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Sir Edward Coke explains one of the key sections of Magna Carta on English liberties (1642)

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In the statute of 4 Hen. And with this agreeth M. That the King hath fidem et fideles in partib' transmarinis. Otherwise it is in the King's case. Coke’s writings were so prolific that people came to believe that whatever Coke wrote must be the law, because Coke had written it. That this law of nature is part of the laws of England: 3. Artoldo Regi de Man veniendo ad nos in, Angl', ad loquend' nobise' et ad faciend' nobis quod facere debet; et ideo vobis mandamus quod ei Regi in veniendo ad nos iu Angl', vel ibi morando, vel inde redeundo nullum, faciat' ant fieri permittatis damnum, injur', molestiam, aut gravamen, vel etiam hominib' suis quos secure ducet et si aliquid eis forisfact' fuerit, id eis sine dilat faciat' emendari.

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Edward Coke (Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552

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The same law is of an Irishman that dwells in Ireland, and hath land in England. Vincennes National Bank, 113 U. If it be against a private man, it deserves a severe punishment. That he hath protection' in partib' transmarinis. To the Tower In 1621, King James was attempting to arrange a marriage between his son Charles, then 21, to the daughter of the King of Spain. Action sur le Case 36. That the law of nature was before any judicial or municipal law in the world:, 4.

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Calvin's Case

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Now let us see what the law saith in time of peace, concerning the King's protection and power of command, as well without the realm, as within, that his subjects in all places may be protected from violence, and that justice may equally be administered to all his subjects. Where the King hath several kingdoms by several titles and descents, there also are the ligeances several: but the King hath these two kingdoms by several titles and descents; therefore the ligeances are several. Vide Dyer d 20 Eliz. Coke declared this to be unlawful, arguing that the power of taxation rested only in Parliament. The like intercommoning is in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and other counties; and in Mich term, 18 Car. One ligeance is due by both to one sovereign; and in case of an alien there must of necessity be several Kings and several ligeances.

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The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; Or, A..

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¬Ē The judge goes on to quote Sir Edward Coke¬ís version of the law. And the Tribune answered, Ego multa summa civitatem hanc consequutus sum. They deliberately occupied two different wings of the Hall in summer and winter, to maximise use of the whole house. Bacon, nine years younger than Coke, was the son of an Elizabethan courtier, the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal. Which three arguments were drawn from these words of the plea, viz. If at times he claimed precedents went back farther and proved more than they actually did, he was almost always right about basic principles. To help secure an ally against Spain, he married the 15-year-old French Catholic princess Henriette Marie, and this cost him a bundle even though she came with a big dowry.

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What incidents belonged to an alien born. Coke served, in effect, as a reporter or journalist of past cases that had not been reported and published, and therefore were not available to be used as precedent. Wherein it is to be observed, that the Irishman as to subjection is compared to men born in Calais, Gascoin, and Guienne. These were guilds where young men went to acquire knowledge of common law for professional practice. And these are the causes wherefore by the policy of the law the King is made a body politic: so as for these special purposes the law make him a body politic, immortal and invisible, whereunto our liegance cannot appertain. Stone, 1882, 22 Ch D. They are governed by several judicial or municipal laws.


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Coke, Sir Edward (1552

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Nay, the law is more precise herein than in a number of other cases to of higher nature: for the King cannot grant to any other to make of strangers born, denizens; it is by the law itself so inseparably and individually annexed to his Royal person as the book is in 20 H. To which it was said, that there was no special law, that did maintain that writ which is out of the common course. But yet there is a diversity in our books worthy of observation; for the highest and lowest dignities are universal: for if a King of a foreign nation come into England, by the leave of the King of this realm as it ought to be in this case he shall sue and be sued by the name of a King; and herewith agreeth 11 E. Of the 300 houses on the estate, only around thirty had bathrooms, the Hall was still heated by open fires, and, as he later said, the Park Farm was possibly the only loss-making farm in the country. The jury of his peers acquitted him of all charges.

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Sir Edward Coke explains one of the key sections of Magna Carta on English liberties (1642)

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Nine days later, December 27, 1621, King James sent Coke to the Tower. The 4th union and conjunction is of the three lions of England, and that one of Scotland, united and quartered in one escutcheon. And though by that statute it was farther enacted, that it should be done with him as with an enemy, by which words any man, might have slain such a person as it is holden in 24 H. Secondly, no pleading was ever extra regnum, or extra legem, which are circumscribed to place, but extra ligeantiam, which as it hath been said is not local or tied to any place. Every stranger born must at his birth be either amicus or inimicus: but Calvin at his birth could neither be amicus nor inimicus; ei-go he is no stranger born. A man outlawed is out of the benefit of the municipal law; for so saith Fitz. So as now the laws of England became the proper laws of Ireland; and therefore, because they have Parliaments holden there whereat they have made divers particular laws concerning that dominion, as it appeareth in 20 H.


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Edward Coke

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As touching the kingdoms, how far forth by the act of law the union is already made, and wherein the kingdoms do yet remain separate and divided. Et ideo vobis et cuilibet vestrum injungimus et mandamus, quod ipsos G. Extraneus est subditus, qui extra terram, i, e. This place was a splendid manor with diamonded windows, formal Italian gardens and a thousand acres of woodland. The said law of Englesherie continued until 14 Ed. The rule of that case of Cobledike, did as Coke, Chief Justice, said over-rule this case of Calvin, in the very point now in question; for that the plea in this case doth not refer faith or ligeance to the King indefinitely and generally, but limiteth and restrainet faith and ligeance to the kingdom:Extra ligeantiam Regis regni sui Angliæ, out of the ligeance of the King of his kingdom of Englan; which afterwards the Lord Chancellor and the Chief Justice of the King's Bench, having copies of the said ancient report, affirmed in their arguments. Action sur le Case 36.

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An Independent Judiciary: Edward Coke

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For if they should be disabled to acquire and maintain these things, it were in effect to deny unto them trade and traffic, which is the life of every island. That an earl of another nation or kingdom is no earl to be so named in legal proceedings within this realm: and herewith agreeth the book of d 11 Ed. With the help of his second wife, Sarah, new vitality was breathed into the Hall by careful repair and refurbishment; open days were transformed by the removal of ropes and the addition of flowers in the state rooms; the Marble Hall hosted classical concerts and staff parties. Indeed, Thomas Jefferson wrote that at the time he studied law 1762-1767 , ¬Ď Coke Lyttleton was the universal elementary book of law students. And to conclude this point concerning laws, non adservatur diversitas regnor sed regnant', nonpatriarum, sed patrum patriar', non coronarum, sed coronatorum, non regum municipalium, sed regum majestatum.

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Edward Coke, 7th Earl of Leicester

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Now are we to speak of legal ligeance, which in our books viz. In the week of the marriage Coke was restored to his place on the Privy Council. The King approached Coke, and Coke¬ís response was not only to defend his answer in Fuller's Case, but to argue ¬ďagainst the King's acting as a judge of law. Bulwer of Dalling in Norfolk, brought an action on his case against George Smith, and declared that one Henry Heydon, Esq. The government rounded up as many able-bodied men as they could find around the port towns. These 13 volumes were based on careful notes on cases he had heard since he had been nominated to the bar.

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