gentleman as to whom it was issued was so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs. That was quashed, and a new commission issued, under which it was (a) 8 Yes. 66. (*) 13 Ves. 4A5. 1846....

The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1847
...Under a commission to inquire whether Henry Cranmer, Esq., was a lunatic? the jury found "that he is so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs," the fact being that his faculties were in a state of great decay from old age. —Lord Chancellor....

THE LIVES OF THE LORD CHANCELLORS AND KEEPERS OF THE GREAT SEAL OF ENGLAND ...

JOHN LORD CAMPBELL - 1851
....Under a commission to inquire whether Henry Cranmer, Esq., was a lunatic ? the jury found " that he is so far debilitated in his mind as to be incapable of the general management of his affairs," the fact being that his faculties were in a state of great decay from old age : — Lord Chancellor...




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