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" ... assisted by the advice of the other members, it is not to be imagined that a decision could easily be obtained, contrary to his inclination or opinion. In his absence the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate in the state, and a... "
The Nature and Institution of Government: Containing an Account of the ... - 450. oldal
szerző: William Smith (M.D.) - 1771
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History of England, by Hume and Smollett; with a continuation by T ..., 1. kötet

David Hume - 1854
...opinion. In his absence, the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate in the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil affairs of the kingdom.30 The other chief officers of the crown, the constable, mareschal, seneschal, chamberlain,...

Atrocious Judges: Lives of Judges Infamous as Tools of Tyrants and ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1856 - 432 oldal
...f In the king's absence, the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate of the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil...kingdom. \ The other chief officers of the crown, the constable, marshal, seneschal, or steward, chamberlain, treasurer, and chancellor, were members, together...

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM The Invasion of Julius Caesar TO THE ABDICATION ...

DAVID HUME, ESQ. - 1856
...or opinion. In his absence the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate in the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil...kingdom.^ The other chief officers of the crown, the constable, mareschal, seneschal chamberlain, treasurer, and chancellor, || were members, together with...

ATROCIOUS JUDGES LIVES OF JUDGES INFAMOUS AS TOOLS OF TYRANT AND INSTRUMENTS ...

JOHN LORD CAMPBELL - 1856
...f In the king's absence, the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate of the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil affairs of the kingdom. J The other chief officers of the crown, the constable, marshal, seneschal, or- steward, chamberlain,...

The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume - 1859
...or opinion. In his absence the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate in the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil...kingdom. The other chief officers of the crown, the constable, mareschal, seneschal, chamberlain, treasurer, and chancellor,^ were members, together with...

The history of England ... to the revolution in 1688, 1. kötet

David Hume - 1864
...or opinion. In his absence the chief justiciary presided, who was the first magistrate in the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil...kingdom.* The other chief officers of the crown, the constable, mareschal, seneschal^ chamberlain, treasurer, and chancellor,1 were members, together with...

The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. Standard ed. by E.T ...

Gilbert White - 1875
...Winchester. In 1214 he became Lord Chief Justiciary of England, the first magistrate in the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil affairs in the kingdom. After the death of John, and during the minority of his son Henry, this prelate took...

The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, in the County of ..., 1. kötet

Gilbert White - 1877
...Winchester. In 1214 he became lord chief justiciary of England, the first magistrate in the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil affairs in the kingdom. After the death of John, and during the minority of his son Henry, this prelate took...

The Dublin University Magazine, 89. kötet

1877
...there was nevertheless the Justiciary, who was also the Viceroy and First Magistrate of the State, and on whom depended all the civil affairs of the kingdom. The other officers of the Crown, the constable, marshal, seneschal, treasurer, and chancellor, were members of...

The natural history of Selborne, and The naturalist's calendar

Gilbert White, George Christopher Davies - 1879 - 470 oldal
...217. chester. In 1214, he became lord chief justiciary of England, the first magistrate of the state, and a kind of viceroy, on whom depended all the civil affairs in the kingdom. After the death of John, and during the minority of his son Henry, this prelate took...




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