Lakeland Walks and Legends

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In 1346 Edward's army won a brilliant victory at Crecy with a new English weapon, the longbow. Corodies are a right of sustenance, or to receive certain allotments of victual and provision for one’s maintenance. (n) In lieu of which (especially when due from ecclesiastical persons) a pension or sum of money is sometimes substituted. (o) And these may be reckoned another species of incorporeal hereditaments; though not chargeable on, or issuing from, any corporeal inheritance, but only charged on the person of the owner in respect of such his inheritance.

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In 1346 Edward's army won a brilliant victory at Crecy with a new English weapon, the longbow. Corodies are a right of sustenance, or to receive certain allotments of victual and provision for one’s maintenance. (n) In lieu of which (especially when due from ecclesiastical persons) a pension or sum of money is sometimes substituted. (o) And these may be reckoned another species of incorporeal hereditaments; though not chargeable on, or issuing from, any corporeal inheritance, but only charged on the person of the owner in respect of such his inheritance.

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Ordnance Survey East Kent Street Atlas (Ordnance Survey/

Mary Blewitt

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In person; when the king comes to the house of peers, in his crown and royal robes, and, sending for the commons to the bar, the titles of all the bills that have passed both houses are read; and the king’s answer is declared by the clerk of the parliament in Norman-French: 60 a badge, it must be owned, (now the only one remaining,) of conquest; and which one could wish to see fall into total oblivion, unless it be reserved as a solemn memento to remind us that our liberties are mortal, having once been destroyed by a foreign force.

Mary Blewitt

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In person; when the king comes to the house of peers, in his crown and royal robes, and, sending for the commons to the bar, the titles of all the bills that have passed both houses are read; and the king’s answer is declared by the clerk of the parliament in Norman-French: 60 a badge, it must be owned, (now the only one remaining,) of conquest; and which one could wish to see fall into total oblivion, unless it be reserved as a solemn memento to remind us that our liberties are mortal, having once been destroyed by a foreign force.

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Outdoor Britain: North of England

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If you can get by without medication, it is safest to leave it at home if you are travelling to or through UAE. William the Conqueror travelled with a very large household, and if they extended their stay it could nearly bankrupt the lord hosting them. This resulted in a rapid spread of many small towns as population pressures arose. But whatever their meaning was, the Norman interpreters, skilled in all the niceties of the feodal constitutions, and well understanding the import and extent of the feodal terms, gave a very different construction to this proceeding: and thereupon took a handle to introduce not only the rigorous doctrines which prevailed in the duchy of Normandy, but also such fruits and dependencies, such hardships and services, as were never known to other nations; (a) as if the English had, in fact as well as theory, owed every thing they had to the bounty of their sovereign lord.

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If you can get by without medication, it is safest to leave it at home if you are travelling to or through UAE. William the Conqueror travelled with a very large household, and if they extended their stay it could nearly bankrupt the lord hosting them. This resulted in a rapid spread of many small towns as population pressures arose. But whatever their meaning was, the Norman interpreters, skilled in all the niceties of the feodal constitutions, and well understanding the import and extent of the feodal terms, gave a very different construction to this proceeding: and thereupon took a handle to introduce not only the rigorous doctrines which prevailed in the duchy of Normandy, but also such fruits and dependencies, such hardships and services, as were never known to other nations; (a) as if the English had, in fact as well as theory, owed every thing they had to the bounty of their sovereign lord.

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Tom Lawton's Short Walks in the Lake District

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With headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia, the. IT seems as if the Englishmen do not believe that the natives, since they feel are so barbaric, are able to do things that would be helpful to others. "The Queen of Appamatuck was appointed to bring him water to wash his hands, and another brought him a bunch of feathers, instead of a towel to dry them" (39). Legitimate; being those who are born in lawful wedlock, or within a competent time after. The best opinions, comments and analysis from The Telegraph.

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With headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia, the. IT seems as if the Englishmen do not believe that the natives, since they feel are so barbaric, are able to do things that would be helpful to others. "The Queen of Appamatuck was appointed to bring him water to wash his hands, and another brought him a bunch of feathers, instead of a towel to dry them" (39). Legitimate; being those who are born in lawful wedlock, or within a competent time after. The best opinions, comments and analysis from The Telegraph.

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Northumberland Then and Now

Nancy Ridley

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National resources and expertise will help groups of practices plan their own Time for Care programme. But incredibly, the rumors were so strong, Richard was forced to publically deny it: We arrived at the delightfully named St Bees in Cumbria on the North West coast of England, and we found a load of things – a saint with all the delightful myths you’d expect, a Norman Priory and a mystery. A conditional fee, at the common law, was a fee restrained to some particular Edition: current; Page: [110] heirs, exclusive of others: “donatio stricta et coarctata; (d) sicut certis hæredibus quibusdam a successione exclusis;” as to the heirs of a man’s body, by which only his lineal descendants were admitted, in exclusion of collateral heirs; or to the heirs-male of his body, in exclusion both of collaterals, and lineal females also. 10 It was called a conditional fee, by reason of the condition expressed or implied in the donation of it, that if the donee died without such particular heirs, the land should revert to the donor.

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National resources and expertise will help groups of practices plan their own Time for Care programme. But incredibly, the rumors were so strong, Richard was forced to publically deny it: We arrived at the delightfully named St Bees in Cumbria on the North West coast of England, and we found a load of things – a saint with all the delightful myths you’d expect, a Norman Priory and a mystery. A conditional fee, at the common law, was a fee restrained to some particular Edition: current; Page: [110] heirs, exclusive of others: “donatio stricta et coarctata; (d) sicut certis hæredibus quibusdam a successione exclusis;” as to the heirs of a man’s body, by which only his lineal descendants were admitted, in exclusion of collateral heirs; or to the heirs-male of his body, in exclusion both of collaterals, and lineal females also. 10 It was called a conditional fee, by reason of the condition expressed or implied in the donation of it, that if the donee died without such particular heirs, the land should revert to the donor.

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Major Fraser's manuscript: His adventures in Scotland and

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As, where land is given to A. for life, and in case B. survives him, Edition: current; Page: [170] then with remainder to B. in fee: here B. is a certain person, but the remainder to him is a contingent remainder, depending upon a dubious event, the uncertainty of his surviving A. I. st. 2, c. 38, (in order, professedly, to prevent the great and continued expenses of frequent elections, and the violent heats and animosities consequent thereupon, and for the peace and security of the government, then just recovering from the late rebellion,) this term was prolonged to seven years: and, what alone is an instance of the vast authority of parliament, the very same house, that was chosen for three years, enacted its own continuance for seven. 66 So that, as our constitution now stands, the parliament must expire, or die a natural death, at the end of every seventh year, if not sooner dissolved by the royal prerogative.

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As, where land is given to A. for life, and in case B. survives him, Edition: current; Page: [170] then with remainder to B. in fee: here B. is a certain person, but the remainder to him is a contingent remainder, depending upon a dubious event, the uncertainty of his surviving A. I. st. 2, c. 38, (in order, professedly, to prevent the great and continued expenses of frequent elections, and the violent heats and animosities consequent thereupon, and for the peace and security of the government, then just recovering from the late rebellion,) this term was prolonged to seven years: and, what alone is an instance of the vast authority of parliament, the very same house, that was chosen for three years, enacted its own continuance for seven. 66 So that, as our constitution now stands, the parliament must expire, or die a natural death, at the end of every seventh year, if not sooner dissolved by the royal prerogative.

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Northern Scene

Mike Parker

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It is true, there existed postmasters in much earlier times: but I apprehend their business was confined to the furnishing of post-horses to persons who were desirous to travel expeditiously, and to the despatching of extraordinary pacquets upon special occasions. At his death the royal fleet numbered 71 vessels, some of which were fitted out with cannon. Having thus shown the original of estates-tail, I now proceed to consider what things may, or may not, be entailed *[*113under the statute de donis.

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It is true, there existed postmasters in much earlier times: but I apprehend their business was confined to the furnishing of post-horses to persons who were desirous to travel expeditiously, and to the despatching of extraordinary pacquets upon special occasions. At his death the royal fleet numbered 71 vessels, some of which were fitted out with cannon. Having thus shown the original of estates-tail, I now proceed to consider what things may, or may not, be entailed *[*113under the statute de donis.

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William Cobbett's Rural Rides Revisited: A Photographic

Laurence Vulliamy

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And thus Littleton (z) must be understood, when he tells us, that tenant by homage, fealty, and escuage was tenant by knight-service; that is, that this tenure (being subservient to the military policy of the nation) was respected (a) as a tenure in chivalry. (b) But as the actual service was uncertain, and depended upon emergencies, so it was necessary that this pecuniary compensation should be equally uncertain, and depend on the assessments of the legislature suited to those emergencies.

Laurence Vulliamy

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And thus Littleton (z) must be understood, when he tells us, that tenant by homage, fealty, and escuage was tenant by knight-service; that is, that this tenure (being subservient to the military policy of the nation) was respected (a) as a tenure in chivalry. (b) But as the actual service was uncertain, and depended upon emergencies, so it was necessary that this pecuniary compensation should be equally uncertain, and depend on the assessments of the legislature suited to those emergencies.

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London: By Tube (Going Underground)

Matthew Tanner

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But doubts having arisen whether they could, by mere implication, be adjudged a sufficient bar, (which they were expressly declared not to be by the statute de donis,) the statute 32 Hen. The clerical part of the nation, thus defined, are, I. The Bank of England will announce its latest decision regarding interest rates on 11 May – after the general election. Persons are either natural, that is, such as they are formed by nature; or artificial, that is, created by human policy, as bodies politic or corporations.............................. 123 5.

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But doubts having arisen whether they could, by mere implication, be adjudged a sufficient bar, (which they were expressly declared not to be by the statute de donis,) the statute 32 Hen. The clerical part of the nation, thus defined, are, I. The Bank of England will announce its latest decision regarding interest rates on 11 May – after the general election. Persons are either natural, that is, such as they are formed by nature; or artificial, that is, created by human policy, as bodies politic or corporations.............................. 123 5.

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Midwinter - Certain Travellers in Old England by John Buchan

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She was the first female physician in New England. The children of first-generation believers were admitted to limited membership in the Congregational church, on the grounds that as children of the elect, they would undoubtedly experience conversion and become full members of the church. However, a copy thereof is usually printed at the king’s press, for the information of the whole land. This appears, on the one hand, from the spleen with which the monastic writers (e) speak of our municipal laws upon all occasions; and, on the other, from the firm temper which the nobility shewed at the famous parliament of Merton, when the prelates endeavoured to procure an act to declare all bastards legitimate in case the parents intermarried at any time afterwards; alleging this only reason, because holy church (that is, the canon law) declared such children legitimate; but “all the earls and barons (says the parliament roll) (f) with one voice an swered, that they would not change the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and approved.” And we find the same jealousy prevailing above a century afterwards, (g) when the nobility declared, with a kind of prophetic spirit, “that the realm of England hath never been unto this hour, neither by the consent of our lord the king, and the lords of parliament, shall it ever be **20]ruled or governed by the civil law.” (h) And of this temper between the clergy and laity many more instances might be given.

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She was the first female physician in New England. The children of first-generation believers were admitted to limited membership in the Congregational church, on the grounds that as children of the elect, they would undoubtedly experience conversion and become full members of the church. However, a copy thereof is usually printed at the king’s press, for the information of the whole land. This appears, on the one hand, from the spleen with which the monastic writers (e) speak of our municipal laws upon all occasions; and, on the other, from the firm temper which the nobility shewed at the famous parliament of Merton, when the prelates endeavoured to procure an act to declare all bastards legitimate in case the parents intermarried at any time afterwards; alleging this only reason, because holy church (that is, the canon law) declared such children legitimate; but “all the earls and barons (says the parliament roll) (f) with one voice an swered, that they would not change the laws of England, which had hitherto been used and approved.” And we find the same jealousy prevailing above a century afterwards, (g) when the nobility declared, with a kind of prophetic spirit, “that the realm of England hath never been unto this hour, neither by the consent of our lord the king, and the lords of parliament, shall it ever be **20]ruled or governed by the civil law.” (h) And of this temper between the clergy and laity many more instances might be given.

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