The Argvments Upon the Writ of Habeas Corpus, in the Court of Kings Bench; Wherein, Are Learnedly Discussed, Not Onely the Severall Branches of the Sa

The Argvments Upon the Writ of Habeas Corpus, in the Court of Kings Bench; Wherein, Are Learnedly Discussed, Not Onely the Severall Branches of the Sa

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1649 edition. Excerpt: ...c'cffltirHing, and that they had fudt a desire, Kis Majesty was very willing to grant unto them (as to ail hisSubjects) this common cih oftrftice, and though it'be a case which concerns himself ib a higfr degree, set he hath been so gtaciotfs and ft just as not CO IfetrctofevettteexaYHinatrdiTand determination fnereiof' to the' Lite's of thisKingdome.;, ' j ' '"My Lord, it fcs very ttue'thartnfs is a Very great Cause, and' 'fratri raised a eatexpecYatiofr, afoffor the manner of it more rfienwas netefery; but my Eosd, I am afraid' these gentlemen vvhxsiTiit concerns, faeverather a.dVrsed their Cottncelr, then their C'oHh'ceff them f burffrialSrake'fhe cafe as now I fintfe it, and as the gemfettieiis Cotmcefl on the other fide Mte fees me the way Arguments us on the Habeas corpus My Lord, the exceptions that have been taken by the Councell on the other side, to the Return made by the Warden of the Fleet, and the rest of the Guardians of sevcrall Prisons, have been two, for renewing of your Lordships memory we will read one of the Returns, they arc all alike. Then the Return was read for Sir John Heitnitigham by Master Keeling, Heath Atturnef. May it please your Lordship, against this Return the Councejl of the Gentlemen have taken some exceptions, and have divided their objections into two main points, The one the form.the other the matter; To the form they have objected four severall things. First, that the Return is not positive, but referred to the signification made by another, as the Lords of the CounceH. Secondly, that the Keepers of the Prisons have not returned the cause of the commitment, but the cause of the cause, which is not good. Thirdly, that the Return is impersect, for that it shews onely the cause of the detaining in...show more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123652795X
  • 9781236527950