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" ... shall not be granted, but only where the king may do it by his oath, that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune : * * * ****••*•* 12. "
A Compendious Digest of the Statute Law, Comprising the Substance and Effect ... - Page 450
by Thomas Walter Williams - 1787 - 669 pages
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Statutes at Large ...: (43 v.) ... From Magna charta to 1800

Great Britain - 1761 - 788 pages
...le DefpenJer, &c. 15 Ed. 2.. 5. — Repealed by 1 Ed. -$.. i. vol. i. Charters of pardon (hall not be granted but only where the King may do it by his oath, that is to fay, killing another in his own defence, &c. 2 Ed. 3. c. 2. 4 Ed. 3. c. 13. lo Ed. 3.7?. 1. 1. 2. 14 Ed.2-...
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A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown; Or, A System of the Principal Matters ...

William Hawkins - Pleas of the crown - 1787 - 898 pages
...'• That charters ij. " or" pardon of manflaughters fliall not be granted, but only '^3' *' 11 where the king may do it by his oath, that is to fay, where / ?) Rtgf. /0*". " a man flayeth another in his own defence, or by misfor- (4/spc ioi. 41 tune."...
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The Statutes at Large: From the Magna Charta, to the ..., Volume 24; Volume 1225

Great Britain - Law - 1769 - 688 pages
...Hugh le Defpenfer, &c. 15 Ed. -L.JL 5. — Repealed by 1 Ed. Z-- i- vil- iCharters of pardon (hail not be granted but only where the King may do it by his oath, that is to fay, killing another in his own defence, &c. 2 Ed. 3. c. 2. 4 Ed. 3. c. 13. IQ Ed. 2-- I. . 2- 14 .3-/?....
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A Digested Abridgment, and Comparative View, of the ..., Volume 2, Part 2

Joseph Gabbett - Law reports, digests, etc - 1812 - 590 pages
...man-slaughters, robberies, felonies, and other trespasses; and therefore enacts, that such charters shall not be granted but only where the king may do it by his oath : :•;';. where a man siayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune : which statute is low*-...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1816 - 776 pages
...c. 2. of Charters of Pardon; where it is ordained and enacted, ' That such Charters shall not be 1 granted, but only where the king may do it ' by his oath ;' that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune : This the law warranteth to...
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The Criminal Statutes of England: Analysed, and Arranged Alphabetically ...

John Collyer - Criminal law - 1828 - 708 pages
...be granted, other trespasses against the peace; it is ordained and enacted, that such charter shall not be granted but only where the king may do it by his oath, that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune. And also they have been, encouraged...
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A New Abridgment of the Law with Large Additions and Corrections, Volume 7

Matthew Bacon, Sir Henry Gwilliam, Charles Edward Dodd - Law - 1846 - 720 pages
...64.gf It is'enacted by 2 E. 3, c. 2, That charters of pardon of manslaughters shall not be granted but where the king may do it by his oath, that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune ; neither is there any precedent...
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The Institutions of the English Government: Being an Account of the ...

Homersham Cox - Constitutional law - 1863 - 860 pages
...c. 2, enacts that as to felonies and other trespasses against the peace, pardon shall be granted " only where the King may do it by his oath, that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune." The statute 13 Ric. II. s....
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The Statutes, Volume 1; Volume 1236

Great Britain - Law - 1870 - 952 pages
...felonies, and other trespasses against the peace ; it is ordained and enacted, that such charter shall not be granted, but only where the King may do it by his oath, that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune : JRep., Stat. Law Rev. Act,...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 28

Literature - 1876 - 1072 pages
...have been so easily granted in times past," and confines the pardoning power of the King to cases " where the King may do it by his oath — that is to say, where a man slayeth another in his own defence, or by misfortune." The pressure put upon the Crown...
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