3 edition of Sir Matthew Hale"s Sum of religion. found in the catalog.
Sir Matthew Hale"s Sum of religion.
Sir Matthew Hale
|Other titles||Sum of religion.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 40236.|
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|Number of Pages||16|
inside of the front cover is a note by Sir Matthew Hales recording his purchase of the book: ' 4 Ap. bought of Mr. Washington pro 30s.' 2 The date agrees with the tradition that the Red Book disappeared from Durham between and 1 'Summa libri continentis chartas regum et . the author or coauthor of several books and a former coeditor of the journal of modern history sir matthew hale lawyer and jurist retired as lord chief justice of england charles m gray is matthew sir the history of the common law of england by matthew hale and the same.
Hale, Sir Mathew (–), judge and writer, was born on 1 November at Alderley, Gloucestershire, only child of Robert Hale (?–), barrister, and Joan Poyntz (–) of normally signed himself as Mathew Hale; contemporaries in general referred to him as Hales. Hale was inclined to play down his social origins, but he inherited an income of at least £ Sir Matthew Hale ( – ) attended Lincoln’s Inn to study the law in the footsteps of his father, who had died when Hale was a very young age. While studying at Lincoln’s Inn, Hale became very close with the attorney general, William Noy (d. ). Noy is believed to have helped shape Hale’s love for medieval transcripts. This would later lead to Hale’s work on a large amount of.
Sir Matthew Hale was a 17 th-century English jurist and lawyer who was notable for his treatises on English royalty and law as well as writings on witchcraft and witch trials. While most of Hale’s works were published after his lifetime, ‘Contemplations Moral and Divine’ was published the same year as his death. HALE, Sir MATTHEW (–), judge, only son of Robert Hale, by Joan, daughter of Matthew Poyntz, was born at Alderley, Gloucestershire, on 1 Nov. His father, a barrister of Lincoln's Inn, who abandoned the practice of the law because he had scruples about the manner in which pleadings were drawn, died when Hale was under five years.
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His constitutional ideas are of interest both to lawyers and to historians of political thought; but he also wrote extensively on scientific and religious questions, in.
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Sir Matthew Hale () was the best-known judge of the Commonwealth under Oliver Cromwell, but he nonetheless rose to be Lord Chief Justice under King Charles II. This book surveys all aspects of Hale's work, and supplies fresh perspectives on revolutionary developments in.
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Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 02/13/Price: $ Matthew F. Hale. Matthew F. "Matt" Hale is an American white supremacist, Neo-Nazi leader and convicted felon. Hale was the founder of East Peoria, Illinois, a white separatist group known as the world Church of the Creator, and he declared himself to be the great Pontiff in the continuation of the Church organization, the Creator founded by Ben Klassen in Try the new Google Books.
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Sir Matthew Hale () was the greatest common lawyer of his age, and the most universally admired. Although he held office under Oliver Cromwell, this barely affected his standing in Restoration times.
A study of Hale's life and thought necessarily illuminates the central role of the common law in Stuart politics. This book explains Hale's political ideas, and his subtle understanding. Roger North depreciates the substance of the book, but commends its style; while Bishop Burnet and Dr.
Birch greatly praise its learning and force of reasoning. Sir Matthew Hale was twice married. By his first wife, who was a daughter of Sir Henry Moore, of Fawley.
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SIR MATTHEW HALE. "The Whole Article" Sir Matthew Hale, an English lawyer of eminence during the reigns of Charles I, Cromwell and Charles II, was born in Alderley, Gloucestershire, on the 1st Novermber, This pleasant little village lies about two and a half miles south from Wotton-under-Edge, 11 westward from Tetbury, and 22 southward from Gloucester.The Judgment of the late Lord Chief Justice Sir Matthew Hale of the Nature of True Religion, the causes of its corruption & the churches calamity, by mens additions and violences: with the desired cure, in three discourses(ed.
R. Baxter), [bk].Sir JAMES HALES - Justice of the Common Pleas In the reign of Henry VIII ( - ) the family of HALES made its first appearance among the Judges of England. James Hales the eldest son of John Hales and Isabel Harry of the Dungeon near Canterbury was a member of Gray's Inn, where he was an ancient inautumn reader indouble Lent.