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" ... openly and humbly kneeling, being ungirt, uncovered, and holding up his hands both together between those of the lord, who... "
Annual Register - Page 282
redigeeritud poolt - 1768
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, 1. köide

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - 1867
...lord, which was the parent of our oath of allegiance, the vassal or tenant upon investiture did usually homage to his lord ; openly and humbly kneeling, being...ungirt, uncovered, *and holding up his hands both to- [ *54 ] gether between those of the lord, who sate before him ; and there professing, that " he...
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Commentaries on the Law of Infancy: Including Guardianship and ..., 1. osa

Ransom Hebbard Tyler - 1868 - 970 lehte
...the submission by the tenant on being invested with the fee. The ceremony was performed by the tenant openly and humbly kneeling, being ungirt, uncovered, and holding up his hands -both together between those of the lord, who sat before him, and then professed that "he did become his* man, from that day...
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The Cabinet Lawyer: A Popular Digest of the Laws of England, Civil, Criminal ...

John Wade - 1871 - 879 lehte
...the lord, which was the origin of our oath of allegiance, the vasfal or tenant, on investiture, did homage to his lord, openly and humbly kneeling, being...uncovered, and holding up his hands both together between those of his lord, who sat before him, and there declaring that, He did become ftis MAN, from that...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, 1. köide

William Blackstone - 1872
...by the internal testimony of their own private knowledge. Besides an oath of fealty, or profession of faith to the lord, which was the parent of our oath of allegiance, the vassal or tenant upon investiture did usually homage to his lord; openly and humbly kneeling, being...
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The Cabinet Lawyer: A Popular Digest of the Laws of England, Civil, Criminal ...

John Wade - 1874 - 870 lehte
...lord, which was the origin of our oath of allegiance, the vassal or tenant, nc investiture, did linmuge to his lord, openly and humbly kneeling, being ungirt, uncovered, and holding up his hands both togethir between those of his lord, who sat before him, and there declaring that He did become lia...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, 1. köide

Herbert Broom, Edward Alfred Hadley - 1875
...investi- 149-i Oath »f fealty ture did usually homage to his lord ; openly and humbly *• * and homage, kneeling, being ungirt, uncovered, and holding up his hands both together between those of the lord, who sate before him ; and there professing, that "he did become his man, from that...
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The Student's Blackstone: Being the Commentaries on the Laws of England of ...

Sir William Blackstone - 1877 - 608 lehte
...fealty, which was the parent of our oath of allegiance, the tenant upon investiture usually did honuujfto his lord ; openly and humbly kneeling, being ungirt,...uncovered, and holding up his hands both together between those of the lord, who sat before him ; and there professing, that " he did " become his man, from...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England Applicable to Real Property

William Blackstone, Alexander Leith, James Frederick Smith - 1880 - 604 lehte
...but also by the internal testimony of their own knowledge. Besides an oath of fealty, or profession of faith to the lord, which was the parent of our oath of allegiance, the vassal or tenant upon investiture did usually homage to his lord ; openly and humbly kneeling, being...
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The Student's Blackstone: Being the Commentaries on the Laws of England of ...

William Blackstone - 1885 - 596 lehte
...of fealty, which was the parent of the oath of allegiance, the tenant upon investiture usually did homage to his lord ; openly and humbly kneeling, being ungirt, uncovered, and holding up bis hands both together between those of the lord, who sat before him; and there professing, that "he...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England ...

Sir William Blackstone - 1890
...by the internal testimony of their own private knowlege.* Besides an oath of fealty, or profession of faith to the lord, which was the parent of our oath of allegiance, the vasal or tenant upon investiture did usually homage to his lord [see note 17, page 108]; openly and...
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