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The Publications of the Selden Society


The Publications of the Selden Society

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General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1904 Original Publisher: Selden Society. Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: (8) THE APPEAL. The King's Suit. Fordwich, F. 46, end of cap. 15. -- Item clamant quod dominus rex 14th in nullo casu habebit sectam infra libertatem predictam. century. They claim that the lord king has suit in no case within the aforesaid liberty. Fordwich, cap. 84.1 -- Quia dominus rex non solet habere sectam 1sth infra dictam libertatem nisi solummodo in causa homicidii. century. For the lord king is not wont to have suit within the said liberty except only in a case of homicide. Fordwich, cap. 97. -- . . . Etomnesqui attachiati suntin hujusmodi 1sth malefactis [i. e. feloniis]2 infra dictam libertatem habebunt finale judi- centu1'y- cium utrum fuerint attachiati cum secta vel sine secta, utrum fuerint liberi vel extranei, et utrum fuerint attachiati pro malefacto extra libertatem vel infra. And all who are attached for suchlike misdeeds (i. e. felonies) within the said liberty shall have final judgment there, whether they be attached with or without suit, whether they be freemen or foreigners, and whether they be attached for the misdeed within the liberty or without. Persons who may not appeal. London. Add. MS. XXII. § 4.3 -- Nullus scelere comprehensus vel 1135 conntens potest appellare hominem de civitate si tamen boni testi- about)- monii sit, nee ei in aliquo respondeat, sed justicia, si voluerit, eum se septima manu sacramento constringere potest. No one who has been found, or has confessed himself, to be guilty can appeal a man of the city who is of good character, nor need [the accused] answer such [an accuser] in aught, but the justiciar, if...  
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