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" Powys, the junior of the batch, a day or two after their creation, he said " that he had something to say to him, viz. That the rings which he and the rest of the serjeants had given weighed but eighteen shillings a piece ; whereas Fortescue, in his Book... "
The Judges of England: With Sketches of Their Lives, and Miscellaneous ... - Страница 34
1864
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The Law Journal: Consisting of Original Communications on Legal ..., Том 1

1804
...Justice* ought to weigh twenty shillings a-piece ; and that he spake not this expecting a recompense, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and...the young gentlemen there might take notice of it." Bui-net, in the- History of His Own Times, (p. 184,) says that Chie? Justice Keyling prepared the Act...

Westminster hall: or, Professional relics and anecdotes of the bar ..., Том 3

1825
...Chief Baron ought to weigh twenty shillings apiece ;' and that he spoke not this expectlog arecompence, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and...the young gentlemen there might take notice of it." The motto inscrihod on the rings of these seventeen learned Sergeants would not have disgraced the...

The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Том 14

Reuben Percy - 1826
...weigh twenty shillings each. He added, that he did not mention this from any expectation of recompencc, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and that the young gentlemen at the bar might take notice of it. A young student of law, was obliged by lot to inscribe his name...

The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Том 14

1826
...weigh twenty shillings each. He added, that be did not mention this from any expectation of recompense, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and that the young gentlemen at the bar might take notice of it. THE SWORD FOR THE GOWN. A young law student was obliged, by lot,...

Parthenon: A Magazine of Art and Literature

1826
...were under weight, and at the same time added, that " be (pake not this expecting a recompense, bnt that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and that the young gentlemen in court might take notice of it." Mod. Rep. I. 9. t As the allusion of the learned serjeant may not...

The Life of Sir Edward Coke, Lord Chief Justice of England in the ..., Том 1

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1837
...ought to have weighed twenty shillings a-piece ; and that he spoke thus, not expecting a recompense, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and...the young gentlemen there might take notice of it."* Judge Croke thus describes the ceremony of inducting Coke into his office of Chief Justice of the Court...

The life of sir Edward Coke, with memoirs of his contemporaries

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1837
...ought to have weighed twenty shillings a-piece ; and that he spoke thus, not expecting a recompense, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and...the young gentlemen there might take notice of it."* Judge Croke thus describes the ceremony of inducting Coke into his office of Chief Justice of the Court...

Notes & Queries, Том 5

William White - 1852
...twenty shillings apiece ; ' and that he spoke not this expecting a recompense, but that it might not he drawn into a precedent, and that the young gentlemen there might take notice of it." WH LAMMIN. Fulham. MR. Foss quotes what he considers the happiest of these mottoes. I think the following...

The History and Poetry of Finger-rings

Charles Edwards - 1855 - 239 страници
...rings given to the chief justices and to the chief baron ought to weigh twenty shillings apiece ;' and that he spoke not this expecting a recompence,...the young gentlemen there might take notice of it." 'We consider the matter about Serjeants' rings sufficiently curious and interesting to allow of our...

A Guide to the Inns of Court and Chancery: With Notices of Their Ancient ...

Robert Richard Pearce - 1855 - 440 страници
...Justices and Chief Baron ought to weigh 20s. a piece; and that he spake not this expecting a recompense, but that it might not be drawn into a precedent, and...the young gentlemen there might take notice of it." The bands which are worn by serjeants and counsel are of great antiquity. They were adopted from the...




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