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" It is difficult to account for many of the prevailing vulgar errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are, that the body of a debtor may be taken in execution after his death ; which, however, was practised in Prussia before this present... "
Observations on the statutes: chiefly the more ancient, from the Magna ... - Страница 282
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The Scots Magazine, Том 46

1784
...have been from any kg al arrejl *. " It is difficult," fays the Honourable and very learned Judge, " to account for many of the prevailing vulgar errors...is fuppofed to be law. Such are, that the body of a dtbtor map bt take» in execution after his death ; which, however, was praftifed in Pruffia, before...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Том 54

1784
...been frum any LEGAL ARREST*. "It U •' difficult," lays the honourable and тегу learned Judge, "to account for " many of the prevailing vulgar errors...with regard to what is fuppofed to be " law. Such ate, THAT THE BODY " OF A DEBTOR MAY BE TAKEN " IN -EXECUTION AFTER HIS " »ЕЛТН ; which, however,...

A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Том 3

John Walker - 1811
...have been from any LEGAL ARREST*. " It is difficult," says the honourable and very learned judge, " to account for many of the prevailing Vulgar Errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are, THAT THE BODY OF A DEBTOR MAY BE TAKEN IN EXECUTION AFTER His DEATH;...

Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Том 9

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1824
...from the barbarity of their business, may Joseph Scaliger informs us, that a duke of Brunswick, in his be challenged as jurors. It is difficult to account...the prevailing vulgar errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are, that the body of a debtor may be taken in execution after his death ;...

The Retrospective Review, Том 9

1824
...from the barbarity of their business, may Joseph Scaliger informs us, that a duke of Brunswick, in his be challenged as jurors. It is difficult to account...the prevailing vulgar errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are, that the body of a debtor may be taken in execution after his death ;...

Westminster hall: or, Professional relics and anecdotes of the bar ..., Том 1

1825
...the foundation of the vulgar error, that a eargeon or butcher, from the barbarity of their business, may be challenged as jurors. It is difficult to account...the prevailing vulgar errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are, that the body of a debtor may be taken in execution after his death ;...

The Retrospective Review

1824
...from the barbarity of their business, may Joseph Scaliger informs us, that a duke of Brunswick, in his be challenged as jurors. It is difficult to account...the prevailing vulgar errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are, that the body of a debtor may be taken in execution after his death ;...

Westminster Hall: Or, Professional Relics and Anecdotes of the Bar ..., Том 1

1825
...foundation of the vulgar error, that a sur- I geon or butcher, from the barbarity of their business, may he challenged as jurors. It is difficult to account for...the prevailing vulgar errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such arc, that the body of a debtor may be taken in execution after his death;...

Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand - 1842
...butcher (from the barbarity of their business) may be challenged as jurors. It is difficult, he adds, to account for many of the prevailing vulgar Errors with regard to what is supposed to be law. Such are that the body of a debtor may be tahen in execut,on after his death :...

Observations on Popular Antiquities: Chiefly Illustrating the Origin ..., Том 3

John Brand - 1842
...hutcher (from the harharity of their husiness) may he challenged as jurors. It is difficult, he adds, to account for many of the prevailing vulgar Errors with regard to what is supposed to he law. Such are that the hody of a dehtor may he taken in execution after his death: which,...




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