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" Barony by tenure being discoursed, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages, and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence of right of succession thereupon. "
The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry ... - Page 49
by Thomas Robson (engraver.) - 1830
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A Digest of the Laws, of England Respecting Real Property, Volume 3

William Cruise - 1804 - 596 pages
...being difcourfed ; it " was found to have been difcontinued for many " ages, and not in being, and fo not fit to be revived, " or to admit any pretence of right of fucceffion there*' upon : and, the pretence of a barony by tenure ^ " being declared, for weighty reafons,...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

1811 - 596 pages
...of Fitzwalter, when they found ' barony by tenure to have been discontinued for many agea> and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence or right of succession thereupon.' Mr. Cruise's remark on the dictum of Madox, indeed, seems to be...
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A Treatise on the Origin and Nature of Dignities, Or Titles of Honor ...

William Cruise - 1823 - 356 pages
...of a barony by tenure being discussed, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages, and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence or right of succession thereupon. And the pretence of a barony by tenure being declared, for weighty...
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Report of Proceedings on the Claim to the Barony of L'Isle ...: With Notes ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1829 - 500 pages
...discussion of the nature of a barony by tennre, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit of any pretence of right to succession thereon, must have considered, that neither the case of Arundel,...
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Report of Proceedings on the Claim to the Barony of L'Isle, in the House of ...

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Sir John Shelley Sidney, Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - 1829 - 476 pages
...discussion of the nature of a barony by tennre, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit of any pretence of right to succession thereon, must have considered, that neither the case of Arundel,...
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A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and ...

John Burke - 1831 - 656 pages
...of a barony by tenure being discussed, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages, and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence of right of succession thereto ; and the other pointe urged by Mr. Cheekef being over-ruled, it was ordered by his majesty...
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The Origin and History of the Constitution of England: And of the Early ...

Sir William Betham - 1834 - 434 pages
...by tenure, yet that " baronies by tenure had been discontinued for many " years, and were then not in being, and so not fit to be " revived, or to admit any pretence of right of succes" sion thereupon; and that the pretence. of a barony by " tenure was, therefore, not to be insisted...
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The Book of the Court; Exhibiting the Origin, Peculiar Duties, and ...

William John Thoms - 1838 - 506 pages
...a Barony by tenure being discoursed, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages, and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence of right of succession thereto. Whereupon it was ordered by his Majesty, with the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the two Chief...
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The peerage of the British empire as at present existing. To which is added ...

Lodge Edmund - 1844 - 748 pages
...a Barony by tenure being discoursed, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages, and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence of right of succession thereupon. And it was ordered by his Majesty in Council, " that the Petitioner is admitted humbly to...
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Encyclopędia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of ..., Volume 15

Encyclopaedia - 1845 - 850 pages
...of a Barony by tenure being discussed, it was found to have been discontinued for many ages, and not in being, and so not fit to be revived, or to admit any pretence or right of succession thereupon. And the pretence of a Barony by tenure being declared for weighty...
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