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" It seems to be apparent from Glanville that villainage was a generic term for servitude in the reign of Henry II., so that the villain of the Great Charter must have been at least a species of serf. The provision which directs that the supreme civil court... "
A history of England in the lives of Englishmen - Página 216
por George Godfrey Cunningham - 1853
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Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volumen8

Francis Lieber - 1831
...saving his contenenient, a merchant saving his merchandise, and- the villain saving his wagonage." The provision which directs that the supreme civil...stationary, instead of following the king's person, is an important safeguard of the regularity, accessibility, independence and dignity of public justice....
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volumen8

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1831
...saving his conteneinciii, a merchant saving his merchandise, and the villain saving his wagonage." The provision which directs that the supreme civil...stationary, instead of following the king's person, is an important safeguard of the regularity, accessibility, independence and dignity of public justice....
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popular dictionary

francis lieber - 1831
...ofience, saving his contenement, a merchant saving his merchandise, and the villain saving his wagonage." The provision which directs that the supreme civil...stationary, instead of following the king's person, is an important safeguard of the regularity, accessibility, independence and dignity of public justice....
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The history of England...By the Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh

Sir James Mackintosh - 1836
...subjoin, " and the villain saving his wagonage." It seems to be apparent from Glanville,} that villanage was a generic term for servitude in the reign of Henry...justice, of which the general predominance peculiarly characterizes that venerable monument of English liberty. The liberty of coming to England and going...
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The Popular Encyclopedia: Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ...

Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford, Thomas Thomson, Allan Cunningham - 1841
...offence, saving his contcnement, a merchant saving his mercliandise, and the villain saving his wagonage." The provision which directs that the supreme civil...stationary, instead of following the king's person, is an important safeguard of the regularity, accessibility, independence, and dignity of public justice....
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A Survey of London

John Stow - 1842 - 222 páginas
...Taylor's Book of Jiighlt, p. 20. On which Sir James Mackintosh, Hittory of England, ip 220, remarks: "The provision which directs that the supreme civil...person, is a proof of that regard to the regularity, access! bility, independence, and dignity of public justice, of which the general predominance peculiarly...
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A Survey of London

John Stow - 1842 - 222 páginas
...20. On which Sir James Mackintosh, Hittory of England, ip 220, remarks: " The provision which direets that the supreme civil court shall be stationary,...person, is a proof of that regard to the regularity, aecessibility, independence, and dignity of public justice, of which the general predominance peculiarly...
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A Survey of London

John Stow - 1842 - 222 páginas
...History of Knglaad, ip 220 remarks : " The provision whieh direets that the supreme elvil eourt shall he stationary, instead of following the king's person, is a proof of that regard to the regularity, aeeessi hility, independenee, and dignity of puhlie justiee, of whieh the general predominanee peeuliarly...
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The history of England: from the earliest times to the final ..., Volumen1

Sir James Mackintosh, Robert James Mackintosh - 1853
...an'Jexclusive'spirit who subjoin, " and the villain, saving his waggonage." It seems to be apparent from Glanville that villainage was a generic term for servitude in the reign of Henry the Second, so that the villain of the Great Charter must have been at least a species of serf. The...
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FREE GOVERNMENT IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA:

S.M. JOHNSON. - 1864
...spirit who subjoin ' and the villain saving his wagon age.' It seems to be apparent from Glanville that villainage was a generic term for servitude in...justice, of which the general predominance peculiarly characterizes that venerable monument of English liberty. The liberty of coming to England and going...
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